Huawei expects to report revenues of 520 billion yuan, a 32% year-on-year increase, for the full year 2016.
Seen in Barcelona: Skate park, friendly dogs, excellent graffiti and street art and OpenStack Summit.
Manufacturing is going through a period of change as factory owners and operators look to take advantage of technological advances in IoT, AI and big data to improve their competitiveness, which has opened up new opportunities and provided a new platform for manufacturers.
Versa has snagged its largest SD-WAN deal to date with Tata Communications.
Also in today's regional roundup: UK's Snooper's Charter shot down by Euro court; Altiostar's virtual RAN surfaces in Italy; and more.
The company is moving from its own data centers to Google Cloud Platform, and planning to implement machine learning to make the service more useful.
More than 10,000 industry professionals have now registered with the online database for the virtualization community.
Light Reading's Carol Wilson and Ray Le Maistre discuss the findings of the latest New IP Agency (NIA) NFV interoperability report and dig into why OpenStack is still a sticking point.
Less than two years after buying its mobile unit, Mitel is selling to Xura, the messaging and UC business owned by Siris Capital.
All indications point to much more aggressive cloud implementation by mid-market companies, and collaboration between customers and CSPs is essential to meet their needs.
The CTO says he wants to get back to the lab.
Users will need to opt in to a program that lets select employees read anonymized data to improve machine learning algorithms. It won't be on by default.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sigfox rolls out in Hong Kong; UK data center tax dodge; connected fire engines; BT offers cloud route to SAP services; WiFi for France's high-speed trains.
The cloud service says some of its employees will be able to read user data in limited circumstances to improve machine learning algorithms. Users say 'nope.'
Arista infringed on Cisco's copyright but does not have to pay damages, a jury ruled. That's a major win for Arista.
The market has just plain moved on past Intercloud, which shuts its doors March 31, Cisco says.
The new hires for IBM over the next four years will come in cloud and data science, and many will not require college degrees, the IBM CEO says.
The Israeli startup enhances its hybrid cloud software that brings AWS to on-premises data centers.
The merged company outlines first steps to integrating LinkedIn's information about professional profiles and relationships with Microsoft's products and services.
Women need to find their purpose, a professional North Star, and create a personal board for themselves, according to Alex Tempest, director of partners at TalkTalk Business.
Despite opposition from Salesforce and other competitors, the European Union has approved the deal.
Google plans to increase renewable energy buying next year to completely offset fossil fuel consumption.
AWS's new hybrid cloud software and hardware will help the giant put armor on its vulnerability to competitors.
Long-expected sale benefits both firms, giving Verizon bottom-line relief for an asset that is much more strategic for Equinix.
Vendor's new strategy of focusing on vertical markets besides telecom could redefine its role and trouble a few of its existing clients.