Good news for local techies: Cisco announced Monday that it released a free distribution of OpenStack, an open source cloud platform. The software includes virtual networking developed through the OpenStack Quantum Project, which allows users to operate their own cloud network infrastructure. The announcement came at the OpenStack Design Summit, which is meeting this week in San Diego.
On Thursday, Cisco accused Huawei Technologies Co. of misstating facts is a 2003 copyright infringement case. To prove it, they released a disputed source code from a previously sealed document. But Huawai denied the claim, stating that the source code came from a third party. Right now, Huawei is in hot water with the U.S. House Intelligence Committee, which said China could use its equipment to engage in espionage and encouraged the U.S. to stop using any products made by the company.
Dialogic, a Milpitas-based provider of products and technologies that enhance the mobile experience, was nominated to receive a Telecom Asia Readers’ Choice Award in the Category of Bandwidth Optimization Innovation of the Year. The editors of Telecom Asia made the choose based on factors such as quality of innovation and contribution to technology advancement, market acceptance, revenue growth, and industry leadership.
Milpitas tech market watchers, tune in: SanDisk will be announcing their third quarter results this Thursday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Those interested in the conference call can dial 719-457-2086, with the password 1746867, at least 10 minutes before the call begins. SanDisk, a leader in flash memory storage solutions, reported a second quarter year-to-year decline of 25 percent on July 19.
Last week, Milpitas-based ABBYY FlexiCapture Engine 10 announced their next generation data capture and document classification software development kit (SDK). Through the kit, developers are able to easily process documents and extract information from invoices, contracts, and forms.