Topic: server virtualization
Pluribus is taking its talent to the edge with the latest version of its Netvisor ONE OS paired with Adaptive Cloud Fabric Version 5.0 of Netvisor.
A recent survey found that 60% of IT professionals had container security incidents over the past year while 47% used suspect containers.
Driven by enterprises and hyperscale service carriers, server vendor revenues reached a record high in the third quarter, according to a report.
Comcast's Rob Howald says service providers need to collaborate through open source groups such as ONF in order to be successful.
Disaggregation isn't that hard from a technology standpoint, according to two Cisco executives, but the business case around it is.
One of the roads that will lead the cable industry to virtualization nirvana is CableLabs' Flexible MAC Architecture.
The news was fast and furious at this week's Telecom Infra Project (TIP), which included the formation of a new edge application developer group.
Startup vendor Kaloom announced today the general availability of its Software Defined Fabric product family that was designed to automate data centers.
China-based Inspur rolled out a new set of Open Compute Project-based hyperscale rack servers that included support for artificial intelligence.
FierceTelecom is tracking the companies that are having the biggest impact in the telecom space as technology continues to evolve at a rapid clip.