Take a Network Break! Dell Technologies is heading back to the public market, Vodafone tests a whitebox optical switch, and an LTE vulnerability rears its head.
Diane Bryant leaves Google Cloud after less than a year. Is Intel beckoning?
A Swedish private equity firm spins out SUSE, Micron products get banned in China, ZTE shuffles its executive ranks to comply with US requirements, and China approves Marvell’s acquisition of Cavium.
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Dell moves to go public, spurns IPO – Reuters
Vodafone begins its trek with Voyager – Cumulus Networks Blog
Breaking LTE on Layer Two – Alter Attack
Swedish Private Equity Fund Acquires SUSE for $2.5B – SDX Central