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Little fluffy clouds

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Lock away your bits

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E pluribus unum

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Deep dive into “Data Centre” topics

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open It must have been love, but it's over now: Rockset tries to break up storage and compute, meet transactional, data-warehouse systems in middle 4
open Spending on 5G to double despite the pandemic while legacy network infrastructure sector suffers – Gartner 9
open Rackspace reveals retirement plan behind decision to go public by selling 17% of itself 2
open Brave takes step closer to sensible business model by building subscription VPN into the iOS version of its browser 11
By hayzoos
open Microsoft runs a data centre on hydrogen for 48 whole hours, reckons it could kick hydrocarbon habit by 2030 59
open Green with NVMe: AWS adds more Arm-powered instance types 9
By FIA
open Battle for 6GHz heats up in America: Broadcasters sue FCC to kill effort to open spectrum for private Wi-Fi 23
By herman
open US IT staffing biz accused of abusing student visa program now forced to stop advertising only to immigrants 5
By eldakka
open SAP takes a punch to its software licensing revenue but Ellison's promise of customer exodus to Oracle seemingly fails to materialise 1
By AMBxx
open Cloudflare's new serverless platform lets its Workers run for 15 minutes before giving them the boot 3
open WTF is cloud-tethered compute? We're not sure either, but it just made a hype cycle for the first time 28
open Are you sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin. Hang on, the PDP 11/70 has dropped offline 126
open No, boss, I'm not playing Minecraft. Minecraft is where I run VMs on the desktop now 35
open Not-so-paltry towers to float: Vodafone reveals IPO plans for mega European masts biz 14
open UK govt finds £200,000 under sofa to kick off research into improving mobile connectivity on nation's crap railways 52
open UK weather watcher will make it rain to the tune of $30m for support on new data platform 4
open What evil lurks within the data centre, and why is it DDoS-ing the ever-loving pants off us? 89
open VMware's flagship vSphere now in never-ending beta, if you're up for it 9
open Intel's 7nm is busted, chips delayed, may have to use rival foundries to get GPUs out for US govt exascale super 38
open Google forced to defend new trademark foundation as Knative community takes umbrage at 'neutrality' claims 5
open NoSQL Cassandra developer community sets sights on JDK 11 as sped-up 4.0 beta finally hits the streets 6
By boltar
open Smoke on the Tyne: Blaze at BT exchange causes major outages across North East England 35
By xpz393
open UK tech spending in 2020 will be hit harder than in France or Germany with little prospect of growth next year – analysts 9
By twellys
open If you want to design and make your own 5nm high-end system-on-chip, Marvell's offering ASIC-as-a-service 10
open Frozen: Bank accounts of suspected Chinese Cisco counterfeiters who exploited pandemic shortages 12
open Microsoft Q4 sales up, profit down, shares down. More importantly, someone reboot the CEO. He keeps repeating 'tech intensity' over and over 6
open After banning Chinese comms bogeyman, UK asks: Huawei in this mess? It was a failure of capitalism, MPs told 49
By IGotOut
open About ready to POP3: Day 6 of email wobbles at UK2 after services provider Tucows suffers 'service failure' 9
open Nominet shakes up system for expiring .uk domains, just happens to choose one that will make it £millions. Again 50
open Arm hopes AWS, FOSS, cloud-native combo will wrestle you onto its architecture 1
open Microsoft quietly extends Azure reserved instances to five-year term 3
By Korev
open Don'tcha just LOVE meetings? Microsoft does, too, so here are some new Teams features, you lucky, lucky people 14
open It's a process: Nokia pushes out its first private 5G standalone product, eyes industrial types 7
open Networking boffins detect wide abuse of IPv4 addresses bought on secondary market 24
open IBM profits cratered 46% last quarter. But its share price is up ~5% because Wall Street expected that to be worse 13
open Microsoft accused of sharing data of Office 365 business subscribers with Facebook and its app devs 45
open Worldpay stops turning in the UK, leaving trail of thoroughly miffed retailers and customers 12
open Cisco restores evidence of its funniest FAIL – ethernet cable presses switch's reset button 49
open DaaS-appearing trick: Netflix teases desktops-as-a-service product 6
By ThatOne
open Mainframe madness as the snowflakes take control – and the on-duty operator hasn't a clue how to stop the blizzard 41
open Philippines to install 23,000 free public Wi-Fi hotspots 6
open Finally, made it to the weekend, time to breathe, relax, and... Cloudflare's taken down a chunk of the web 17
open UK's Co-operative Group to centralise IT teams across various divisions, warns redundancies 'inevitable' 23
open Oh sure, we'll just make a tiny little change in every source file without letting anyone know. What could go wrong? 103
By TSM
open Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries says it's built its own 5G kit and hopes to sell to all comers 13
open Hot, synchronous DRAM: Next-gen memory tech spec DDR5 lands 18
open Google gives Gmail's collab chops a good buffing to make it the 'home for work' while we're working from home 11
open UK mobile network Vodafone channels its inner stroppy teen, begs government to cancel upcoming 5G auction 16
open Dell ‘exploring’ VMware spin-off, insists they must keep their special relationship 8
open US restricts visas for folks working at Huawei and other Chinese tech makers – seemingly over China's human-rights abuses 24

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