News of Note—Huawei, Broadnet partner on SD-WAN; Tencent joins Linux Foundation as platinum member and more

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Huawei and Norwegian carrier Broadnet have inked an SD-WAN agreement that will allow the service provider to offer private-line services to its European customers. (Pixabay)

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> Huawei and Norwegian carrier Broadnet have inked an SD-WAN agreement that will allow the service provider to offer private-line services to its European customers. Telecompaper article

> In an effort to increase its open source profile, Tencent has joined the Linux Foundation as a platinum member. Release

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> The Linux Foundation has worked with the TODO Group to translate its open source guides for enterprises into Chinese. Linux.com article

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