Daily Roundup: Nokia Slashes Jobs – SDxCentral

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“The plans we are announcing today are expected to lead to headcount reductions globally,” the company said in a statement. Read more.

Equinix dominates the colocation market with more than 200 data centers in 55 markets globally. But these are typically huge facilities located in major internet hubs. Read more.

The combo allows enterprises to more easily migrate workloads from their IBM-powered, on-premises environments into Google’s Cloud. Read more.

The deal comes after a dismal second half of 2019 that saw the company’s stock prices plunge from a high of $42 a share to $11 in December. Read more.

Masergy wants to make it easier for its SD-WAN customers to identify and address unauthorized use of software-as-a-service apps. Read more.

5G network sharing deals have gained momentum as carriers look to decrease the cost of deploying and operating those networks. Read more.

With more people looking for vulnerabilities, the safer and more secure Kubernetes will be, explained Google’s Maya Kaczorowski and Tim Allclair. Read more.

AT&T plans to equip the base with 5G infrastructure to support more than 40,000 Air Force personnel, family members, and retirees that live on base or in the immediate surrounding areas. Read more.

For the U.S. government to share its discovery of a critical vulnerability with a vendor is exceptionally rare if not unprecedented,” said Amit Yoran, CEO of Tenable. Read more.

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