Mapzen, an open source mapping platform focused on map display including search and navigation, is a now a Linux Foundation project, the industry body said in a statement.
Israel-based network intelligence company Radcom has signed a three-year contract with AT&T Services.
IBM has unveiled Q System One, what the company calls, 'an integrated universal approximate quantum computing system'.
Salesforce has opened its second data center in Japan, says the company.
American Express has signed an agreement to acquire Resy, a digital restaurant reservation booking and management platform.
Japanese telecom behemoth SoftBank has selected Nokia as a strategic partner to drive its commercial 5G offering.
Spain-based Naturgy, a supplier of gas and electricity, serving more than 18-million customers in more than 30 countries, has inked a ten-year agreement with IBM to help implement a hybrid cloud strategy.
VMware has launched Carbon Avoidance Meter (CAM), a service that provides data center operators with near-real time “carbon scores”.
Singaporean blockchain company PLMP Fintech has signed an MoU with the Agency for Free Trade Zone and Free Port of Batam, and Indonesian firm Central Distribusi Batam.
Chinese mobile operators are leading the world in the deployment of transformative Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, by connecting the country's estimated 960 million devices via cellular networks, says GSMA.
Ratings and analytics company Moody’s, and Team8, a cybersecurity think tank and company creation platform, have formed a joint venture to establish a global standard for evaluating and assessing cyber risk for enterprises; the companies said in a news release.
Raytheon has been awarded a contract to develop and deploy a mission-critical, advanced Cybersecurity Operations Center and services for a country in the Middle East North Africa region.
After two quarters of decline, the worldwide PC market grew 1.5% in the second quarter of 2019, says Gartner.
Moglix, an Indian B2B commerce company, has closed a Series D funding round of $60 million.
NASA has awarded a $73.7 million contract to Made In Space, of Mountain View, California, to demonstrate the ability of a small spacecraft, called Archinaut One, to manufacture and assemble spacecraft components in low-Earth orbit.