Category: IoT

Microsoft adds satellite connectivity option to its private network service

Microsoft adds satellite connectivity option to its private network service

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Microsoft Corp. is enabling satellite connectivity on its Azure ExpressRoute private networking service for customers looking to improve the connectivity and performance of their remote facilities. Azure ExpressRoute is a service that provides a private connection between an organization’s on-premises infrastructure and the Microsoft Azure cloud. It’s generally used by customers that need a faster […]

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With 5G deployment on the way, NetScout at center of a network hurricane

With 5G deployment on the way, NetScout at center of a network hurricane

With 5G deployment on the way, NetScout at center of a network hurricane 2
The fifth generation of cellular network technology known as 5G is gradually being deployed by carriers, but initial delivery is likely to be enterprise focused and will have a profound impact on the flow of network traffic and services. That’s the conclusion of Vikram Saksena (pictured), chief technology officer of cable markets at NetScout Systems […]

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AWS announces new IoT services and managed Kafka offering

AWS announces new IoT services and managed Kafka offering

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Amazon Web Services Inc. has announced general availability of a several new services that it first announced during its annual re:Invent conference last November. Two of the new services are focused on the “internet of things”, which is an area that AWS says it’s looking to expand into in order to satisfy its customer’s demands to […]

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Microsoft earmarks $100M for its first Africa Development Center

Microsoft earmarks $100M for its first Africa Development Center

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Microsoft Corp. says it will open its first “development center” in Africa, with plans to spend more than $100 million over the next five years and hire 400 new staff over the next four years. The initiative will stretch across the African continent. Microsoft plans to open two initial offices, in Nairobi, Kenya, on the […]

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Ahead of Build conference, Microsoft adds AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

Ahead of Build conference, Microsoft adds AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

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Microsoft Corp. is trying to build up some excitement ahead of its annual Build developers conference, launching several new tools and services designed to help software makers use artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies more easily. Build takes place next week in Seattle, and the company intends to use the event to demonstrate the capabilities of […]

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Microsoft adds new AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

Microsoft adds new AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

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Microsoft Corp. is trying to build up some excitement ahead of its annual Build developers conference, launching several new tools and services designed to help software makers use artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies more easily. Build takes place next week in Seattle, and the company intends to use the event to demonstrate the capabilities of […]

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Watch live, exclusive interviews and analysis at Dell Technologies World

Watch live, exclusive interviews and analysis at Dell Technologies World

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With a monumental merger in the rear-view mirror, Dell Technologies Inc. has seemingly settled into its new position as a massive conglomerate of storage, networking and software services. Having acquired EMC and majority shares of VMware Inc. and Pivotal Software Inc., and returning to Wall Street after going private for five years, Dell has weathered the […]

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Ford partners with Amazon to build cloud services for connected cars

Ford partners with Amazon to build cloud services for connected cars

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Ford Motor Company is joining forces with Amazon Web Services Inc. to enable a worldwide cloud-based service for autonomous and connected vehicles of the future. The two companies say they’re going to work together to create “innovative mobility services and differentiated customer experiences.” Neither company mentioned details of specific applications relating to the partnership, but […]

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In the multicloud era, is hardware an asset or a liability for tech providers?

In the multicloud era, is hardware an asset or a liability for tech providers?

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Edge computing is driving hardware to the center of the cloud revolution. Devices are central to today’s cloud-to-edge paradigm. They are the hardware platforms into which AI software is being embedded, infusing data-driven intelligence into practically anything and everything. Is hardware a dirty word? Hardware is definitely hip again. Strong hardware engineering and design expertise […]

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