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HPE, RedHat announce GreenLake collaboration

Hewlett Packard Enterprise says Red Hat's latest software is coming to its GreenLake Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) platform.

KDDI uses HPE server for O-RAN 5G SA virtualized base stations in Japan

KDDI recently claimed to have turned on the world’s first commercial 5G SA O-RAN site in Japan Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that Japanese telco KDDI is using the HPE ProLiant DL110 Gen10 Plus Telco server for the commercial network operation of O-RAN compliant 5G...

Samsung looks to drive vRAN adoption with partner-based approach

Dell, HPE, Intel, Red Hat, Wind River working with Samsung on multi-vendor "solution roadmaps" Samsung Networks has been at the front of the push toward virtualization of radio access networks and is now working with key hardware, software and silicon partners to conduct interoperability...

HPE and Qualcomm announcement signifies the role of cloud and telco collaboration in Open RAN (Analyst Angle)

The talk of the outsized role of cloud players in Open RAN is as old as talk of Open RAN itself. After prolonged anticipation, the collaboration between traditional telco and cloud players is finally coming to fruition. The recent HPE and Qualcomm announcement about...

HPE, Qualcomm taking on Open RAN performance, TCO

Qualcomm inline accelerator card tapped for Open RAN virtualized distributed units Along with the gaining traction of commoditized telecom hardware and disaggregated Open RAN architectures, HPE is leaning into the telecom market with the creation of a Communications Technology Group and development of its Open...

Japanese telco Optage trials ‘Local 5G’ services with HPE 5G solutions

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that Optage, a Japanese telecommunications provider, has selected HPE 5G Core Stack for its trial of a private 5G network, the former firm said in a release. Optage is testing the viability of "Local 5G" networks to meet business customer...

HPE software problem spikes 77 TB of Kyoto University research

HPE has acknowledged a December software bug that ended up deleting 77TB of research data on a Kyoto University Cray/HPE supercomputer

HPE, Azure bring hybrid cloud on-prem for Japanese cloud revitalization

NTT has tapped HPE and Microsoft Azure to provide hybrid cloud services to Japanese businesses looking for on-prem and edge solutions.

Open RAN update: UK focused on integration testing; HPE unveils solution stack

SONIC program launches with eight Open RAN vendors and integration specialists Open RAN is gaining traction in the U.K. with Vodafone trialing out disaggregated radio stacks in rural parts of its network and now, a government-back program is gearing up to focus on testing hardware/software...

Will 5G Change the World? Phil Mottram, HPE (Ep. 29)

RCR Wireless News · Will 5G Change the World? Phil Mottram, HPE (Ep. 29) This week Phil Mottram, HPE's vice president and general manager of the Communications Technology Group, discusses the future of network slicing, the role of edge computing in 5G monetization, emerging dynamics...

SK Telecom, Samsung, HPE, Intel partner on 5G NFV development

  Korean carrier SK Telecom and compatriot company Samsung Electronics announced that they signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Intel for cooperation in the commercialization of an evolved 5G network functions virtualization platform. Under the terms of the agreement, the...

As telcos go cloud-native with 5G, HPE sees opportunity from core to edge

HPE 5G Lab meant to facilitate multi-vendor integration, interoperability In previous generations of cellular, HPE has largely focused its telco core network efforts on subscriber data management. But with 5G designed as a cloud-native network from core to edge, the company sees a much bigger...

HPE unveils as-a-service 5G portfolio

HPE honing focus on telcos with cloud-native solutions Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced a new portfolio of as-a-service offerings to help telecommunications companies build and deploy open 5G networks, the firm said in a release. The company said that the new portfolio will accelerate telcos’ path...

Samsung demos standalone 5G core interoperability

In a new step toward an ecosystem for standalone 5G, Samsung has demonstrated multi-vendor interoperability in a 5G SA core. Samsung has been collaborating with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Openet on its 5G SA core, and the three companies said that they have achieved "successful...

HPE exec: With 5G, no one ‘really knows’ how to monetize

For 5G profitability, telcos need to control capital spending Early commercial 5G deployments are focused on pushing higher speeds to consumers with compatible devices. But, for the most part, operators have yet to delineate new service plans that reflect the massive spend that will go...

HPE edge investment– $4 billion over four years

HPE CEO discusses 5G and edge computing opportunities With virtualization and distributed compute both instrumental in the long-term success of 5G, traditional IT companies are looking to invest and return on supporting service provider roll outs of next-generation cellular systems. During the recent Dell Technologies...

New architecture of 5G is a big opportunity for IT-focused companies

For 5G, HPE focused on enabling virtualization, edge services While 5G certainly led most conversations during the recent Mobile World Congress, next in line were supporting technology sets like virtualization and edge computing. At a high level, to successfully build out 5G, operators will need...

Cloud-native VNFs for 5G highlighted in HPE, Deutsche Telekom proof-of-concept

Cloud-native approach necessary to deal with complexity of 5G As it continues to develop, 5G will eventually require a fully virtualized, software-controlled network in order to automate the complexity of network management and service delivery. Although we're not there yet, test and proofs-of-concept like Deutsche...

On-premise enterprise data center investment booming, report says

Private networks another potential boon to enterprise data center segment Adoption of cloud-based services has long been transforming the way business functions. In addition to investing big to access public cloud's like those operated by Google and Amazon, investments in on-premise enterprise data center infrastructure...

As intelligent edge computing gains momentum, HPE investing $4 billion

HPE CEO on importance of edge computing: 'Data is our most valuable asset' While there's variation in how you define the edge—is it a consumer device, an enterprise LAN, a physical location, all three?—there's clearly consensus that it's going to be a big deal, as...

HPE’s intelligent automation suite kicks off announcements from Digital Transformation World

HPE's intelligent automation announcement got the ball rolling at TM Forum's annual gathering in Nice. Given that the show is titled Digital Transformation World, expect a deluge of similar messaging in the coming days. HPE announced a new suite of management tools aimed at helping...

Portworx, HPE leverage Kubernetes with reference configuration solution

Portworx and HPE deliver joint solution for stateful containers Portworx and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) recently debuted a solution-based reference configuration, which enables enterprises to launch stateful container workloads with Kubernetes. Containers are a lightweight form of virtualization, which break down monolithic applications into small chunks...

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,...

Pay-as-you-go model inspires HPE, Rackspace private cloud

HPE and Rackspace bring pay-as-you-go service to OpenStack Private Cloud Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Rackspace announced they have partnered to provide OpenStack Private Cloud as a pay-as-you-go service. According to the companies, this is the industry’s first pay-as-you-go OpenStack private cloud. “The launch of OpenStack...

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