HPE, Alphabet, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Oracle, Liberty Global and NetApp are set to exit the edge computing technology provider.

Semiconductor producer AMD agreed on Monday to acquire US-based edge computing technology provider Pensando in a $1.9bn deal allowing corporates Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Equinix, Alphabet, Ericsson, NetApp, Oracle, Liberty Global and Qualcomm to exit. Pensando has developed a distributed, programmable processor and software platform to help customers’ existing network architecture function more like cloud…

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