Friday, July 8, 2022

LF Networking to host ONE Summit North America in November

LF Networking will host ONE Summit North America 2022 in Seattle, Washington on November 15-16,.

The event will focus on best practices, technical challenges, and business opportunities facing decision makers across 5G, Cloud, Telco, and Enterprise Networking, as well as Edge, Access, IoT, and Core.

The event will feature an extensive program of 80+ talks covering the most important and timely topics across Networking, Access, Edge, and Cloud, with diverse options for both business and technical sessions. Presentation tracks include Industry 4.0; Security; The New Networking Stack; Operational Deployments (case studies, success & challenges); Emerging Technologies and Business Models; and more.

"We are pleased to host a rejuvenated ONE Summit, which brings the ecosystem together in-person once again," said Arpit Joshipura, general manager, Networking, Edge, and IoT, the Linux Foundation. "With a shifting industry that must embrace traditional networking now integrated across verticals such as Access, Edge, Core, and Cloud, we are eager to gather to learn, share, and iterate on the future of open collaboration."

The CFP is now open through July 29, 2022.

India probes Chinese smartphone manufacturers

On July 6th, Indian authorities raided the local offices of Vivo accusing the Chinese smartphone manufacturer of money laundering and the forgery of identity papers. Vivo accounts for an estimated 15% of the smartphone market in India.

In December 2021, similar probes were launched into Xiaomi and Oppo for alleged tax evaion.  As a result, India seized Xiaomi assets valued at US$700 million.

In February 2022, the Indian offices of Huawei were raided by tax authorities.

India has also banned or restricted more than 200 smartphone owned or developed by Chinese entities, including banning TikTok.