News of Note—Telefonica's project, Innovium's funding, IBM's blockchain and more

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> Telefonica launched a new open source project, called OnLife Networks, that deals with multiaccess edge computing, among other topics. SDX article

> Startup Innovium raised $77 million for its chips for data centers. Electronic Design article

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> IBM said its working to use blockchain "to trace the provenance of finished pieces of jewelry across the supply chain for increased transparency." Release

> Most analysts aren’t giving very good odds to a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. FierceWireless article

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