Take a Network Break! The Trump administration proposes sanctions on a portion of Chinese tech imports, the FBI advises router reboots to help thwart the VPNFilter malware, and Huawei completes a 200Gbps backbone network in Spain.
CenturyLink becomes certified on Cisco Meraki to compete with resellers, OpenStack matures, and network engineers decry an ITU proposal to speed IPv6 deployments in emerging countries.
Apstra extends its network orchestration coverage, Cisco wrestles with how to sell cloud, VMware posts a positive financial quarter, and AT&T tests an all-weather communications drone called a Flying COW.
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Huawei and Orange Spain finalize the construction of 200 Gbps Backbone Network – Huawei Press Center
Reboot Your Router to remove VPNFilter? Why It’s Not Enough – Bleeping Computer
CenturyLink Gets Certifications for Cisco Meraki-Based Services – Channel Partners Online
OpenStack at a Crossroads – Tecosystems
OpenStack in transition – TechCrunch
2018 Vancouver OpenStack Summit – Its Not Just About OpenStack Anymore – Kumulus Technologies
RIPE Archives – RIPE
VMware Reports Fiscal 2019 First Quarter Results – VMware (PDF)