News of Note—Ericsson, KPN kick tires on self-driving cars; Fortinet cashes in on SD-WAN

august 8 2017
Ericsson has partnered with Netherlands service provider KPN to explore the use of 5G for self-driving cars. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> As part of Europe's Concorda project, Ericsson has partnered with Netherlands service provider KPN to explore the use of 5G for self-driving cars. Release

> After working in tandem with SD-WAN vendors to by providing its security, Fortinet cashed in on its own SD-WAN offering in the second quarter. SDxCentral article

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> Two new names have surfaced in Intel's ongoing effort to find a new CEO. The Information article

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