Seagate rolls out 18TB helium-based Exos-X18 enterprise drives
Seagate is now shipping the 18 terabyte (TB) helium-based enterprise drive, which is a new additions to Seagate’s Exos-X18 family.
Cohesity announces major expansion of data management solution
Global DDoS attacks: What they are, how they work, and how to defend against them
Nutanix enters partnership with Microsoft Azure
Juniper Networks & Netcracker roll out enterprise service automation offering
HPE, Dell tops worldwide server market - IDC
Veeam named Nutanix Go-To-Market Partner of the Year
Apstra delivers advanced IBN capabilities with latest flagship release
Apstra has announced the latest release of its flagship product, Apstra AOS, with added functionality focusing on the changing demands of the Intent-Based Networking market.
Modular data centres increasingly popular, Vertiv recognised as leader
Omdia’s research highlights that key benefits, such as the ability to scale with confidence, are driving significant growth in the adoption of PFM solutions in all geographies.
Cambium Networks' "breakthrough" in 60 GHz fixed wireless broadband
The technology can deliver ‘fibre-like’ internet speeds at a lower cost and faster time to market than last-mile wired networks.
5G Core revenues expected to hit $1b in 2020
5G core network revenues are pushing towards US$1 billion in revenue in 2020, propelled by strong investment and growth in 5G networks.
Why PUE tells only part of the data center energy efficiency story
To build the full energy efficiency story it is also important to consider power network efficiency, writes ABB Motion global HVACR product marketing manager Maria Fedorovicheva.
Infosys launches set of solutions to advance enterprise cloud strategies
"The future of enterprise cloud strategy will be shaped by three key factors - speed-to-market, innovation at scale, and security of the ecosystem - this is the foundational construct of Infosys Cobalt."
VIDAR: A new technology that could be 'bigger than 5G'
I genuinely don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say this is simply the most exciting technology to ever come out of Australia… in fact, I’m starting to wonder if this could become as big as cloud.”
QNAP new rackmount NAS designed for hybrid cloud
The quad-core TS-x32PXU series rackmount NAS includes dual 10GbE SFP+ and dual 2.5GbE for hybrid cloud environments.
NTT's data center projects buzzing in Hong Kong, India & the UK
“With Megaport’s strong portfolio of cloud service providers, the deployment of an additional PoP at our Tai Po Data Center is an important milestone."
neutrality.one selects datamena for EMEA & Asia PoP
Cloud networking company neutrality.one is pushing further into the Asia, Middle East, and Africa regions with a new point of presence (PoP) in datamena’s Dubai facility.
Vertiv ranked as a leader for modular data centre market
Omdia research reveals that the global market for prefabricated modular data centres, from the edge to the core, increased by more than 65%.
OVHcloud launches new hosted private cloud solution
OVHcloud has released its Hosted Private Cloud Premier offering, with a focus on providing competitive performance, security, isolation and location of data.
Latest VMware cloud management updates focus big on automation
VMware has added new functionality to its portfolio of VMware vRealize cloud management on-premises and software as a service (SaaS) offerings, including new AI and self-driving features.
Megaport gears up to release Virtual Edge platform
Megaport has announced the new release of Megaport Virtual Edge (MVE), a platform designed to enable SD-WAN capabilities through strategic collaboration.
Edge computing market set to explode by 2022, thanks to demand from industrial enterprises
By 2022, 90% of industrial enterprises will be utilising edge computing, with the multi-access edge computing market set to reach $7.23 billion by 2024.
Google commits to 24/7 carbon-free energy by 2030
Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pinchai says the world must act now if it has any hope avoiding the worst climate change effects.
Pure Storage acquires Portworx for $370m, extends Kubernetes services and support
Pure Storage has signed an agreement to acquire Portworx for approximately $370 million in cash, with the aim of extending Kubernetes and containers solutions and support. This deal represents Pure Storage’s largest acquisition to date.
VMware adds cloud-native support to 5G telco cloud portfolio
The 5G-ready Telco Cloud Platform supports cloud-native technology and delivers applications and services across multi-cloud infrastructure.
Rubrik extends AWS partnership with Outposts Ready designation
“Supporting AWS Outposts is a natural fit for Rubrik, as our customers innovate more with AWS. Our SI partners also play an essential role as we work together to help our customers succeed.”
NTT expands data center reach worldwide
The company announced this week that it will expand its data center capabilities in several countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, India, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States.
Ericsson bolsters 5G portfolio with $1.1b Cradlepoint buyout
Ericsson will acquire Cradlepoint to create greater market share in the enterprise 5G space, boosting Ericsson’s existing 5G portfolio that includes IoT and enterprise network solutions.
Blaize debuts new AI Edge computing offerings
The Blaize Pathfinder and Xplorer platforms, coupled with the Blaize AI Software Suite, enable developers to utilise practical and commercially viable edge AI products across edge use cases and industries.
DoiT announces Google Cloud agreement to the value of $1.5bn
Under this agreement, DoiT will deliver cloud services, including the Anthos app modernisation platform, to its global customer base through its Cloud Management Platform, including cost optimisation, and governance.
'Cloud sprawl' catches firms out during COVID disruption
Businesses worldwide have increased their IT spend this year due to the COVID pandemic, leading to new concerns around IT budgets and cost control.
Dell extends payment flexibility plan
Offers extended terms of payment for customers looking to offset challenges associated with the economic downturn.
Microsoft's underwater data center comes up for air
The data center housed 864 servers and cooling system infrastructure in a watertight steel tube that was approximately the size of a shipping container.
Telecom equipment market returns to growth in 2Q20
According to research by Dell’Oro shows that the global market is finding its feet again with vendor ranking remaining stable.
Pure releases first enterprise-grade all-QLC array
Claims the second generation of FlashArray//C makes spinning disc and hybrid arrays obsolete with low cost and operational efficiency.
Lenovo DCG releases agility-focused HCI and cloud solutions
Lenovo is addressing the rise of remote work by delivering an open platform of HCI solutions in partnership with Nutanix, Microsoft and VMWare.
5G Future Forum rolls out plans to advance 5G MEC solutions
5G Future Forum has released technical specification abstracts designed to aid in the global adoption of 5G multi-access edge computing (MEC) enabled solutions.
Orient Link onboards NEC to develop MIST submarine cable
The Myanmar/Malaysia India Singapore Transit (MIST) Cable System will be designed to deliver more than 216 terabits per second (Tbps) capacity, and will span more than 8100 kilometres (5033 miles).
Blue Wireless expands 5G portfolio into the Americas
Before today’s announcement, the company had previously only expanded in the Europe and Asia Pacific regions; now, Blue Wireless has added the United States, Canada and Mexico to the list of countries it serves, bringing the total to 61.
New technologies to drive service provider router market past $15 billion in 2024
"The potential supply of many new products and technologies that meet the new network requirements is emerging from the entire technology ecosystem."
Juniper Networks releases four new Wi-Fi 6 access point products
Juniper Networks says the new products are the first cloud-managed Wi-Fi 6 access points with integrated AI-driven automation and insight.
Cloudera announces availability of Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud
"Businesses are more agile because they make decisions faster and better with CDP Private Cloud's powerful data analytics experiences."
Genesys launches multi-cloud architecture for contact centres
Enables Genesys Engage customers to select private or public cloud, on-premises or hybrid deployments with Genesys Cloud or third-party providers.
Uptime Institute certifies STT Global Data Centres Bangkok facility
The Uptime Institute has awarded the Tier III Certification of Design Documents to ST Telemedia (STT) Global Data Centres Thailand’s first hyperscale data center in Thailand.