Keyword: Linux Foundation
Open source community Acumos AI on Wednesday announced the availability of its first software release, Athena.
Driven in part by the use of containers, AI and ML, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of the Ceph Foundation for open-source storage.
Satellite provider SES Networks is currently evaluating its own SD-WAN service ahead of launching it next year.
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Startup vendor Kaloom announced today the general availability of its Software Defined Fabric product family that was designed to automate data centers.
Video services will be the top driver for edge services while telcos are well positioned to deliver the goods at the edge, according to research by IHS Markit.
Startup B.Yond is blending artificial intelligence and automation to provide carriers with real-time snapshots of their network assets.
The Linux Foundation announced a deeper collaboration between telecom and cloud industry leaders that should lead to better cloud-native use cases.
In order to speed up the rollout of 5G applications and services, Deutsche Telekom and Aricent have teamed up to build an edge compute platform.
Juniper Networks is using a playbook similar to that of its rival Cisco as it works toward becoming more of a software-centric company.