News of Note—VMware's NFV sees traction Down Under; ZTE expects 3Q rebound

news of note

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Service providers in Australia and New Zealand are embracing VMware's NFV products, although VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger didn't disclose the names of the telcos that were using them. iTnews article

> China’s ZTE expects to rebound from the previous U.S. ban by posting a profit in the third quarter after recording its worst-ever first-half net loss Thursday. Reuters article

Sponsored by Ribbon

Webinar: Identity Assurance – Restoring Your Customer’s Trust in the Phone

Learn about Ribbon Call TrustTM, an identity assurance solution that encompasses STIR/SHAKEN and on a per-call, real-time basis will: determine caller intent and identify bad actors from network and call data analytics; provide multi-dimensional reputation scoring using Machine Learning algorithms; and recommend optimal call validation treatment. And will do this for both IP and TDM phone calls. With Ribbon Call Trust™ you can defeat robocalls and fraud attacks, truly restoring your customer’s trust in the phone.

> NTT DoCoMo, SK Telecom, LG U+, KT Telecom and SoftBank ranked as the “most promising” 5G network operators, according to a study by Juniper Research. SDxCentral article


Suggested Articles

Vodafone Business announced this week that it has launched a new resource hub to help businesses bounce back from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

CenturyLink's Shaun Andrews has a contrarian view in regards to how much the pandemic fueled digital transformations.

Data center provider Stream Data Centers is leaning on Cox Business' fiber network for its new data center campus in Goodyear, Arizona.