News of Note—Swisscom picks Ericsson for 5G transport; Enterprise, cloud boost Broadcom's Q4 revenues

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> Swisscom has picked Ericsson, which is using routers from Juniper Networks, to build its 5G IP transport network. Release

> Broadcom's fourth-quarter revenues were boosted by strong cloud and enterprise data center spending. Reuters article

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> AT&T's Amy Wheelus writes about how the telco's Network Cloud underpins its software-defined networking (SDN) applications and services. AT&T blog post

> In order to improve visibility into wired and wireless networks, Mist is combining its WLAN technology with Juniper Networks' SD-WAN offering. Release

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