Cloud service providers seek to expand footprint in 2020
2020 will bring a move from capacity consumption to expansion for cloud service providers around the world.
Digital Fortress leases Seattle data center space
Lanner Electronics brings hyperconvergence to Open Compute Project
HPE, VMware announce Cloud Foundation as a Service
HPE's Aitken supercomputer shoots for the moon
Google Cloud rolls out Cloud Dataproc on Kubernetes
Five winning strategies for VMware in 2019
Zadara adds NVMe-as-a-service to enterprise storage platform
Zadara upgraded its fully managed enterprise storage-as-a-service (STaaS) platform to include critical enhancements such as NVMe.
Rubrik enters data governance and disaster recovery orchestration market
Sonar addresses the intensifying risk of data privacy breaches and compliance penalties by applying machine learning to discover sensitive data.
Renesas launches IoT Cloud Kit with AWS integration
Semiconductor solutions provider Renesas has created a new cloud kit for IoT endpoint devices that connect directly to Amazon Web Services.
New Schneider tool helps discern value of Li-ion
Schneider Electric’s TradeOff Tool delivers detailed cost and energy advantages of lithium-ion cells versus VRLA batteries.
PacketFabric receives $75m investment to expand beyond US
Digital Alpha Advisors, LLC will invest the $75 million into PacketFabric, which will help PacketFabric rapidly scale in the United States and internationally.
Soft skills increasingly important for IT career growth – SolarWinds survey
SolarWinds conducted a survey and had responses from 177 technology professionals from across the globe, including those from public and private sectors.
VMware's open pledge to help partners and customers make their mark
Technology is neither good nor bad, but it’s often how we shape it. Will technology shape the world we want to live in? Or will it create a world we’re afraid to live in?
HPE offers new way of accelerating AI & ML lifecycle
HPE is throwing its weight behind a new way to shrink the time required to deploy machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) workloads from months to mere days.
20 by 2020: Oracle Cloud's ambitious global expansion
Oracle has bold plans to launch 20 new cloud regions by 2020, equating to one region every 33 days for the next 15 months.
IBM launches data privacy platform for hybrid multicloud environments
The IBM z15 will enable customers to manage who can access data via policy-based controls such as encryption, cloud-native deployment, instant recovery, and data-centric privacy controls.
Cloudscene's data center leaderboard: Who made the cut?
CenturyLink entered the EMEA top 10 scoreboard for the first time, and Spark New Zealand also made its inaugural entrance into the Oceania top 10 rankings at number four.
Gartner: IoT market growth shows no sign of slowing
Utilities will be the highest user of IoT endpoints, totalling 1.17 billion endpoints in 2019, and increasing 17% in 2020 to reach 1.37 billion.
Citrix and Palo Alto Networks team up on SD-WAN protection
The collaboration aims to enable easy deployment and management of next-generation firewalls within Citrix SD-WAN.
Google rolls out new Anthos capabilities for cloud
Anthos now features Service Mesh that connects, manages, and secures microservices; as well as Cloud Run for Anthos, which enables organisations to run stateless workloads on a fully-managed Anthos environment.
Wipro and Google Cloud expand partnership to drive cloud adoption
Wipro’s industry-focused solutions, with Google Cloud technologies embedded at their core, will enable enterprises to future-proof their IT investments.
SolarWinds announces updates to web performance monitoring products
With the improved functionalities, technology professionals managing every type of environment can monitor website availability and performance.
Google's new approach to machine learning without the privacy worries
We look at a fascinating new approach to machine learning that Google is taking.
VMware & NVIDIA bolster GPU services for high-performance computing
NVIDIA and VMware are putting their collective forces behind improving GPU services to power intensive machine learning, data science, and artificial intelligence workflows for VMware Cloud on AWS.
Western Digital unveils 20TB mechanical HDDs
Select customers will be able to sample Western Digital’s 18TB Ultrastar DC HC550 CMR HDD and the 20TB Ultrastar DC HC650 SMR HDD, with full production expected to begin in the first half of 2020.