An Australian company is looking to challenge AWS in the market for cloud networking.
The company launches its first cloud-based application delivery controller.
WOW's early field tests of Juniper's Cloud CPE solution are expected to lead to greater virtualization in support of WOW's business and residential services.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Virgin unimpressed by government broadband fund; Pushfor pulls in £1.2 million in funding; BT lands hybrid network deal.
Hypervisor giant expands its focus on the communications service provider market and appoints Shekar Ayyar to lead the charge.
Macom hasn't even consumed Applied Micro yet and already it's in the process of selling the latter's Compute unit, which makes X-Gene ARM processors. The question is, who might need it?
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Thorsten Dirks to quit in March; Altair opens IoT R&D center in Finland; IBM adds data centers in UK; remote smash and grab.
Revenue for the quarter was $2.14 billion, up 25% year-over-year, sending the stock price soaring.
The two companies will collaborate on optimizing Intel chips to improve Google's enterprise cloud operations, potentially including its new cloud/AI thrust.
Former Cisco kingpin fills the CEO seat at SD-WAN specialist Versa Networks, while another key ex-Cisco executive, Pankaj Patel, joins the startup's board.
The new facility connects LinkedIn to diverse network providers and APAC.
President-elect Donald Trump's pro-business temperament and support for financial repatriation could be good for Cisco.
Microsoft previously hated open source, but has since become a strong contributor to open source communities.
The Vapor Edge data center is a cylinder just nine feet wide by nine feet tall.
Microsoft (with a little help from Elon Musk), Google and Amazon introduce competing AI, machine learning and analytics tools.
A new software business could steer Nokia's overall transformation, says the Finnish vendor's strategy chief.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone hit by foreign exchange movements; Proximus tests 5G with Huawei; Ericsson predicts the 5G future.
Amazon and other proprietary public clouds have the bulk of the cloud market, but OpenStack fills special needs.
Finnish equipment giant says networks business will decline next year but aims for long-term growth through new software moves and a push into 'adjacent' markets.
The acquisition beefs up GE Digital's field service capabilities, part of its industrial Internet vision.
The analyst team at telecoms, media and IT research house Ovum has examined the impact of Donald Trump's success in the US presidential elections from a number of different angles.
Conclusions are only as good as the data you collect.
Amazon specializes in enterprises that are finding new ways of doing business.
President Trump could enact tough data sovereignty laws, limit immigration, and go after Amazon for antitrust violations. But cloud suppliers are upbeat that demand will fuel continued momentum.
Acquisition brings low latency subsea networks to the GTT global IP backbone, along with video content network and other fiber assets.
Maintaining a persistent Internet connection will be an invitation to disaster, says a security vendor's founder.
With Amazon Web Services leading the market, Microsoft differentiates by serving the enterprise.
Performance requirements are driving the need for specialized hardware, which is easier to implement in the cloud, says Urs Hölzle, Google's senior vice president for technical infrastructure.
IGR and KodaCloud say your WiFi smells funny.
When cloud application performance goes bad, Nyansa looks to diagnose the problem.
Oracle clinches NetSuite buyout despite efforts by NetSuite investor T. Rowe Price to block the deal.
The assets go to a consortium of investors, as CenturyLink picks up coin for its $24 billion Level 3 acquisition.
Backed-up lead times cast a blot on otherwise glowing quarterly results.
Rackspace is now off the markets and focused on delivering managed services to connect enterprises to multiple clouds.
During another glowing quarterly earnings call, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about the company's plans to make video the primary mode for Facebook users.
Microsoft introduced Teams, an Office version of Slack's chat app for the workplace that's attracted a cult following.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Omantel connects Africa and Asia; TDC slips in Q3; Telia slams Swedish government's auction ruling; UC's gone fishing.
The top four players dominate the cloud market through sheer weight, according to a report from Synergy Research Group.
Microsoft's new Project Olympus is not only a new specification for server hardware – it also offers a model for speeding up open source hardware development.