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Expect Dramatic Changes from the SDDC

01 Dec, 2017

As with most technology developments, the initial view surrounding the SDDC is how it will improve current data operations.

The Supreme Court Takes on Cell Phone Privacy

30 Nov, 2017

Though it only occasionally will affect business directly, telecommunications executives should track a case about cell phone privacy that was argued this week in the Supreme Court.

Pay Attention to SD-WAN Security

30 Nov, 2017

SD-WANs bring tremendous potential benefits to telecommunications networks. They are a new and relatively untested approach, however.

Dell EMC Advances HCI Appliance Transition

30 Nov, 2017

The latest generation of HCI appliances can scale out to handle the demand of most new and existing workloads. HCI appliances are the fastest growing segment of data center infrastructure.

Can the Enterprise Really Govern the Cloud?

29 Nov, 2017

The most efficient use of resources will always be dependent on sometimes highly subjective expectations as to the best way of achieving a goal.

Snowflake Computing Adds Real-Time Pipeline to Data Warehouse Cloud

29 Nov, 2017

Snowflake Computing unfurled an automated service that makes it possible to ingest data in near real time into its namesake data warehouse as a service hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

VMware Advances AWS Hybrid Cloud Agenda

28 Nov, 2017

The latest additions to the VMware on AWS cloud portfolio indicate VMware is making steady progress on a hybrid cloud computing strategy that now depends heavily on AWS to execute.

IT Infrastructure Faces a Cloudy Future

23 Nov, 2017

It seems that the data center industry is still feeling its way through the conversion from hardware-centric to software-centric infrastructure, leaving open the possibility that no single architecture will dominate the future.

Container Orchestration, or the new Data Center OS?

21 Nov, 2017

Some leading experts are saying that container technology is so revolutionary that it threatens to supplant the operating system as the linchpin of the data stack.

The FCC Moves to End Net Neutrality

21 Nov, 2017

Before it is even approved, consumer groups are already preparing to challenge the new order regarding net neutrality in court.

HPE Applies AI and Analytics to Storage Management

21 Nov, 2017

HPE is now moving to make advanced analytics a standard element of its storage portfolio that comes embedded on all its systems.

Computer Vision Sets Its Sights on a Bright Future

21 Nov, 2017

Computer vision seems to be gaining its own identity as a standalone discipline that can be deployed in many different ways.

HPE Taps AMD to Drive Down Virtual Machine Costs

20 Nov, 2017

The AMD EPYC SOC architecture makes it possible to provide a more efficient balance of X86 processors.

FCC Mulls Easing Copper Retirement Regulations

16 Nov, 2017

Much of the copper in the field is old. Some, in fact, has been in service for a century.

Liqid Computing Advances Composable Infrastructure

16 Nov, 2017

The Liqid Grid fabric switch essentially turns all elements of a data center into pods that can be managed using Liqid Command Center software that can be accessed via a GUI or a REST-based API.

Rackspace Partners with HPE to Drive Private Clouds Based on OpenStack

15 Nov, 2017

Organizations of all sizes now want to be able to treat IT as an operational cost without necessarily having to sacrifice the benefits of a single-tenant IT environment.

Ruckus Unveils Next Generation Edge Switch

14 Nov, 2017

IT organizations will be challenged to keep pace with advancements in mobile computing because they do not always appreciate the impact of the latest generation of mobile devices on their networks.

Panasas Advances Parallel File System

13 Nov, 2017

As data center environments become denser and more distributed, there is more contention for storage resources than ever.

AI Is Here, But How to Deploy It?

10 Nov, 2017

Even the most advanced AI platform can only produce results that are as good as the data it is given and according to the parameters in which that data is queried.

5G Tests and Trials Continue, with a Long Way to Go

09 Nov, 2017

5G offers services in well understood lower frequencies as well as truly cutting edge mmWave bands. The testing will move forward and overlap the days when 5G will be generating revenues.

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