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Nokia Bell Labs opens competition for ideas with power to disrupt future of human experience by 10 fold

Fourth annual competition seeks top global innovators and researchers with 'Future X' technology ideas to improve the human experience more
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  • GSMA urges policymakers to advance the digital economy in new... more

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IBM and Salesforce announce landmark global strategic partnership

IBM and Salesforce announced a global strategic partnership to deliver joint solutions designed to leverage artificial intelligence and enable companies to make smarter decisions, faster than ever before more
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  • CERN selects T-Systems and Huawei for European Hybrid Cloud... more

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Unicorns and baby unicorns – So adorable but where do they go from here?

Billion-dollar startups are the talk of the town; a unicorn´s CEO can´t sneeze without it showing up on Valleywag, or the founder being parodied on the hit TV show, “Silicon Valley”. Meanwhile, everyone is watching the baby unicorns, the next-generation startups that appear to be on the fast-track to a massive valuation. Not yet household names outside the venture and tech communities, the baby unicorns represent tremendous potential for their investors. Or do they? And there are the reliable technology leaders – not unicorns, not baby unicorns, perhaps not even startups. Solid performers who generate innovation…and revenues. How do they all fit together in the fast-moving industry? more
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What benefits do Open Source, SDN, NFV, and new cloud standards bring to the networking industry?

Remember proprietary networks – where you were expected to buy everything from a single provider (and its certified partners)? Those were the good old days for those proprietary vendors’ shareholders and investors, but they were a nightmare for customers who wanted to be free to choose the best solutions, embrace cutting-edge innovation, mix-and-match different capabilities and price points, and avoid the dreaded vendor lock-in. The good news is that proprietary networks are dead, dead, dead more
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  • Virtualizing the Gi-LAN – Do’s and don’ts... more

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