Silicon Valley-based tech companies Robin.io, Blue Arcus, and KloudSpot have formed a new collaboration to integrate the technologies required to provide end-to-end 4G and 5G services.
Nokia will allow communication service provider (CSPs) to directly upload and manage the lifecycle of applications on Nokia’s broadband devices.
Diggio, an internet service provider (ISP) from Austin, Texas, has chosen to implement IP Infusion’s OcNOS network operating system, coupled with Edgecore Networks hardware.
As an integral part of Telia’s company-wide transformation across its markets, Telia Company is working with VMware to accelerate its transition to a cloud-native infrastructure.
International telecommunications company Telstra is now a selected carrier for Microsoft Azure Peering Service.
IDC views 2021 as an accelerated year for multi-access edge cloud (MEC) investments. IDC forecasts global revenue for multi-access edge cloud (MEC) will grow from $3.5 billion in 2020 to $16.7 billion in 2025.
Rambus has released their “breakthrough” controller with a zero-latency IDE (Integrity and Data Encryption module). It is developed by the engineering team from newly-acquired PLDA.
Global network infrastructure provider Tata Communications has extended its two-decades-long strategic global partnership with Cisco Systems to include Cisco Meraki in Tata’s global network ecosystem.
Zayo has completed the final phase of construction on three new 100% underground, high-capacity, long haul, dark fiber routes.
Located at its Equinix DA11 data center in Dallas, Equinix has deployed a fully functional 5G and Edge Technology Development Center.
IBM and Airspan Networks have recently announced plans to integrate on the roll-out of a 5G enabled Open RAN testbed across the IBM Watson IoT Center and IBM's Global Industry Solution Center.