CircleCI introduces self-hosted runners for CI/CD platform
CircleCI introduced self-hosted runners, which further extend the capabilities of its cloud-based CI/CD platform. This should help developers further infrastructure management and focus on development tasks.
The new features and integrations bring self-hosted runners to the cloud-based CI/CD pla... Read more
‘Intel’s German chip plant will need twice the city’s energy to operate’
According to officials cited by POLITICO, the planned Intel chip manufacturing plant in Magdeburg, Germany needs at least double the city’s power consumption after its operations kick off in 2027.
“The power consumption when Intel starts operating is greater than the current total power con... Read more
50 percent of your data will soon come from the Edge
Managing infrastructure is a headache for more and more companies. In addition to their own data center, there are often multiple clouds and edge locations in use. The platforms differ from one another. It takes a lot of expertise to manage it all. Finding the right people is also difficult, which ... Read more
Meta develops mind-reading AI model
Researchers from Meta developed an AI model that decodes speech from thought. The technology allows people to produce words without speaking.
When humans indulge in conversations, they think about how words will form sentences in their head. Thinking of words is enough for your brain to create ... Read more
Intact acquires Blue Rock Systems to accelerate UK growth
Intact has acquired its longtime partner, Blue Rock Systems. The deal is expected to accelerate Intact's growth in the UK.
Intact's ERP systems have been resold, deployed, and serviced by Blue Rock for over 15 years. The acquisition will increase Intact's ERP footprint.
Intact's profits were... Read more
‘Infrastructure is the most important investment for innovation’
If SMEs have learned anything from the corona crisis, it's how to innovate. Business models came under pressure and many companies were forced to close doors. As a result, many new business models were invented and implemented. What can we learn from this, and how will it develop in the near future... Read more
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.
C... Read more
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