As popular as SD-WANs and SASE are, it's important to know that they are not a panacea for networking problems. Another ingredient needs to be added to the network mix.
Microsoft has its own Linux distribution and, yes, you can download, install and run it. In fact, you may want to do just that.
The upshot: Qualcomm is looking to boost 5G mmWave adoption on multiple fronts including industrial use cases.
Big Blue also launched IBM Cloud Pak for Network Automation for enterprises looking to deploy 5G networks.
Ultrastar Edge servers are built to enable data processing in remote locations including deserts, seas and other areas with intermittent or no network connectivity.
Qualcomm's launches highlight how the company is looking to combine its 5G knowhow with IoT, industrial use cases and edge computing.
Adopting edge technologies will be key to businesses' success, according to chip giant Intel.
Ford also announced a new strategic partnership with Amazon to further embed hands-free Alexa capabilities in its vehicles.
The problem with distributed computing, as with distributed anything, is finding the appropriate system of governance. A management model for distributed computing may be emerging, though it might not be the one telcos were hoping for.
NeuReality targets deep learning inference workloads on the edge, aiming to reduce CAPEX and OPEX for infrastructure owners
T-Mobile CEO Michael Sievert is gunning to poach business and enterprise customers with unlimited data plans.
Part of Dell's strategy for helping customers process data at the edge is targeting specific verticals like manufacturing.
The partnership will initially focus on health care, energy and aviation use cases.
Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier said edge computing doesn't develop without open source and hybrid cloud architecture. Red Hat also announced partnerships with Boston University and Exida.
Want to get to know Kubernetes in your home? Deploy Kubernetes-managed containers to low-powered, single-board computers? Canonical's latest version of MicroK8s may be just what you need.
Google unveils new Pixel phones, a new Chromecast, and other products during its virtual launch event.
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EE is testing out the next generation of mobile technology across a slice of east London.
No longer the stuff of science fiction, IoT is becoming more pervasive -- even in the home. But imagine its possibilities for consumers over the next few years.
Despite its size, the giant speaker can be moved and will begin showing up in random cities across the US.
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A closer look at the Philips Hue connected lighting lineup for the great outdoors.
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