The two companies are introducing separate, competitive automated video and language recognition services fueled by machine learning.
All eyes are on Dish's wireless future.
Juniper and Telefonica lay out major automation project to create a 'self-driving network.'
Intel and Hyper each aimed to improve VMs by adding the lightweight nature of containers. Now they're joining forces under the auspices of the OpenStack Foundation.
Panel at Future of Cable Business Services event says putting the customer in charge requires automation to create simple but powerful interfaces.
Automated developer tools become part of CoreOS's Kubernetes package, Tectonic, as a way of encouraging open services in the cloud.
India's regulator has backed net neutrality just as US authorities turn away from it.
The AC922 is the first commercial server to use IBM's Power9 processor and is designed specifically for artificial intelligence applications. These same systems form the basis of the new 'Summit' and 'Sierra' supercomputers for the US Energy Department.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson extends UK managed services deal; Vodafone cozies up to SoftBank, chooses Huawei's OpenStack offering; ETSI forms augmented reality group.
RAD's VP of Marketing and Business Development, Ilan Tevet, sits down with Light Reading's Editor-At-Large, Carol Wilson, to discuss the recent developments in vCPE and SD-WAN, along with how RAD's Flexible vCPE-Toolbox with its vCPE-OS for any server allows operators to deploy white boxes at the network's edge today. In addition, this talk also discusses the MEF17 silver award winning PoC.
With no sign of 'constructive dialogue' from its takeover target Qualcomm, Broadcom has turned tough.
LONDON, 12/4/2017 - There are skill shortages in many emerging technology areas, making it more important to attract and train women, notes Carolyn Dawson.
Cable companies' success in the business services market may be a dangerous thing.
A shimmy into the UK's soccer market by Amazon could hasten the need for a strategy rethink at BT.
SD-WAN supplier Silver Peak has racked up over 600 enterprise production customers despite an increasingly competitive SD-WAN market.
Irrational scaremongering about net neutrality is rife, and the real problems are being ignored.
SD-WAN is one software-defined technologies that could have big implications for enterprises of all sizes. However, it's important to remember that there are some essential best practices to ensure that SD-WAN can save the business money.
Orange Business Services is launching a new initiative to invite enterprise customers to develop customized Cisco Spark applications at Orange Labs.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Blackberry loses patents case to Nokia; Telecom Italia looks at fixed-line network; Tele2 goes with Infobip for enterprise messaging.
Amazon was late to Kubernetes, but now it wants to take the hassle out of managing Kubernetes on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
In this edition, Alan Breznick and Mari Silbey dissect the cable business services market, Mari gives her take on the Arris acquisition of Ruckus Wireless and Craig Matsumoto looks at the phantom M&A action involving Nokia and Juniper.
Social networking giant says it will recruit 800 London-based employees next year as it opens a new facility in central London.
For decades, supercomputer and high-performance systems were out-of-reach for mostly everyone, expect big government agencies and research universities with deep pockets. However, the cloud is changing all that.
Expanded Equinix Cloud Exchange gives enterprises almost on-demand access to cloud players and interconnections that are part of its ecosystem.
European fiber network operator and cloud service provider is up for sale, but who's got the money and the will for such a deal? You might want to look east...
Connected vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are accelerating the race towards the autonomous vehicle and Intelligent Transport Systems.
As the latest update to its SDN platform, Verizon's Virtual Network Services - One provides enterprise customers with a new option for more centralized contracting and billing for hardware, software and management services.
Diane Bryant, who headed Intel's highly visible Data Center Group, has left to become COO at Google Cloud under Diane Greene.
Amazon Web Services pitches DeepLens as a tool to help developers teach themselves machine learning.
At its re:Invent show in Las Vegas this week, Amazon Web Services is looking to expand its cloud security portfolio with a new featured dubbed GuardDuty.
This week in our WiC roundup: Watch your words to avoid the chopping block; Valley-ites expand to less tech-centric locales; LinkedIn works to close the STEM gap early; and more.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Altice sells off Swiss data center unit; MegaFon raises forecast, but warns of challenges ahead; MTS goes with Microsoft's Azure for cloud services.
iPhone maker will stop using Dialog Semiconductor and start designing its own power management chips, says report.
ORLANDO, 12/1/2017 - Wholesaler Epsilon developed its own system for delivering connectivity to CPaaS players and others, but longer term, the industry needs a plan, says Mark Daley, director of digital strategy and business development.
Fixed 5G will be good for Verizon and friends, but it surely doesn't appear to be anything like a wireless revolution. Yet!
The EU Court of Justice has ruled that time-shifting video in the cloud is defined as 'communication to the public' and requires the prior permission of the rights holder.
Cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) systems are gaining traction in the market, and may surpass dedicated short range communications (DSRC) systems in traffic safety applications across the world.