Category: Cloud


Thumbs up for Telefonica tests on T-SDN

Telefonica and Huawei have completed lab tests on a T-SDN (Transport Software-Defined Network) solution, which will help the telco plan, manage, monitor and diagnose its photonic mesh.

Intel looks to maps to fuel autonomous vehicles race

Whoever wins the autonomous car race will make a fortune, so Intel is doubling down efforts. Millions are being directed towards R&D, and building its own mapping database is another good move.

Blackberry continues quest to prove its still a thing

It used to be a shining gem in the mobile landscape, but the fall from lofty heights was well publicised. A new partnership with Baidu is the next step from Blackberry to prove it is still relevant.

Atos beaten to Gemalto prize by Thales

Atos’ unsolicited €4.3 billion attempt to acquire Gemalto is now nothing more than a footnote as Thales swoops in with an additional €500 million to tempt Gemalto into signing the dotted line.

Nokia says intelligence is all about context

It’s another incremental step towards full-scale automation, but Nokia’s new data processing software aims to add a critical component to any customer experience quest; context.

Google and Amazon bickering steps up a level

When two heavyweights from different subsectors of the tech world start directly competing there will be arguments and temper tantrums, but Google and Amazon have escalated the feud.

What the hell is going on at Synchronoss?

The appointment of former AT&T exec Glenn Lurie was the third change of CEO at Synchronoss in a year that has seen enough corporate drama to last a lifetime.

BT has bright idea to steal Amazon credibility

BT has seemingly got tired of a reputation riddled with accounting scandals and mediocre football coverage. Amazon has a good brand so why not tie up with its cloud computing business?

Three makes moves in the telco cloud space

Mycom OSI has announced it has been selected to assure Three UK’s next generation core network which deploys NFV and SDN, as part of what it claims is the world’s first Telco Cloud.

Cisco forks out $1.9 billion for BroadSoft

Cisco has confirmed it will write a cheque for $1.9 billion to acquire software company BroadSoft, as it continues its quest to transform into a software player.

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