NVIDIA names data centre CPU after computer scientist Grace Hopper
NVIDIA Grace is designed to support artificial intelligence-based supercomputers, natural language processing, and recommender systems.
Global Switch opens final stage of Hong Kong data center
NEXTDC wins APAC Business Award
Southern Cross Cables & Ciena partner on NEXT submarine cable
Google Cloud publishes carbon emissions data for every cloud region
IFS launches cloud platform to deliver enterprise software
Microsoft unveils new Azure Arc hybrid and multicloud capabilities
IBM hybrid cloud services now available on cloud, on premise or at the edge
"IBM Cloud Satellite brings a secured, unifying layer of cloud services for clients across environments, regardless of where their data resides."
Unitas Global launches purpose-built SDN to deliver access from 'edge to everywhere'
The purpose-built network connects cloud providers, carrier-neutral data centres, SaaS applications, and edge access networks to form a multi-service global interconnection fabric, the company states.
Lenovo DCG backs modernisation of Netherlands supercomputer
The company will become part of an effort to create the ‘largest and most powerful’ supercomputer in the Netherlands - a project worth €20 million.
Interview: Cloudera's take on how 5G drives change across cloud and the edge
Just a few years ago, 5G was introduced as a technology that could change the world.
Fortinet: Hyperscaling networks? Hyperscale your security!
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet A/NZ Regional Director, explains why a broad, integrated and automated security fabric is the most effective strategy to protect users, apps and data in a hyperscaling environment.
NEXTDC launches 'first of its kind' carbon neutrality program
The program's aim is to 'decarbonise the digital economy’, says data centre provider.
Dell Technologies unveils new data protection innovations for hybrid cloud workloads
The Dell EMC PowerProtect Backup Service, powered by Druva, is designed to deliver SaaS app protection without increasing IT complexity.
Southern Cross Cable selects Pioneer Consulting for shipboard representation
Pioneer Consulting will supervise operations including cable loading, freighter transfer, laying, post-lay inspections and burial, shore-end landings, and project management.
AMD unveils new EPYC processor for high performance computing
AMD has today launched a new EPYC processor designed for the data center industry, cloud, and enterprise customers.
The State of Data Virtualisation: Enterprises see data virtualisation as strong alternative to data warehouse solutions
"The rapid growth of data virtualisation is exposing major cracks in the business foundation that supports the technology."
Equinix gets into the business of selling time
The company recently launched a ‘Time as a Service’ offering.for microsecond-precision.
Cloudera launches enterprise data platform on Google Cloud
“Finding hidden patterns in data can mean the difference between being a market leader or falling behind," the company states.
Macquarie launches IC5, new sovereign data centre worth $17m
Macquarie Data Centres and Macquarie Government are set to launch a new Government-certified, highly secure data centre facility in Canberra.
DE-CIX: 32 exabytes of data flowed through internet's veins in 2020
With as much as 32 exabytes of total traffic traversing networks - that’s the equivalent of a video call that lasts eight million years.
Cisco & Intel unveil new range of servers for hybrid cloud infrastructure
“Cisco and Intel are proud to deliver solutions that not only meet the demands of today’s workloads but provide the foundations necessary to embrace new and emerging technologies.”
Microsoft spends $19.7b to acquire AI software firm Nuance
The acquisition enables Microsoft to capitalise on Nuance’s ‘decades’ of experience in both enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) and healthcare.
Colt DCS' Inzai 1 data center receives Uptime Institute Stamp of Approval
By ensuring that management and operations measures are in place, data center downtime is minimized.
IBM launches dedicated cloud services for financial services sector
The platform brings a focus on data security delivered with IBM’s confidential computing and encryption capabilities.
IDC: cloud computing could prevent 1b tonnes of CO2 emissions
The reduction is, in part, due to the theory that aggregated compute resources across enterprise and large data centres are more efficient.
Lenovo launches next-gen ThinkSystem servers
The servers are built on Intel’s third-generation Xeon Scalable processors and PCIe Gen4.
Pure Storage upgrades its flagship software
The revamped solution delivers enhanced ransomware protection makes hybrid storage for data centre workloads obsolete with a third-generation FlashArray//C all-QLC platform.
Telcos concerned legacy tech will hold back DX progress
One report says that even though 65% of telcos have a clear roadmap to digitalisation, 70% struggle with legacy technology.
Microsoft to launch data center region in Indonesia
The region aims to bring Azure services and upskill an additional three million Indonesians.
Equinix forges ahead with $3b xScale data center launches worldwide
The Equinix xScale data center program forms part of the company’s expansion and aims to deliver workload performance needs to hyperscale companies. T
Tencent Cloud to open internet data centre hub in Bahrain
“We will launch all necessary steps to set up a brand-new internet data centre in Bahrain to provide better coverage all over the Middle East and North African regions."
The world generated 64.2 zettabytes of data last year - but where did it all go?
That means that most data was essentially created to be consumed, or cached and overwritten with new data, says IDC.
CBRE & Virtual Power Systems boost power intelligence in data centers
"Through their Software-Defined Power technology, we will enhance system optimization in ways previously unavailable."
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres plans for net carbon neutrality by 2030
The company admits it’s an ambitious goal, but it’s a necessary goal that recognises the efforts needed to address climate change.
StorageCraft to merge with data and ransomware protection provider, Arcserve
StorageCraft will be branded 'StorageCraft, an Arcserve Company'.
CDS extends Raytrix MVS platform for data center industry
“We heard that we could make a significant impact on two key phases of the customer journey," says CEO.
IBM partners with Portworx by Pure Storage to help enterprises manage hybrid cloud workloads
“With the pace of cloud adoption accelerating, companies are increasingly turning to hybrid cloud to allow them to innovate more efficiently, while maintaining high levels of security and control."
Dell unveils hybrid client to support evolving IT and user needs
"In an increasingly cloud connected world, organisations need to easily deploy and maintain data and applications from a variety of locations without burdening IT teams or hindering employee productivity."
Lenovo DCG onboards AMD's new EPYC processors
Lenovo's new servers and solutions contain AMD’s new EPYC 7003 processors, which were officially launched to market this week.
Microsoft launches industry clouds for nonprofit, manufacturing & financial sectors
Microsoft aims to empower people, recognise the power of partnership, and it remains committed to security, compliance, and trust.
APAC drives multi-billion dollar growth in private network deployments
The APAC market network opportunity will reach almost US$7 billion by 2025.
Vertiv launches innovative cooling solution to Asia and A/NZ market
“With Liebert VIC, our customers can meet their high density objectives and rely on this highly efficient thermal solution option to cost-effectively deploy high performance computing options to their customers.”
Increase in emergence of new cloud watering hole attacks
"Cloud native apps and services are more vital than ever before, and any risk in the infrastructure has critical implications."