BlackBerry collaborates with Midis Group to boost growth in EMEA
Utilizing tech expertise to improve cyber security, BlackBerry has recently collaborated with Midis Group to boost growth across Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
As one of the most famous tech brands globally, known for secure communications and smartphones, BlackBerry Limited announ... Read more
Ireland’s data centers now consume more energy than all rural homes
Newly released statistics reveal Ireland’s Data Centers now consume more electricity than all rural homes in the country combined. This has prompted concerns about sustainability and energy security.
Ireland has long been a popular host of data centers. Google, Meta (Facebook), Microsoft, and ... Read more
Cipio unveils €202 million fund to bolster Europe’s IT sector
After success with their €174 million CPF VII fund, Cipio seeks to support Europe’s technology and software-enabled business sector with its new €202 million CPF VIII fund. The fund’s continued success is a testament to Cipio’s reliability and professionalism.
Munich-based Cipio’s la... Read more
The European wind energy industry is facing a slew of cyberattacks
Since the start of the crisis in Ukraine, cyberattacks on three European wind-energy businesses have prompted fears that Russian-friendly hackers are attempting to wreak havoc in a sector that stands to profit from attempts to reduce reliance on Russian oil and gas.
The hacked firms haven't offi... Read more
March good for 2.5 billion euros of tech acquisitions in Europe
In March the mergers and acquisitions in the European tech industry are worth 2.5 billion euros ($2.7 billion).
In March 2022 alone, a series of technology industry mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals were announced, the total worth of which is approximately 2.5 billion euros.
As per the... Read more
Europe’s data centers set to bring in large investments
European data centers innovations are expected to drive investments to $7.5 billion by 2027.
A recent Arizton research report shows how European data centers are expected to power the market in the coming years. Innovations are key, including eco-diesel generators, natural gas generators, and hy... Read more
Europe to introduce a new deeptech research institute
A new computer science and AI institution, supported by Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, and DeepMind, is in the works. It is intended to nurture the next generation of deeptech firms and entrepreneurs.
In September 2022, Bulgaria's Sofia University will launch the Institute for Computer Scien... Read more
NTT gains Macquarie Asset Management as a data center investor
Macquarie and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) are set to enter a strategic real-estate partnership for data processing centers across Europe and the US.
One of the world’s biggest infrastructure asset managers, Macquarie has entered a partnership with NTT – a Japanese telecommunications... Read more
Linking China to Europe and Africa, Huawei undersea cable ends in Kenya
An undersea cable worth $425 million connecting China to Europe and Africa, representing Huawei Technologies as a shareholder, finally arrived in Kenya.
The 9,320 miles (15,000 km) cable, dubbed the Peace cable, is an essential part of what China calls its Digital Silk Road initiative. This init... Read more
Tensions rise between US, China and Europe to set 5G standards
The international debate over 5G technology has brought competing regions to an impasse. The conversations also reflect political spats between the United States, Europe, and China about creating and deploying future technology.
The growth of technologies seems to have become more crucial s... Read more