It's slated for Q4, but the actual launch date? Sorry.
Cloud services revenue hit an all-time record for Apple in quarterly results announced Tuesday, as the company also touted strong enterprise gains.
New service packages would enable 600,000 customers to move off landline phones and save money while accessing many advanced features.
Vodafone's David Amzallag is carving out a new career helping startups. First stop: Sedona and its multilayer SDN mission.
VoLTE holds plenty of appeal in India as a way of supporting low-cost but high-quality voice services.
Red Hat plans to incorporate Permabit's storage compression technology into its Linux platform, as well as hyperconverged and container offerings.
Cox plans DOCSIS 3.1 launch before end of year.
CEO Marcello Claure stressed, however, that Sprint has been considering a lot of different options and talking to a lot of potential partners.
Nokia's plan to develop a standalone software company shows early signs of promise.
Rackspace is broadening its professional services and tools for large enterprise cloud migration to AWS.
Healthcare is embracing cloud computing almost as fast as traditional enterprises. Why this sudden acceptance of technology? ECN went looking for answers.
Talari's focus is providing an SD-WAN solution for enterprise customers that want to leverage their investment in legacy equipment and don't necessarily want to work with a service provider for SD-WAN.
Twitter announced that it has grown its premium video offering but that monthly users were flat for the second quarter.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK government targets online terrorism; Telsis takes M-net's emergency call; Ofcom consults on ducts and poles; O2 adds WiFi to the London Eye.
S-Net is looking to provide low cost and flexibility for its cloud voice and data enterprise customers.
S-Net has already deployed Versa's SD-WAN service to about 15 customers and more than 100 locations.