News of Note—Nokia's Q2 earnings fall short, Tenable soars on IPO and more

news of note
Nokia's second-quarter earnings report missed analysts' expectation. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Citing customers that are waiting to spend on 5G technologies, Nokia's second-quarter earnings report missed analysts' expectations. Bloomberg article

>Hughes Network System took the wraps off of a new SD-WAN gateway that was designed for use by distributed enterprises. Release

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> With its initial public offering Thursday, cybersecurity firm Tenable saw its stock prices soar in early morning trading on the NASDAQ. CNBC article


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