Microsoft has launched its IoT-as-a-Service offering, seemingly cashing in the gap between IoT euphoria and a lack of in-house expertise to make any sense of it.
Open source software vendor company Red Hat revealed in its recent Q4/FY earnings that telecoms was its top vertical.
The Open Platform for NFV project has unveiled its fourth release, named Danube, that aims to work better with other open source projects and improve NFV testing.
Nokia fancies itself as a software player, so what better way to start than the acquisition of a Finnish OSS company?
Research from Gartner has shown prospects for the worldwide smartphone market is not going to get much better over the next couple of years.
Having struggled to come to terms with Cisco’s betrayal, Ericsson has decided to have a rebound fling with Red Hat. Go girlfriend!
New research from Synergy states while the cloud market is growing at a healthy rate quarter-by-quarter, the four dominate cloud brands are continuing to pull away from the pack, controlled more market share month-by-month.
US devices giant Apple previewed major new versions of its iOS mobile operating system as well as the stripped-down version used on the Apple Watch at its developer conference.
Swedish networking giant Ericsson and operator group VimpelCom has signed a deal worth over $1 billion to ‘radically transform VimpelCom’s global IT infrastructure.’
Microsoft’s orderly retreat from mobile devices is turning into a rout with the news that it has sold nearly 1,500 technology patents to Chinese devices company Xiaomi.
Samsung and Oracle are to combine their respective device and cloud expertise in a pact to jointly create tools, apps and enterprise systems for the mobile world, writes BCN.
Cisco claims that customers can take a further step towards network automation as it launched a new release of Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) software to its software defined networking range, reports BCN.
Chinese comms vendor AsiaInfo and India’s Reliance Industries are to co-develop new services for businesses under a joint agreement signed in Mumbai, India.
Portuguese business assurance outfit WeDo has launched a new software suite designed to help telcos better profile their customers and anticipate commercial opportunities.
EE was breaking out the bubbly this evening and no doubt inundating Tim Cook with smiley emojis after Apple release the iOS 8.3 software update. The patch fixes a litany of minor glitches but, crucially for EE, also enables wifi calling, which the operator itself only launched this week.
Dan Pitt, Executive Director of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), has warned of the dangers of allowing the big networking vendors to have too much influence over the development of SDN, arguing they have a strong interest in maintaining the proprietary status quo.
Operator group Telefonica has implemented a chat application to power its customer service and to support its operations in Spain. The group has invested in software provider Moxie Software’s Chat Spaces solution as it looks to engage customers across multiple communication channels.
With Amazon and Google launching smart home initiatives, have the telcos missed out on their chance to cash in on this market?
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