News of Note—Orange's new Silicon Valley startup; Telstra slashes 8,000 jobs

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> Orange Fab will open the doors of a new Silicon Valley-based startup, which is called Fab Connect(AI), to work with companies on IoT and artificial intelligence. Release

> Telstra has cut 8,000 jobs in a major overhaul, but its shares hit a seven-year low. ABC article

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> HPE Aruba has launched SD Branch, which combines SD-WAN, new branch gateways and headend gateways with existing HPE Aruba technology. CRN article

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