In order to drive down costs and ramp up the speed of innovation, AT&T is taking an open source-first approach to virtualization. While some service providers, such as CenturyLink, pick and choose elements of open source, AT&T is all in.
This form of machine learning continues to grow rapidly. Here's what you need to know.
Arm predicts that the number of IoT and other endpoint devices will, ultimately, far surpass the current number of global smartphones.
HPE announced Tuesday that it has upgraded its edge platform to help carriers transition to 5G services. HPE's Edgeline EL8000 Converged Edge System was designed to help communications service providers process data-intensive, low-latency services dire...
Alooma has a data pipeline tool that enables businesses to move their data from multiple sources to a single data warehouse. Google wants them to move that data to its Cloud.
FatPipe Networks became the latest SD-WAN vendor to announce a tie-in with a cloud provider with thenews that it's working with Microsoft Azure. While FatPipe has previously announced hypervisor work with several cloud service providers, it announced o...
Months of research reveals that data-center professionals are looking to smarten up their data centers rather than just adding more bandwidth and servers. The reasons for this are clear. As companies and IT professionals try to keep up with cloud deman...
When implementing open source software, look beyond the license terms to understand who is driving change on the software.
This is the third of a four-part series on how to take your business from “communications chaos” to “seamless simplicity.”
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Singapore-based Epsilon is looking for more SDN-based intercarrier partnerships after launching one of the first with China-based DCConnect. The companies are provisioning across each other's networks using an API-to-API interface between their separate SDN architectures. In this Q&A, Epsilon CEO Jerzy Szlosarek talks about the Infiny by Epsilon portal, the evolution of SDN and the status of SD-WAN.