Ericsson’s profits rise in response to increased demand for 5G network equipment
Ericsson reported on Tuesday its fourth-quarter earnings, which were above market estimates. The bottom line was pushed to new heights by a spike in telecom gear sales amid 5G rollouts across the globe. The push helped the Swedish company make up for the market share it lost in Mainland China.
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How to make your IT infrastructure suitable for the cloud?
Many companies have already embarked on the journey to the cloud. Few are fully adopted and compatible to the cloud. So how do you make sure your IT infrastructure is suitable and optimised for the cloud? There's still plenty to learn on this front. Whether it concerns your cloud environment, hyper... Read more
Cloudflare’s Project Pangea to boost worldwide internet coverage
Cloudflare has launched a new project that aims to deliver internet access to the underserved communities in the world.
On Monday, the cloud service provider announced Project Pangea, available to eligible communities, to cut the cost of bandwidth in areas without any existing telecommunication ... Read more
The intelligent network: infra, cloud and security
The network threatens to fade into the background a bit in stories about innovation, migration and security. This is not justified, argues Joris van Oers of BT Global in conversation with us. In fact, the network is still a starting point for many of the conversations he has with customers. However... Read more
EVBox uses Salesforce as cement in IT strategy
The Dutch charging station manufacturer, EVBox, has gone through exponential growth and is now ready to stop. The company is growing so fast that it needs to scale up further, and traditional SME solutions are no longer sufficient. The company is focusing on enterprise IT solutions to accelerate it... Read more
Meet Kyndryl, IBM’s new Managed Infrastructure Services Business
The new company is the result of Big Blue's spinoff of its Managed Infrastructure Services business.
IBM announced this week that Kyndryl will be the name of its new, independent company. The newco follows the separation of IBM's Managed Infrastructure Services business. The christening should h... Read more
EU’s digital projects to get €2 billion in funding
It has emerged that the EU is planning to spend an estimated €2 billion over the next seven years, funding digital projects.
All of this is a part of a new deal struck by the European Parliament and Council negotiators on new funds for the Connecting Europe Facility project, focusing on transp... Read more
Microsoft opens its most sustainable data center in Sweden in 2021
Microsoft announced a plan to open in Sweden in 2021, the most advanced and sustainable data center location ever made. The company says that the new region, which includes data centers in Gävle Sandviken and Staffanstorp, will help it achieve the goal of using 100% renewable energy sources in all... Read more
Puppet’s new product makes infrastructure compliance easier
Puppet Comply helps solve new compliance risks amid COVID-19.
This week Puppet announced Puppet Comply, a new product built to work with Puppet Enterprise. The new product is aimed at assessing, remediating, and enforcing infrastructure configuration compliance policies.
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Nutanix introduces remote cloud management tools
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) vendor Nutanix introduces three new tools; Foundation Central, Insights and Lifecycle Manager. These free tools allow IT administrators to remotely manage their entire cloud infrastructure.
Inspired by the current corona crisis that has made remote working mo... Read more