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Technology ReviewShould you purchase the Amazon Echo? I bought one and I’m very glad I did. Perhaps you’d like to meet my Echo and learn what she does for our family all day earlier than deciding if this straightforward-to-use personal assistant is a good alternative for you.

DevOps – an interactive strategy to product management, improvement, deployment and operation – has an important function to play in serving to tools distributors and telecom operators meet 5G necessities. In light of this, Ericsson has labored carefully with open source communities equivalent to OPNFV and educational partners to outline DevOps as it applies to subsequent-era telecom networks, figuring out the specific steps of the DevOps cycle which can be most related for 5G infrastructure. This work has resulted within the creation of a DevOps reference pipeline for a 5G enterprise slice, as well as processes and advanced options supporting dynamically software program-defined network …

Steve Blank The Gordian Knot Center for National Security Innovation at Stanford

penitus cogitare, cito agere – think deeply, act quickly

75 years ago, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) helped kickstart innovation in Silicon Valley with a series of grants to Fred Terman, Dean of Stanford’s Engineering school. Terman used the money to set up the Stanford Electronics Research Lab. He staffed it with his lab managers who built the first electronic warfare and electronic intelligence systems in WWII. This lab pushed the envelope of basic and applied research in microwave devices and electronics and within a few short years made Stanford a leader in these fields. The lab became ground zero for the wave of Stanford’s entrepreneurship and innovation in the 1950’s and 60’s and helped form what would later be called Silicon Valley.

75 years later, ONR just laid down a bet again, one we believe will be equally transformative. They’re the first sponsors of the new Gordian Knot