News of Note—Huawei, China Mobile team up on VR deployment; Verizon and Capital One's open source collaboration; Verizon exec says India not on board with SDN/NFV

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Working with Huawei and other vendors, China Mobile is laying claim to deploying the world's first cloud-enabled virtual reality service. (Pixabay)

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> Working with Huawei and other vendors, China Mobile is laying claim to deploying the world's first cloud-enabled virtual reality service for customers in the Fujian province. Release

 > Verizon recently joined forces with Capital One to create and announce the latest version of open source application Hygieia at last week's O’Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland, Oregon. Release

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> A Verizon executive said that India's government was missing out on the benefits of new technologies such as SDN and NFV. India Times article

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