Tag: Cloud

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ExpertExpert talks EU Digital Sovereignty and the Cloud

EU Digital Sovereignty and the Cloud

All nations, organisations, and individuals are interconnected and interdependent, following almost a century of globalisation. One area where this rings especially true is the digital economy, which relies on American processors such as Intel or AMD, and chips from TSMC in Taiwan. The question of ... Read more

date17 days ago
Vantage Data Centers comes to London with €560 million investment

Vantage Data Centers comes to London with €560 million investment

Vantage Data Centers announced its start on the London market with the development of a 48MW datacenter campus valued at £500 million (about €560 million). The new campus will be situated on nearly five acres (two hectares) in the PowerGate neighborhood of North Acton in the northwest part of... Read more

date23 days ago
Arista launches 800G switches for data-hungry cloud giants

Arista launches 800G switches for data-hungry cloud giants

Arista is extending the 7050X4 Series en 7060X5 Series of spine and leaf datacenter switches, including support for 800Gbps connections. The advanced automation capabilities enable organizations to manage IT environments with ease and efficiency. These switches boast an impressive range of featu... Read more

date2 months ago
‘Zero trust high on agenda due to cloud, potential untapped’

‘Zero trust high on agenda due to cloud, potential untapped’

The security world has been under the spell of zero trust for some time. Zscaler research now confirms that organizations also see the framework as an ideal tool for securing users, workloads and devices. Cloud migration contributes to this: 91 percent of the organizations have implemented or are i... Read more

date2 months ago
ScaleFlux: Computational storage, mainstream is no daydream

ScaleFlux: Computational storage, mainstream is no daydream

Storage needs a makeover. Often thought of as back-office donkey/grunt work, we all recognise the need and importance of storage, but not many of us want to focus on it as a computing discipline in and of itself. Which is wrong, obviously. Notwithstanding the fact that one Australian tech news p... Read more

date2 months ago
HYCU bridges clouds, bridge to SaaS under construction?

HYCU bridges clouds, bridge to SaaS under construction?

Recently in Silicon Valley, we were guests of HYCU, a company generally characterized as yet another backup vendor. During HYCU's presentation, the goal was clear: to convince us that the company is more than a backup vendor. HYCU bridges the gap between different clouds for data protection, disast... Read more

date2 months ago
Software’s post-pandemic recessionary lag factor 

Software’s post-pandemic recessionary lag factor 

Knowledge is power. But further than any mere level of learning by rote understanding, we use the term ‘savvy’ to denote a particular level of practical knowledge and ability. Coming out of the post-pandemic period of preparation for the ensuing recession will (arguably) require more savvine... Read more

date2 months ago
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