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Versa takes SD-WAN south of the border with MCM

Versa CMO Mike Wood says the entire Latin American region is the 'next major growth area' for SD-WAN.

Omdia's Dario Talmesio: Big enterprise 5G opportunities

In this overview of what's happening in the 5G market, Omdia Principal Analyst & Practice Leader Dario Talmesio discusses the 5G deployments to date, the biggest enterprise vertical opportunities and how Apple's products will kickstart 5G consumer acceptance.

Orange faces staff dissent about 5G on eve of France's auction

Ahead of France's September 29 5G spectrum auction, Orange SA faces internal staff dissent about 5G's profitability and environmental impact.

Fujitsu flags efforts to tackle facial recognition fraud

Japan-based technology firm aims to improve trust in facial recognition software by making it easier to block fraud.

Huawei loses groundbreaking global patents case in London

English courts can set licensing rates for global standard essential patents, says Unwired Planet v Huawei, a decision that positions London as a patent hub.

US cable could mount a comeback in biz services – analysts

The commercial wireline units of big telcos have fared well during the pandemic, but cable ops are poised to benefit as SMBs evaluate their needs, which could stimulate switching providers and the adoption of new services.

Security is top concern for enterprises deploying SD-WAN – report

Security was the top consideration for companies considering purchasing SD-WAN services, with 70% reporting this as a key concern.

Leading Lights 2020: The Awards

Light Reading's editors congratulate the finalists and announce the winners of the 2020 Leading Lights awards.

Podcast: BT Security's Kevin Brown on remote working and human firewalls

BT Security's Kevin Brown joins the podcast to discuss remote working in a pandemic, including all the risks, changes and advantages the 'new normal' has for service providers. We'll also cover BT's concept of a 'human firewall' and how companies can prioritize their security approach based on people, not technology.

Will MEF's definition give SASE its groove back?

MEF hopes to clear the air by fleshing out a definition for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) services – dubbed MEF W117 – and deliver a framework to standardize SASE services based on MEF's current standardization work on SD-WAN, security and automation.

Huawei running out of chips, but not out of options

China tech giant Huawei is in a race to find a new source of high-end chips, after the US chip manufacture ban takes effect from September 15.

Qualcomm wins appeal in long-running FTC antitrust case

US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturns 2019 ruling wireless technology company Qualcomm broke antitrust law with "unreasonably high" royalties for IP.

Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Most Innovative SD-WAN Product Strategy

Six companies – Amdocs, Fortinet, Sprient Communications, Ekinops, VMware and Versa Networks (in partnership with Netcracker) – made the cut in the Most Innovative SD-WAN Product Strategy category.

Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Most Innovative SD-WAN Service

Five companies – Colt Technology Services, Comcast Business, Masergy, Verizon and CenturyLink – made the cut in the Most Innovative SD-WAN Service category.

Windstream soups up security for SD-WAN

The VNF Firewall will be hosted on the existing devices Windstream's customers use for the SD-WAN service, which is VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud hardware.

Podcast: Omdia on HPE's $925M acquisition of Silver Peak

Omdia's Cliff Grossner explains how this acquisition may impact the industry at large and shares his predictions for the SD-WAN market in the coming months.

Leading Lights 2020 Finalists: Company of the Year (Public)

Five companies – Amdocs, Ciena, CommScope, Fortinet and Vonage – made the cut in the Company of the Year (Public) category.

Juniper's Mist AI navigates fog in the WAN

The fourth generation of Juniper's Mist platform aims to utilize artificial intelligence to automate anomaly detection and take proactive actions in enterprises' WANs.

Podcast: Remote access rundown with Omdia's Rik Turner

Omdia Principal Analyst Rik Turner discusses whether SASE is the next evolution of SD-WAN and security, why ZTA is front of mind during COVID-19 and more.

BT and Ericsson behind UK's first Industry 4.0 live 5G factory

BT says the UK's first live 5G factory is now live – a fully automated Industry 4.0 system on a private network built with Ericsson kit at the W5G testbed.

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