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Infrastructure Automation Will Heat Up in 2018
News & Analysis 12/29/2017 4 comments
After years of being locked into proprietary hardware and software, a new openness is pushing enterprise to add layers of automation into their networks. With the addition of machine learning and AI, more and more of the networking process can be trusted to machines.
IBM's Power9-Based AC922 System Designed for AI Workloads
Scott Ferguson 12/5/2017 2 comments
The AC922 is the first commercial server to use IBM's Power9 processor and is designed specifically for artificial intelligence applications. These same systems form the basis of the new 'Summit' and 'Sierra' supercomputers for the US Energy Department.
AWS Draws Disney in as Cloud Customer
Scott Ferguson 11/29/2017 13 comments
Amazon Web Services has scored another big customer win with signing The Walt Disney Company on as a public cloud customer. The NFL and Expedia have also signed up with AWS.
Cisco's Q1 Beats Wall Street Expectations
Scott Ferguson 11/15/2017 2 comments
Cisco beat Wall Street expectations during its first-quarter financial report, and the company claims that some of its technology bets, including security, are starting to pay off.
SugarCRM Sweetens Cloud Strategy
Scott Ferguson 10/25/2017 Post a comment
With customers shifting to the cloud, SugarCRM is looking to move updates faster through its cloud product, although it will continue to support the on-premises version into the foreseeable future.
The two companies are forming a joint venture to use blockchain to streamline international shipping.
CIO Rhonda Gass is spearheading an effort to bring more automation and IoT to the factories making Stanley Black & Decker tools and other equipment.
Salesforce's Einstein and IBM Watson are going steady, but Salesforce is also sneaking around with Google on the side.
The cloud and mainframe sales – yes, mainframe – helped reverse 22 straight quarters of revenue decline for IBM.
Amazon says its second headquarters will bring tens of thousands of jobs and billions in revenue to the lucky location selected, but skeptics worry that governments will give tax breaks and other incentives that negate the benefit to citizens.
Enterprise Cloud News caught up with Ty Schmitt, a Dell Fellow and executive director for Extreme Scale Infrastructure with Dell EMC, to find out ...
One of the more interesting areas of development around data center technology is the innovation underway in the way power is sourced, used and ...
Canonical's founder, Mark Shuttleworth, highlights the key NFV challenges facing network operators and discusses the impact of cloud, IoT, open ...
Light Reading Enterprise Cloud editor Mitch Wagner says network operators are starting to focus on what they're good at, connectivity, to help ...
Andrew Edison, Level 3's senior VP of sales, EMEA region, talks about the drivers of growth in the unified communications services market.