News of Note—ZTE shares tumble after U.S. lawmakers look to keep ban, Sprint's virtualized IoT core, more

august 8 2017
ZTE's shares plunged more than 25% Tuesday morning. (Pixabay)

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> ZTE's shares plunged more than 25% Tuesday morning after U.S. lawmakers worked to uphold a ban that prevented the company from buying American parts. CNN article

> Sprint is building a virtualized IT core for IoT that will be separate from the telco's current cellular core. SDxCentral article

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> Nvidia is putting Kubernetes on its CPUs to help developers and DevOps engineers build and deploy deep learning training on multicloud GPU clusters. ZDNet article

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