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China moves to ban foreign computer equipment and software: Report

  The Chinese government has instructed all government offices and public institutions to remove foreign computer equipment and software within the next three years, The Financial Times reported. The decision by Beijing would certainly impact U.S. firms including Microsoft, Dell and HP, according to the report. The...

#TBT: Germany bans Facebook ‘likes’, HP kills Palm, Google picks up Moto … 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! Germany gives Facebook...

Computex: NXP securing the edge, Qualcomm pushing always-on PCs

Qualcomm pushing for acquisition of NXP As Qualcomm continues its bid to acquire Dutch silicon firm NXP, the two major global companies this week in Taipei, Taiwan, for the annual Computex event, made big product and partner announcements that highlight the reach, in terms of...

Leveraging LTE for an always-on PC

MAUI, Hawaii--Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 mobile platform is a fundamental part of most smartphones. Now that same technology is coming to personal computers. At the Snapdragon Technology Summit, ASUS and HP announced new PCs billed as always-on--no waiting for the OS to kick-in; open the...

HPE CEO Meg Whitman stepping down

Whitman to remain on HPE board of directors Meg Whitman took the reins of HP in September 2011, and navigated the company through a split into HP, which sells PCs ands and printers, and HPE, which focuses on enterprise technology enablement. Effective Feb. 1, 2018,...

Wi-Fi as a service helps future-proof enterprise networks

Enterprise IT departments have learned a lot about wireless in recent years, with one of the primary things being technology changes fast. While many corporate technology buyers are evaluating the costs and benefits of 802.11ac Wi-Fi, chipmakers are already touting their 802.11ad solutions that...

Verizon customers call on FCC, White House funds smart cities … 5 things to know today

5 things to know today 1. Verizon Wireless is investigating customer complaints of surging data-use charges. According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Federal Communications Commission saw a 10-fold increase last month in customer complaints about Verizon Wireless cellphone bills. The FCC is referring many of...

Samsung and HP in $1B deal, Ericsson and Intel partner for video … 5 things to know today

1. Samsung is selling its printer business to Hewlett-Packard for $1.05 billion. HP's printer and cartridge businesses have been slipping as customers substitute files on mobile devices for printed documents. Samsung, meanwhile, has tried hard to position itself at the center of the mobile revolution,...

IoT-centric, usage-based insurance set to surge

IoT-centric, usage-based insurance is finally coming of age and it is turning the traditional car insurance sector upside down. "Internet of Things" adoption in various vertical markets is set to disrupt traditional industries by introducing new business models. IoT-centric, usage-based insurance, which uses real-time information...

HP to target service providers with video optimization partnership

VoIP veteran Charlie Vogt sees $40 billion market for video optimization and delivery, partners with HPE Video optimization has received a bad wrap lately, but carriers and other service providers know it is the reality of IP-based video delivery. "Nobody's getting uncompressed video," explained Charlie Vogt,...

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...

NFV and SDN trends in 2015, and what to expect in 2016

On this week’s show we speak with Sonus on NFV and SDN trends we saw in 2015 and what to expect in 2016 For this week’s featured interview, we spoke with Myk Konrad, VP of go-to-market for Sonus, to get his insight into the major...

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...

Dell goes all in on IT

AUSTIN, Texas – This year’s Dell World opened with the buzz of Dell’s proposed $67 billion merger with IT giant EMC still ringing in everyone’s ears. The acquisition makes it clear the Austin, Texas-based company is all in on IT. At the opening press conference,...

HP CEO reacts to Dell-EMC enterprise move

Dell is a major HP competitor in the enterprise market; HP is approaching a split that will spin-off HP Enterprise as standalone company Dell has agreed to buy EMC in what could be the biggest tech takeover in history. The size of the buyout will...

#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...

AT&T media deal, iPhone virus … 5 things to know today

1. AT&T has signed a long-term content deal with Viacom. The new contract brings together AT&T's U-Verse and DirecTV networks, which previously had separate contracts with Viacom. The company says the combined properties make it the largest pay TV provider in the world. Viacom owns...

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...

AT&T ups data, Comcast goes nationwide … 5 things to know today

Comcast will take on the telcos, and AT&T will offer two versions of the new iPhones 1. Comcast says it wants the cable industry to come together to combat AT&T and Verizon Communications. Specifically, the company wants other cable players to support Comcast in its...

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...

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...

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