Take a Network Break! We get an FU about coffee beans, and then dig into the giant mess that is the U.S. government’s restrictions on American tech companies doing business with Huawei.
We report on DNS observations from the RIPE 78 conference, explore new capabilities in Mellanox Ethernet switches, and discuss a new telemetry feature from Mellanox called “What Just Happened?”
HPE buys Cray for $1.3 billion, SpaceX launches a test batch of satellites for Space Internet, and IT service provider HCL exposes sensitive employee and customer information.
An industry analyst throws cold water on the notion that carrier spending on 5G will lift the fortunes of infrastructure providers, and a U.S. federal judge rules that Qualcomm violated antitrust laws.
See the links below to get more details on each story.
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Advice for Huawei Customers – National Cyber Security Centre
Huawei’s use of Android restricted by Google – BBC News
SoftBank, KDDI pull sales of new Huawei smartphones – Telegeography
Archives – RIPE 78 – RIPE
Judge Koh rules that Qualcomm violated FTC Act (FTC v. Qualcomm) – Essential Patent Blog
Qualcomm’s Practices Violate Antitrust Law, Judge Rules – Wall Street Journal