VMware says adding the endpoint security provider to its cloud stack will help network operators prevent attacks, rather than reacting to them.
New specification group at ETSI is 'exceptionally important,' says industry analyst.
The SD-WAN vendor is looking to increase sales through service providers, as enterprises turn to SPs to outsource networking needs.
Aryaka launches SD-WAN service over the public Internet for cases where 'best effort' is good enough for enterprise connectivity, complementing its existing global, private network that offers guaranteed SLAs.
Enterprises demand SD-WAN from telcos, and SD-WAN won't work without SDN, says Ray Watson, Masergy's innovation VP.
Masergy provides an AI boost for enterprise network management.
After years of defending itself against US spying accusations, Huawei claims the US government is spying on it.
VMware is bolstering its developer support and security capabilities with the acquisitions of Pivotal Software and Carbon Black.
Private equity-backed roaming and security specialist has a new line-up of senior executives to manage a business that has just doubled in size.
Machine learning is primed to help service providers run more efficient and effective networks, but first the good ideas have to make their way from the lab to the real world – and that's a big challenge, according to the University of Chicago's Nick Feamster.
The international carrier division of Belgium's Proximus is using its roaming network to develop an IoT business.
Juniper is integrating security into its high-performance MX routers and cSRX containerized firewall, to fit 5G and edge applications.
Microsoft is partnering with eight managed service providers, including SD-WAN startup Aryaka, to connect enterprises with applications in the Azure cloud.
Colt CEO Carl Grivner said its business in the US – providing enterprise connectivity – is still growing thanks to continued enterprise cloud adoption.
A $15 billion deal is in the works, according to market speculation.
Cloud service providers and network operators have the scale and talent to help protect enterprises from state-sponsored hacking attempts.
Security firm reveals an ongoing global attack against telecommunications providers that has been active since at least 2017 and involves a group believed to be working on behalf of the Chinese government.
Telcos are in denial if they think they are security experts, says outspoken industry analyst Patrick Donegan.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT opens SOC in Paris; HMD Global sends user data to Google's cloud; Nokia beefs up leadership team, negotiates eco-loan.
The way to defend against DDoS and other attacks is changing, says Nokia's Craig Labovitz. That's because the Internet is getting bigger and smaller at the same time.