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Palo Alto to acquire CloudGenix in $420M cash deal

Palo Alto Networks will integrate CloudGenix's cloud-managed SD-WAN products to speed up onboarding of remote branches and retail stores utilizing Palo Alto's Prisma Access SASE platform.

SD-WAN security: The richness of multidimensionality

SD-WAN security services strategies possess the richness to support a programmable and multidimensional application-aware security model, writes Heavy Reading's Jim Hodges.

Eurobites: EU urges streaming giants to rein in bandwidth use

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Three revenue up but users down; Virgin Media brings the gig to UK's West Midlands; Telefónica gets Aldi connected.

Comcast, Telia among MEF's SD-WAN certified service providers

Comcast Business, PCCW Global, Spectrum Enterprise and Telia Company are the first service providers to achieve MEF 3.0 SD-WAN service certification.

Leading Lights awards deadline looms

UPDATED! Get your awards submission skates on! Entries for this year's Leading Lights awards need to be in by close of day, Friday, April 3.

Telia Carrier expands enterprise business with new SD-WAN service

Telia Carrier launches its first SD-WAN service on Cisco's Viptela platform.

Eurobites: Nokia, Telenor and Telia trial MOCN-based network-sharing in Denmark

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia cuts jobs in Finland; British MP highlights Huawei 'slave labor'allegations; ECI acquired by Ribbon; 'Fitbit for cows.'

Podcast: Helmut Reisinger, CEO of Orange Business Services

The IT and integration side of Orange has been touting its credentials as an option for enterprises that need help managing multi-cloud environments. Reisinger weighs in on what it means to be network native, how OBS stands out from its competition and what a company that size does to prepare for the business impact of the new coronavirus and the reality that we're all suddenly a lot less mobile.

SD-WAN security: Cloud integration branches out

New Heavy Reading study looks at the business opportunity in cloud-based managed security services.

Telefónica takes indirect stake in SD-WAN startup flexiWAN

Late last year, Telefónica said it would be testing flexiWAN's SD-WAN technology on white-box CPEs.

Cable operators and edge computing: Where and why?

Cable providers need to ask themselves some basic questions about edge computing so they can start developing strategies for leveraging this critical technology.

Aryaka CEO Matt Carter: The state of SD-WAN and secure communications

Matt Carter, president and CEO at SD-WAN specialist Aryaka, discusses network security, market consolidation, the role of MPLS services, his company's IPO and M&A potential and why the classic Western Shane is his favorite movie of all time.

CenturyLink plugs the 'resource vortex' with automated security threat defense

With the new security feature, customers can set policies based on their specified threat criteria to block and automatically remediate security threats.

Windstream CEO: We're the largest SD-WAN provider in the country

Windstream said it now has 3,200 SD-WAN customers representing over 27,000 endpoint locations.

Bruce McClelland resurfaces as CEO of Ribbon Communications

Former Arris and CommScope exec comes aboard following recent departure of former Ribbon CEO Fritz Hobbs and Ribbon's merger with ECI.

Orange expands uCPE suite with Dell and Ekinops

Orange's Laurent Perrin says the uCPE is part of Orange's strategy to 'move in a new direction of merging the network and IT world.'

Eurobites: Nancy Pelosi warns Europe off Huawei

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange Egypt dons Red Hat for NFV; cable wars in Germany; ETSI launches fixed 5G group.

SD-WAN security: The impact of orchestrated services multiplicity

Providing open solutions that minimize vendor lock-in are keys to the continued growth of SD-WAN services, writes Heavy Reading's Jim Hodges.

Adtran takes aim at SMBs with new SD-WAN service

The new cloud-based edge router, built on Intel's x86 architecture, is targeted at small and midsized businesses and distributed enterprises that want to migrate to SD-WAN on an open, virtualized platform.

MWC2020: AT&T, Cisco, Facebook and Sprint are latest to cancel

Find out about the latest companies to have announced they won't be at this year's Mobile World Congress.

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