VMware is looking to help service providers push apps out to the edge, where they're needed for analytics, data connection, IoT and other use cases.
The 17th OpenStack update, dubbed 'Queens,' adds support for GPUs and containers to meet the needs of emerging technologies such as edge computing, NFV and machine learning.
Len Padilla, VP Product Strategy of NTT Europe, discusses how we're witnessing a growing multicloud trend and how NTT is advising enterprise customers transitioning into the multicloud environment.
Juniper is getting clobbered by the transition by hypercloud providers to 'scale out' architecture from 'scale up.' But that'll change soon, Juniper CTO Bikash Koley tells Enterprise Cloud News.
There was significant interest in acquiring Interoute but the winning bid for the cloud-savvy network operator came from GTT.
Enterprises can buy SAP Cloud services on a one price 'consumption-based' plan rather than ŕ la carte.
For the first time in years, CXOs say incumbents are leading disruption, rather than startups or Internet giants, according to IBM.
TPx Communications is partnering with Silver Peak to expand its SD-WAN service internationally and to larger enterprises.
AT&T's Network-Based SD-WAN is now available as a VNF on the AT&T FlexWare platform in over 150 countries.
Convenience is at last taking a back seat to security, according to an IBM study.
Users and developers can share code for machine learning, image processing, Internet of Things and general purpose serverless software.
Cloud IoT Core, a managed service to help enterprises connect up millions of Internet of Things devices around the world, has been launched into general availability.
Verizon's first-ever Mobile Security Index shows global professionals managing mobile devices for businesses fear their employees the most.
Attackers are launching attacks from the cloud, while enterprises migrating to the cloud are leaving themselves vulnerable by failing to take basic precautions, according to the Cisco 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report.
Big product announcements arrive from the newly minted Arris subsidiary.
Seventeen years after Microsoft's CEO called open source a 'cancer,' here's what the company learned in its open source turnaround.
Many cloud users aren't thinking about optimizing their spending because they are still experimenting with cloud, and enjoying the first flush of savings from moving off-prem.
Google is buying the Internet of Things platform from LogMeIn, which bought Xively in 2014 for $12 million.
Despite a blockbuster fourth quarter, Wall Street was unhappy with Arista.
Zenedge protects against distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks and provides Web Application Firewall protection.
Juniper is looking to weave a smooth networking tapestry from branch, to campus, to data center, to public cloud – essential, the company says, for enterprises in the cloud era.
Cisco's new intent-based networking strategy helps the company break a two-year revenue decline.
GCI is deploying a new SD-WAN platform, CloudFlex SD-WAN, to business customers in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
The Series A funding, bringing the total to $28 million, goes to advance SaltStack's mission of automating security patching, updates, provisioning and more.
Oracle launched Enterprise Data Management Cloud to help enterprises track the surprisingly gnarly problem of figuring out how individual groups and business units fit into the organization.
Partnership enables four-year-old fiber-based ISP to expand rapidly in competitive business markets.
Google released hardware accelerators in beta to speed up machine learning on Google Cloud Platform, as well as boost performance of Kubernetes applications.
US network operator focused on delivering critical services such as UCaaS and SD-WAN over more flexible, customer-driven platforms.
Artificial intelligence and automation will become more integral to the enterprise, and 90% of all apps will have integrated AI capabilities by 2020, according to Oracle CEO Mark Hurd.
Oracle expands autonomy capabilities from its cloud database to its entire cloud platform, as well as opening new regions and broadening service level agreements.
Citrix is looking help enterprises and cloud providers speed cloud application performance.
Suppliers like Cato Networks are among a growing group of competitors to telcos in the SD-WAN space.
Ovum senior analyst Alex Harrowell discusses they key challenges facing SMEs, including security, digital transformation and customer relationship management, that could be addressed by managed services and a more focused offer from network operators.
Berkeley, Calif. is exploring the launch of an initial coin offering; Louis Dreyfus Co. uses blockchain to trade soybeans; and more blockchain developments.
TCS is looking to add products to its traditional service offerings to help both enterprises and service providers make the transition to network virtualization and the cloud.
The two vendors launch competing technologies for protecting workloads and applications spanning multiple clouds.
Microsoft will let some users of Box, Dropbox or Google use OneDrive free until their contract with the competition runs out.
An ex-Intel exec takes on her former employers in server chips, while another startup looks to provide AI hardware based on new 'nano-photonics' technology.
Scale is everything.
The cloud migration is driving traffic to the data center, and data centers are booming as a result, according to the annual Cisco Global Cloud Index.
The top cloud providers, previously numbering four, need to find room for another chair at the table.
Google Cloud now has a run rate of more than $4 billion annually.
Yup, we're thinking about it, Dell says in an SEC filing, adding that it might do something else or just continue business as usual.
It's part of Liberty's drive to build its business services portfolio for big enterprise and government customers.
Amazon Web Services is becoming a bigger part of the company business.
Another win for Versa and a first step into SD-WAN territory for the cable operator giant, with the UK's Virgin Media spearheading its service launch.
Changing demands by cloud providers are driving down revenues for Juniper, and at least one analyst thinks the problem isn't going away anytime soon.