Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins discusses Jasper a year after the acquisition, the recent AppDynamics deal, taxes, Trump and other topics.
Carrier extends dynamic service capability and hybrid cloud support to three APAC cities: Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.
Equinix is beefing up the storage capabilities at the edge of its network to serve Internet of Things and other applications requiring fast performance.
iPhones and iPads are SAP's first-choice mobile platform, as the company extends its cloud platform with new capabilities.
Light Reading Enterprise Cloud editor Mitch Wagner says network operators are starting to focus on what they're good at, connectivity, to help their enterprise customers move to the cloud. He also has a concern about how many men are wearing scarves indoors.
SAP says Oracle is behind the times in the cloud, mirroring criticisms Oracle has leveled at SAP.
Network operator touts progress of Network 3.0 Indigo toward bringing faster mobile speeds and greater virtualization to its operations.
Vendor announces nine proofs-of-concept for Facebook-designed open packet optical system, speeding toward commercialization.
Net revenue is down to $11.4 billion for the quarter, and cloud is part of the problem.
New platform makes use of existing technology and sells it to international carriers wanting to get into IoT, digital media and more.
CafeX in New York says Amazon stole the name 'Chime' from its own videoconferencing product, introduced a year before Amazon's.
Ericsson is the latest major name to join the NIA, an industry organization that's needed more than ever.
Northern Trust and IBM are looking to bring blockchain technology to the private equity market.
New Waveserver Ai uses latest coherent optics for programmability in a compact platform that multi-tenant data centers and web-scalers need.
Carriers need to be able do deliver services that cross geographic boundaries, at the network core or on the edge, the vendor says.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Intel open 5G labs in Finland and US; Swisscom's big bundle; ADVA gets certified; T-Systems' DHL contract extended.
The Light Reading group is now much more than the mothership website and the Heavy Reading analyst group -- the family has grown to include the Telecoms.com news site, dedicated communities and wiki-style databases.
Public cloud spending will increase nearly 25% this year, IDC reports, with most of that money going toward SaaS.
Salesforce is rolling out new cloud services for healthcare providers.
Ahead of MWC in Barcelona, talk has started to circulate that nuptials may be in line for Cisco and Ericsson.
Facing competition from Cisco, Arista posted solid financial results for the fourth quarter, as well as for 2016.
Colt is focusing on connectivity. Other telcos should follow its good example.
RightScale's annual cloud report shows hybrid and public cloud deployments are gaining strength at the expense of private cloud.
Dell EMC is integrating its hybrid cloud platform to its VxRail appliance with an eye toward mid-market businesses.
Cisco managed to beat the Street during its second quarter, but the company is still trying to move into a new direction.
Verizon has struck a deal to offload its enterprise cloud services business, Light Reading has learned, and IBM looks like the best fit.
AI has perpetually been tomorrow's technology, but now it has arrived, bringing opportunities for enterprises, cloud providers and service providers, says Heavy Reading Analyst Steve Bell.
IBM will now distribute VMware's Cloud Foundation and other cloud products through channel partners.
Amazon is offering its Chime UC products as an alternative to Skype and WebEx.
New SteelHead box incorporates SteelConnect SD-WAN along with WAN optimization capabilities.
A report from Intel finds that trust in cloud computing has increased, but there are plenty of security concerns and a lack of cybersecurity skills.
Introduces new services to help enterprises monitor equipment, factories, fleets and employee movements.
The space agency's Office of Inspector General releases a report about NASA's bad cloud habits that are creating unnecessary risk.
Not even Donald Trump can make Twitter profitable. Twitter is out of time to turn things around.
Nokia's latest IoT move is another sign of its enterprise and service-provider ambitions.
In addition to a $2 billion contract with Google's cloud, Snap is buying $1 billion worth of services from AWS.
Forcepoint has bought Imperva's Skyfence business to bolster its cloud security portfolio.
SDN is constantly evolving and that process is helped along by numerous projects and other industry developments.
Microsoft is offering customers access to the company's IP to fight patent trolls through a program called Azure IP Advantage.
The note-taking service migrated more than 4 petabytes of data from its own data centers to the public cloud.
Four acquisitions in a week all point to the growing importance of machine learning for major security system vendors.
Facing a slowdown in some of its business units, Rackspace is cutting about 6% of its US workforce.
Workday scored a major cloud victory by picking up Amazon as its latest customer for its Human Capital Management software.
Initiative aims to use blockchain to keep track of finances and logistics for import and re-export of goods and services into the busy port city.
A group of 200 tech investors, venture capitalists and startups have signed a letter to raise concerns about President Trump's executive order that restricts travel to the US.
Juniper co-founder Pradeep Sindhu says he's stepping aside as CTO to focus on his position as CEO of a new startup, Fungible, which is working on cloud data centers.
The acquisition allows Stratoscale to add database cloud services to its portfolio.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TDC in the doldrums; fiber for Namur; ADVA targets climate change; UK boards lack IT expertise.
Automates day-to-day management and long-term planning for hybrid clouds.
While some experts predict AI will take all the jobs, others say technology creates more jobs than it destroys.
Artificial intelligence will create new categories of work even as it destroys others, say advocates. But not everybody's so sure of a bright AI future.
Snap's IPO filing shows that the company is placing its faith, and dollars, in Google's cloud services.
A new Synergy Research report shows that AWS still dominates the public cloud space, with Microsoft, Google and IBM fighting for second place.
Revenue growth slowed to 47% year-over-year in Q4 2016, from 69% year-over-year in the year-ago quarter. But who wouldn't like 47% revenue growth?
Google is targeting Microsoft users by offering additional support for Windows Server and SQL Server, including disaster recovery.
Verizon traveled a rocky road in enterprise cloud and has struck a deal to sell its business, Light Reading believes.
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HPE's acquisition of behavioral and security analytics startup Niara is its third acquisition of 2017.
Fresh off a solid financial quarter, VMware is updating its virtual networking technology.
Cisco is adding a set of security policy features to its Tetration analytics platform to help the IT department keep better tabs on applications within a cloud or data center.