There are total 8 core themes developed at Mobile World Congress. This will assist you to find the content that is most relevant to your industries, your future actions and your interests. You can plan your event agenda around the targeted event content.
There are 9 keynotes scheduled at Mobile World Congress 2018. Topics covered in these keynotes are future services provider, Innovation in the telecom industry, role of content and media, etc.
ADVA Optical Networking (FSE: ADV) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MRV Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRVC). Under the terms of the agreement, ADVA Optical Networking will make a tender offer of USD 10.00 per share for all the outstanding common stock of the California-based provider of innovative network solutions for data center operators, service providers and enterprises. The offer equates to an aggregate purch...
Cisco made aggressive moves in software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and analytics recently with the acquisitions of Viptela as well as the advanced analytics team from Saggezza. Given the amount of fanfare around these one-two punch announcements, it appears that the rest of the IT world is catching up to what SDxCentral readers figured out a long time ago — SD-WAN is here to stay. And the network knows all. When you apply analytics to network ...
Content delivery company Fastly has raised $50 million in financing to expand its footprint as a corporate supplier of speedy application, website, and web service delivery. In its press release, Fastly calls its service an “edge cloud platform”, which is a fantastic mix of nonsense and meaningless garbage that I’m going to refuse to use (seriously, Bateman Group, that is a hot-trash mix of word salad).
Press Release Published by: https://www.abiresearch.com/ Source URL: https://www.abiresearch.com/press/abi-research-forecasts-nfv-market-will-reach-38-bi/ After a slower start than initially anticipated, the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) market will experience moderate growth through ongoing NFV investments by major telcos. ABI Research forecasts that North America will lead the...
During Extreme Networks’ third quarter 2017 earnings call yesterday, company executives enthused about all the new customers they’re going to pick up after Extreme closes on its acquisitions of assets from Avaya and Brocade. Those assets combined with assets it recently acquired from Zebra Technologies will result in more than 10,000 new enterprise customers, said Ed Meyercord, president and CEO of Extreme Networks, in the company’s earnings call.
Intel announced it’s pulling the plug on its 20-year-old Intel Developer Forum (IDF). The annual conference seemed to have lost its original identity as a place to discuss Intel’s latest microprocessor technology. A message on the IDF page said, “Intel has evolved its event portfolio and decided to retire the IDF program moving forward.”
In preparation for its initial public offering (IPO), big data analytics firm Cloudera yesterday priced its offering at $12 to $14 per share, giving the company a market capitalization of $1.79 billion. The company is planning to sell 17.3 million shares and could possibly raise as much as $242.2 million from the offering.
Container security firm Twistlock today closed on $17 million in Series B funding, led by Polaris Partners. Existing investors YL Ventures, TenEleven, and Rally Ventures participated in the round, bringing Twistlock’s total venture funding to date to $30 million.