The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat® blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.
IN THE NEWS:
Forbes - Soft cellular, Red Hat dials into 5G with NVIDIA
Now celebrating a new union and technical bond, Red Hat and NVIDIA are working to deliver Radio Access Network (RAN) deployments on industry-standard servers across cloud computing instances or all shapes.
OMRON chooses Red Hat OpenShift for industrial operational technology edge solutions
With Red Hat OpenShift, OMRON will be able to expand business offerings and deploy applications at the edge with enhanced productivity at manufacturing facilities.
CHECK IT OUT:
Fierce Wireless - Dell lassos Red Hat for its telco infrastructure block program
This week, Dell announced that Red Hat joined its infrastructure blocks program. Red Hat’s software will now be one of three options that customers can choose for the cloud platform software layer of their stack.
ON THE BLOG:
How the Kepler project is working to advance environmentally-conscious efforts
Kepler, or Kubernetes-based Efficient Power Level Exporter, is a project founded by Red Hat’s emerging technologies group with early contributions from IBM Research and Intel. It is a community-driven, open source project that captures power-use metrics across a wide range of platforms, focusing on reporting, reduction and regression so enterprises can better understand energy consumption.
Telecoms.com - Red Hat and Samsung seek to help operators cope with vRAN ramp-up
As commercial vRAN deployments take off, open source software specialist Red Hat is working with Samsung on a new solution to help telcos scale their virtualized infrastructure.
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