News of Note—Microsoft packs SDN into server, Palo Alto Networks nabs new CEO and more

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Palo Alto Networks has named former Google and Softbank executive Nikesh Arora as its new CEO and chairman. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Microsoft's Windows Server 2019, which is slated for release this fall, will include new features that give enterprises the ability to leverage SDN. Network World article

> Palo Alto Networks has named former Google and Softbank executive Nikesh Arora as its new CEO and chairman. The Register article

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> The Open Compute Project Foundation and its board announced that AT&T's Tom Anschutz and Facebook's Aaron Sullivan were named as co-chairs of its incubation committee. Release

> The U.S. military has increased spending on artificial intelligence usage to help anticipate the launch of nuclear-capable missiles as well as track and target mobile launchers. Reuters article

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