AddOn Networks' latest release enables higher bandwidth
AddOn Networks has launched a range of optical transceivers with the intention to upgrade 400G and 100G infrastructure worldwide.
Databricks launches new features for data analytics platform
ITU encourages ICT sector to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
HP CEO: "Please stay safe" during coronavirus outbreak
COVID-19: Sunbird Software offers data center monitoring to healthcare
Alibaba Cloud connects medical pros around the world during COVID-19
ProLabs announces suite to bolster 400G migration
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Top vendors collaborate to advance data centre tech
Ranovus has entered into a strategic collaboration with IBM, TE Connectivity and Senko Advanced Components with key focus on advancing data centre technology for global customers.
ThousandEyes launches outage map as internet usage explodes during COVID-19 outbreak
"Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been inundated with requests from businesses, industry analysts and other various parties wanting to get a better understanding of global internet health during these trying times."
Mellanox launches new Ethernet switches for next-gen data centres
Mellanox says the Ethernet switch is optimised for cloud, Ethernet storage fabric and AI applications through its support from Spectrum-3.
Schneider Electric launches data centre cooling solution for the edge
“Simply put, our new vendor-neutral, rack mounted cooling solution is right-sized for edge micro data centres and provides the right answer for cooling today's critical edge technology."
UN telecommunications agency launches global platform to fortify countries' networks
The platform set out by the ITU today aims to assist policy-makers, regulators and telecommunication companies by sharing ‘best practices and initiatives put in place during the COVID-19 crisis'.
CommsChoice expands routing capability to support UC future
The company focused on expanding its Session Border Controller (SBC) network in several locations: Sydney, Singapore, London, Frankfurt, San Jose and Virginia.
37% of mobile operators to deploy 5G standalone by 2022
The survey reveals a gradual move away from non-standalone (NSA) deployments, which introduces 5G networks, but are aided by existing 4G networks.
Mellanox to acquire security firm Titan IC Systems
Titan IC Systems develops network intelligence technology that supports search and big data analytics across data centers worldwide.
High-speed fibre now makes up half of fixed Internet in nine OECD countries
Overall, fibre broadband connections have increased 3% from 24% to 27% in the space of one year, indicating that it is still a slow process for many countries.
Security, compliance beat cost in healthcare cloud concerns
Nutanix report shows healthcare industry plans to ramp up hybrid cloud adoption to secure patient data and ensure regulatory compliance.
Leaseweb adds AMD hardware to global data center servers
According to Leaseweb, the servers will enable the company to meet market demand for hybrid cloud infrastructure requirements.
Equinix launches fourth data centre in Singapore, backed by US$74m
The new facility has received an initial investment of US$74 million and is designed to meet the increasing demand for interconnectivity and infrastructure that supports digital transformation and remote working.
Revenue down despite strong fourth quarter for server market
The worldwide server market had a strong fourth quarter in 2019, despite shipments and revenue declining for the full year.
DigiPlex backs Nordic region as next data centre mecca
The European data centre market is ‘overheated’ and under more pressure than ever, which is why more providers are considering the Nordic region as a place to set up shop.
Coronavirus: Alibaba Cloud delivers e-commerce to help retailers
Alibaba Cloud will deliver a series of e-commerce solutions to assist organisations that are adversely impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Microsoft bolsters threat prevention capabilities for enterprises
These capabilities centre around Microsoft Threat Protection, Azure Sentinel, and Insider Risk Management.
Data centers are not keeping up with needs - survey
Just 29% of data center decision-makers say their current facilities are meeting their needs, and only 6% say their data centers are updated ahead of their needs.
Fortinet updates FortiOS & launches next-gen firewall product
Fortinet has recently released updates to its FortiOS cybersecurity platform, as well as a new FortiGate next-generation firewall product to its portfolio.
How our publisher harnessed machine learning to overhaul Techday websites
Our publisher, Sean Mitchell, went to CoderSchool in Ho Chi Minh City to learn how to implement machine learning into Techday.
Equinix acquires Packet, looks to dominate emerging bare metal market
Equinix has completed its acquisition of Packet, a bare metal automation platform, for US$335 million. As part of the transaction, the combined company will operate the existing Packet business as Packet, an Equinix company.
Google Cloud to invest $10b in US presence in 2020
Google will invest more than $10 billion in its United States offices and data centers in 2020, Google CEO Sundar Pinchai declared last week.
Acronis deploys Western Digital storage to meet data center demand
“Western Digital is committed to providing modular and efficient platforms that we use when architecting multi-petabyte style environments for our customers."
Data traffic soars as world turns to internet for work & play
Video conferencing traffic and the overall amount of data traffic crisscrossing the world rises steadily while the world seeks to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.
Leading operators to create a global Telco Edge Cloud Platform
China Unicom, Deutsche Telekon, EE, KDDI, Orange, SIngtel, SK Telecom, Telefonica and TIM have created a shared Telco Edge Cloud Platform with GSMA support.
Nutanix rolls out new capabilities for big data workloads
Nutanix has extended its Nutanix platform with new features around big data and analytics, as well as unstructured data storage. The new capabilities will be part of the Nutanix Objects 2.0.
Oracle Cloud supports vast live streaming market
The market, which is expected to represent 82% of all internet traffic this year according to Go-Globe, is creating new possibilities for streaming providers and the infrastructure that supports them.
Supermicro reveals new outdoor systems for data centers
Supermicro says the new systems are ideal for harsh outdoor environments and support the industry's movement toward open-source software and disaggregated hardware.
Huawei’s solution for streamlining data centre construction
The company’s new offering provides services to support the design, build and operation of Tier-4 data centres.
Data center construction looks towards liquid cooling power
Key trends in data center construction include efforts to reduce power consumption and carbon emissions, improve operations, and the deployment of liquid cooling to support AI and big data analytics.
Aruba launches new global cloud data centre with Cogent
Aruba has activated a new global cloud data centre, based at its technology campus on the outskirts of Milan and provided by internet service provider Cogent.
Cyber threats, rising costs, cloud integration - Dell reveals data trends
Results from Dell's Global Data Protection Index indicate the advances in data technologies, while potentially lucrative, also present significant issues for organisations.
R&M announces sales are up, but profit is down for 2019
R&M has announced it has experienced increased sales in 2019, reaching CHF276.7 million, with sites now in the US East Coast and China.
Talend appoints new APAC customer success director
"He will focus on building our customer lifecycle engagement framework and building the customer success playbook for the region."
Leveling the business playing field for women
8% of women leading businesses in New Zealand are in companies with fewer than 10 employees, and that they operate smaller businesses than their male counterparts.
Mines, underwater, outer space - the weirdest data centers on Earth and beyond
Demand for data is exploding, and data center leaders are getting creative in building new facilities. Here are the most unusual locations for data centers around the world.
Schneider Electric ramps up investment for edge solutions in Australia
Schneider Electric has welcomed a new person to the team to help Australian partners to accelerate the adoption of edge solutions and support end customers looking to implement complex edge solutions.
Shell co-develops liquid immersion cooling fluid with Asperitas
According to Shell, the fluid is specifically designed to reduce energy costs and emissions due to its properties in thermodynamics, cooling efficiency, and emissions.