$6.5 million gives the application delivery controller appliance vendor a cloud business unit.
While Google posted strong numbers based on its advertising revenues, the company CEO was more interested in peering into the future.
Amazon reported its fifth consecutive quarter of profitability, with AWS helping push.
Many of the largest public cloud providers dominate the data center sector but are now looking to outsource that business in an increasingly competitive market.
Beefs up Oracle's cloud-based business software while bringing together two companies that already had close financial and personal ties.
Light Reading today starts a new voyage as part of a larger Enterprise.
Beefing up Riverbed's cloud application monitoring game.
It's not just a game -- it's part of the future of sharing, and of Facebook, Zuckerberg says.
Appcito becomes A10's cloud business unit, complementing its existing hardware product line.
To enhance manageability of OpenStack clouds, Mirantis is rearchitecting the software to run on Kubernetes. But the effort could conflict with work being done in OpenStack's own Magnum project.
Cisco and Amartus are leading the first use case for MEF's OpenCS initiative, focused on Packet WAN services.
Pressure tells as Ericsson's board ousts Hans Vestberg following the latest financial disappointments.
While much of the rest of the communications technology sector hunts in vain for improving revenues, Huawei shifts up another gear but its margins dip.
Combining the CORD project with a new open-source leaf-spine fabric for data centers is enabling ONOS and ONF to deliver a total NFV solution for operators.
The Verizon business unit rolls out three virtual network services on a managed, on-demand basis, offering total flexibility and deployment choices.
Reducing latency for West Coast cloud customers and making it easier for apps to understand plain spoken English.
Microsoft inks high-profile cloud deals with three very different companies.
Deals like the one Microsoft recently announced with Boeing, where Microsoft Azure will run Boeing's commercial aviation analytics tools, will become more common, company executives said on Microsoft's quarterly earnings call.
The Swedish vendor may be on the defensive but there's no suggestion that its partnership with Cisco will develop into a full merger, says CEO Hans Vestberg.
The cloud and cognitive computing business is up for IBM, but traditional IT continues its downward spiral, according to quarterly earnings reported Monday.
The company sees strong growth as it transitions from traditional server virtualization to SDN, storage networking and cloud.
AT&T is offering a virtual network functions using its international cloud platform; but while the service might be cutting edge, the business model wears an old school badge.
Roman Pacewicz, Senior Vice President, Offer Management & Service Integration, AT&T Business Solutions, discusses the operator's launch of its Network Functions on Demand service.
Futuristic technology was on display at the Cisco Live conference. And service providers have to provide the bandwidth to make it go.
AWS is the leading cloud service, but latency on AWS connections is consistently higher compared to its top rivals. So for some applications, working with Azure or Softlayer might be preferable.
Software-controlled switch is deployed as single infrastructure inside the data center and over dark fiber connections to carrier hotels.
There's more bandwidth demand but not more money to go with it, says the new head of Cisco's service provider business.
Facebook, Amazon and Google mostly don't buy branded technology for their networks – they build their own. That's a threat to Cisco – is it up to the challenge?
Virtualization is continuing to grow extraordinarily, and vendors are finding that hypervisors have a chance to shine, offering consolidation, safety and security.
Businesses that now sell products will primarily provide services for recurring revenue – a transition now underway at Cisco itself.
Cisco is working to meet the challenging transition from rigid, hardware-based networks to flexible cloud nets based on software and programmable APIs.
Mitel had a deal to acquire Polycom for $1.96 billion, but Siris Capital made a better offer.
Not everything belongs in the cloud.
Rich Heley will join a team working on hardware innovation.
The new version of the open source container orchestration software supports deploying services across multiple cloud platforms, improved scaling and automation.
Twistlock is pitching itself as the number-one option for enterprises looking to make their containers secure.
NFV and mobile edge computing are exciting industry developments but they require hardware evolution just as much as software evolution, argues Chloe Jian Ma.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: CityFibre seeks level playing field; Openreach trials new ducts-and-poles processes; Digital Realty completes on Equinix data centers acquisition.
Small Cell Forum's Sue Monahan explains how the enterprise and urban markets are particularly powering small cell growth now.
Australian incumbent has acquired application, cloud and software development specialist Readify to further bolster its digital transformation capabilities.