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HPE, Samsung partner on NFV, VNF platform targeting mobile networks

Vendor giants HPE and Samsung are set to work through the HPE OpenNFV Partner Program on open and pretested NFV and VNF products Telecom operators looking to deploy network functions virtualization technologies can now opt for a package deal from vendor giants Samsung and Hewlett...

Reader Forum: How the telco cloud will forever change the communications business

Hewlett Packard Enterprise lays out reasons why the telco cloud is set to provide new opportunities for CSPs For years, the largest communications service providers have relied on wireless service to offset declines in landline voice while still providing modest revenue growth. Those days may...

2016 Predictions: Security, devops, big data and mobile testing

HPE sees security, devops, big data and mobile testing changes ahead Editor’s Note: With 2016 now upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from leading industry analysts and executives on what they expect to see in the new year. Hackers will truly embrace the ‘Internet...

HPE and China Telecom launch NFV lab

Joint NFV lab focused on NFV, SDN research Hewlett Packard Enterprise and China Telecom Beijing Research Institute said they opened a joint lab in Beijing focused on network functions virtualization research with the intent of helping China Telecom plan for implementing NFV technologies. The joint NFV...

HPE and Microsoft partner on hybrid cloud platform

Computing giants tap respective specialties in powering hybrid cloud offering Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced a deal with Microsoft to use the software giant’s Azure platform as the preferred public cloud partner for HPE customers, and in turn having HPE serve as the preferred infrastructure and...

#TBT: Sprint, HP to cut jobs; Verizon pulls optimization plan … this week in 2014

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Sprint moves on...

Ericsson, HP partner on Wi-Fi, small cells

Ericsson and Hewlett-Packard announced a partnership focused on enterprise solutions, particularly Wi-Fi and indoor small cell deployments. The two companies – also in the mix is HP's fully owned Aruba Networks – signed a bilateral resale agreement that will allow Ericsson to sell Aruba Networks'...

#TBT: AT&T and T-Mobile merger rumors swirl … this week in 2011

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Industry veteran Stanton...

HP to cut 30,000 more jobs ahead of split

Company CEO forecasts that the end is in sight for corporate restructuring Following more than 50,000 job cuts already announced this year, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman this week announced that the hardware giant plans to cut between 25,000 and 30,000 more employees as the company prepares...

Worldwide server market revenue grows 6.1%

With the growing demand to store more data and increase processing power, server space is becoming prime real estate. According to IDC, revenue in the worldwide server market has increased by 6.1% over last year, raking in $13.5 billion in the second quarter of...

HP: 100% of smartwatches have major security flaws

Smartwatches are a huge security risk according to a new study by Hewlett-Packard. HP tested 10 different smartwatches and found that 100% were vulnerable to cyber attacks. The vulnerabilities include insufficient authentication, lack of encryption and privacy concerns, according to HP Fortify. The study found, “Smartwatches...

HP snaps up ConteXtream, bolsters SDN, NFV plans

HP said ConteXtream’s SDN controller will boost NFV plans Hewlett-Packard continues to bolster its network functions virtualization focus, today announcing plans to acquire ConteXtream, which is a provider of OpenDaylight-based, carrier-grade software-defined networking “fabric for NFV,” and a current HP OpenNFV partner. HP explained that ConteXtream’s...

HP stresses roadmap for NFV deployments

ORLANDO, Fla. – Network functions virtualization may be a new technology for telecom operators, but NFV has a successful history in the data center world, which Hewlett-Packard said should calm the nerves of telecom operators looking to deploy the technology. https://youtu.be/JZkZi7ueyMY Werner Schaefer, VP of network...

#TBT: DT accepts T-Mobile US offer; HP to cut 11,000 jobs … 1 year ago this week

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Report: DT...

HP bolsters NFV platforms targeting communication providers

NFV platform updates look to support commercial deployments Hewlett-Packard bolstered its network functions virtualization platforms with the launch of numerous updates designed to ease the transition to virtualized services for telecom operators. The updates include the launch of its HP NFV System, which the company said...

MediaTek unveils $300M venture fund

MediaTek revealed plans for a $300 million venture fund for investing in startups. The Taiwanese chipset maker simultaneously launched a new investment arm known as MediaTek Ventures as a vehicle for the fund, which will target the "Internet of Things," Internet infrastructure and services and...

#MWC15: Telefónica, HP strike NFV deal

Telefónica to tap HP’s OpenNFV platform to drive NFV, SDN, cloud transformation Spain-based telecommunications giant Telefónica reported a partnership with Hewlett-Packard to act as the technology provider and systems integrator for Telefónica’s virtualization infrastructure, which is dubbed UNICA. That program will see the telecom operator...

Software: OpenDaylight Project announced 14 SDN, NFV related internships

The OpenDaylight Project announced the availability of 14 internships as part of its 2015 Internship Program. The offer is said to provide “real-world development experience” targeting the software-defined networking and network function virtualization fields, which OpenDaylight noted had more than 100 job openings at companies...

TM Forum DD: HP expands NFV support

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Hewlett-Packard continues to push into the network function virtualization space, announcing new features of its HP OneNFV Program it said targets telecommunication providers. The new capabilities include NFV Director 2.0, virtualized mobile core, HP API Management and HP Multimedia Services...

Software: Cisco snags virtualized EPC deal; HP offers app test solution

Software is becoming an increasingly important part of telecommunication networks and deployments as both wired and wireless carriers look to add functionality to operations while increasing simplicity and reducing costs. RCR Wireless News is keeping an eye on recent developments through its weekly “Software”...

HP bolsters SDN-based cloud platform

Computing giant Hewlett-Packard is looking to grow its network virtualization business, announcing a distributed cloud network platform based on software-defined networking technology. The SDN-based solution targets service providers and large organizations. HP said the service will allow customers to automatically deploy “secure cloud networks” across...

Software: HP snaps up cloud software provider

Software is becoming an increasingly important part of telecommunication networks and deployments as both wired and wireless carriers look to add functionality to operations while increasing simplicity and reducing costs. RCR Wireless News is keeping an eye on recent developments through its weekly “Software”...

Wind River, HP tap cloud program to further NFV development

Partnerships have become an important aspect shaping the telecommunications software market, as companies look to bolster their ideas in the space with the help of friends. The latest to expand its network is Wind River, which announced Hewlett-Packard had joined its Titanium Cloud partner program launched...

Reality Check: Apple + IBM: A hand-in-glove fit?

Many times when partnerships are announced between two companies at the end of a quarter, I think it’s a diversion – a “mega-corporate” Jedi mind trick.

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