Category: Cloud

AT&T to commence Q2 2016 5G trials

US telco AT&T has pre-empted the Mobile World Congress rush by boldly laying out its plans for 5G, with field trials for some enabling-technologies happening in Q2 this year.

Wind River upgrades vCPE NFV server offering

Intel subsidiary Wind River has added to its NFV portfolio with the announcement of a new product which focuses on the virtualization of customer premises equipment (vCPE).

Nokia launches AVA cloud service delivery platform

The pre-MWC product launches continue unabated from new, improved Nokia with the unveiling of its AVA ‘cognitive platform’, which claims to bring operator service delivery into the cloud era.

Juniper Networks buys BTI for its SDN tools

Data centre infrastructure vendor Juniper Networks is to buy BTI Systems, a specialist developer of software-defined networking (SDN) tools and networking hardware.

OpenStack makes its move on booming NFV market

A new report indicates that there could be a boom in network function virtualisation projects this year, with NFV the second most popular subject of research after containers.

SDN specialist Big Switch wins $48.5M funding

Santa Clara based software defined networking vendor Big Switch Networks (BSN) has won another $48.5 million to bring its bare metal networking fabrics to new markets.

Connected cars ramp up a gear at CES 2016

AT&T, Ericsson, Ford, Volvo and BMW have revealed new strides taken in driving in-car connectivity innovations, while Faraday Future has announced its new, 1000-horsepower electric concept car.

China Telecom, HPE open Beijing NFV lab

China Telecom has announced that its Beijing Research Institute has collaborated with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to open a dedicated NFV lab in China.

AT&T chooses IBM to run its cloud

AT&T and IBM are to extend the scope of their 20 year working relationship partnership as IBM takes over the telco’s cloud based networking, application and hosting services, reports BCN.

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