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Due to its alliance with AMD, IGEL now features AMD’s second-generation Embedded G-Series SoC in its UD3 virtual desktop products.
Enterprises that want temporary access to hardware-accelerated performance can now access it on the cheap—70 percent off regular prices.
Clients also will be able to deploy multizone Kubernetes clusters across the availability zones via the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Linux Foundation’s networking group has announced availability of the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), code-named “Beijing” which will be used by large carriers to automate network traffic and security in preparation for 5G wireless.
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While bad actors continue to ravage personal and business information worldwide, the infosec sector is responding. At the recent RSA 2018 conference, security experts from all over the globe were witness to new ideas and services that either are already in the market or are soon to become available....
During the Cisco Live 2018 show, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said the technology is in an early access program now and could launch in October.
The company's latest cloud-based data protection offering helps businesses back up their SQL Server databases with much less IT management overhead.
VIDEO: Lew Tucker, VP and CTO for Cloud Computing at Cisco, details his company's latest initiatives to enable container applications across Cisco technologies.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: Security startup Flashpoint provides Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) software and services in a cloud-available, subscription package.
Red Hat is looking to make it easier for developers to build and integrate container applications both on-premises and in the cloud.
DAILY VIDEO: Oracle's "Soar" program aims to move legacy app customers to the cloud, and Nvidia builds Isaac platform for intelligent robots.
Enterprises now can get dedicated physical servers for running their workloads on Google’s cloud platform.