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Google reduces Cloud latency with updated Andromeda SDN stack

Video: Moving to the cloud? There’s more than Amazon, Microsoft, and Google Google on Wednesday took the wraps off latest version of its Andromeda, the a software-defined network (SDN) stack that underpins the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With this release, packets on the network are able to securely bypass the ...

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T-Mobile, Sprint call it quits on merger talks

T-Mobile and Sprint won’t be merging after all. The companies said Saturday in a statement that they have ceased merger talks because they “were unable to find mutually agreeable terms.” T-Mobile and Sprint have been rumored to be merger partners for years. The latest round of talks got so close ...

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Cisco rolls out new storage networking telemetry capabilities

Cisco is introducing the MDS 9132T switch. Cisco on Thursday is introducing a series of new storage area networking (SAN) options that use built-in telemetry to help customers better analyze SAN operational performance. First, Cisco is rolling out a new 32Gbps storage fabric switch, which enables customers to scale from ...

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Telstra launches second-gen Telstra TV

(Image: Telstra) Telstra has launched the second iteration of its Telstra TV media streaming box, announcing that it has “united” search functions across free-to-air (FTA), subscription TV, and on-demand streaming services, with the box launching on October 31. The newest Telstra TV, made by Roku, has an FTA tuner; high-efficiency ...

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Verizon Q3 solid, adds 603,000 net retail postpaid customers

Verizon said it added 603,000 net retail postpaid customers as its third quarter results topped expectations. The company reported third quarter earnings of $37 billion, or 89 cents a share, with non-GAAP earnings of 98 cents a share. Those results were a penny better than Wall Street estimates. Verizon’s earnings ...

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