Specialist data center news for North America
Google Anthos now available on Nutanix HCI
Nutanix and Google partnered to pair GKE with a ‘born in the cloud’ architecture that Anthos can work with across on-premise and cloud environments.
Widespread gaps in basic network management proficiency - study
"It is important that the network just works all the time, so our report findings are concerning."
Digital Realty moves global HQ to Dallas, Texas
While the company aims to strengthen its presence in the Texas state, Digital Realty states it will maintain a significant presence in the ‘technology hub’ of San Francisco.
Juniper Networks and Türk Telekom establish Open RAN 5G partnership
“We have been working for a long time on cutting-edge RIC technologies that will play an active role in setting global 5G standards."
Revenue from global sales of private 5G infrastructure to hit $5.7 billion in 2024
This figure represents a growth from $945 million in 2019, according to IDC’s inaugural forecast for such statistics, with a five-year CAGR of 43.4%.
FSIs use private cloud as 'stepping stone' towards ideal hybrid cloud
50% of financial services organisations (FSI) respondents say they have boosted their investment in hybrid cloud as a direct result of the pandemic.
Google Cloud & Nokia to develop 5G & network solutions for CSPs
"Cloud-native network functions and automation will enable new agility and use-cases in the 5G era.”
Confidence in public cloud grows, but challenges persist
“As organisations continue to radically transform their infrastructures and rely more on the public cloud, they are uncovering new connectivity and security challenges."
VMware chief to take the reins at Intel as new CEO
In a tweet, Gelsinger describes his time at VMware as ‘incredible, and life-changing’.
Hyperscalers & colocation fuel data center power market growth
The data center power market could be worth up to US$15 billion by 2026, driven by a boom in the creation of hyperscale data centers.
Microsoft to launch dedicated cloud service for retail sector
Microsoft Cloud for Retail is designed specifically to help retailers turn data into insights through various Microsoft services.
Oracle releases new version of converged database
Telcos plagued by DNS attacks, but budgets should focus elsewhere
“What is most attacked, or hardest to defend, is not always the same."
IDC: Public cloud IT infrastructure revenue growth remained strong in third quarter of 2020
Meanwhile, investments in traditional, non-cloud, IT infrastructure declined -8.3% year over year in 3Q20.
Teradata Vantage arrives on Microsoft Azure Marketplace
Teradata has announced an additional purchasing channel for Teradata Vantage on Azure - the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Bluebird Network takes over ColoHub Data Center in Iowa
The data center was previously owned by Geneseo Communications.
Former VMware COO jumps ship to Nutanix as new CEO; VMware begins litigation
Former VMware COO Rajiv Ramaswami has been caught up in litigation from his former employer, which alleges that he breached contractual obligations after jumping ship to Nutanix as its new CEO.
Hitachi Vantara makes play at midsized market with latest offerings
Hitachi Vantara has announced the expansion of its E Series line of high performance NVMe all-flash arrays, additions to the HNAS family of NAS solutions, and introduced the Hitachi Virtual Storage as a Service aimed at midsized enterprises.
Siemon continues family tradition with newest CEO and president
The Siemon Company, a global network infrastructure specialist, has announced Henry Siemon is the company’s new president and CEO, effective 1 January 2021.
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Data center power market set to reach US$15 billion by 2026
The Global Market Insights report finds that the widespread adoption of IoT and cloud computing technologies among enterprises is propelling the market growth.
JetStream launches disaster recovery software, with support for Azure
JetStream will integrate its offerings with Microsoft to deliver new DR capabilities for Microsoft Azure VMware Solution, employing JetStream DR software along with Azure Blob Storage.
NordVPN caters to growing demand with server upgrade
NordVPN has announced it is upgrading its network to 10Gbps servers, with the intention of bringing NordVPN users better performance and maximum speed.
Aruba unveils new solutions to streamline IT deployment
IT organisations are not prepared to meet the rapidly changing demands of network connectivity in handling data.
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Frost & Sullivan: 5G fixed wireless access poised to mimic 4G success
4G fixed wireless access (FWA) is now being delivered through 406 mobile operators in 164 countries around the world, but now is the time for 5G to mimic the same successes.
Samsung and IBM announce massive collaboration
Together, the companies intend to explore new 5G, edge and hybrid cloud solutions to improve operational efficiency, safety, and flexibility for the enterprise.
Infradata deploys BroadForward Signaling Transfer Point at BICS
"The deployment of the BroadForward STP gives us the signaling intelligence we need to enable much faster service adaptation to the specific needs of our roaming partners around the world."
HPE set to launch HPC offerings through GreenLake
HPE states that it will first offer an HPC service based on HPE Apollo systems, combined with storage and networking technologies.
Twitter chooses AWS to provide its global cloud infrastructure
Under a two-year deal signed by the two companies, Twitter will leverage AWS’s infrastructure for the first time to deliver millions of tweets a day, in an effort to scale their service in 2021.