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Ampere, 160 cores, in the cloud?


Little fluffy clouds

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Lock away your bits

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How much carrion can a carrier pigeon carry?

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E pluribus unum

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Deep dive into “Data Centre” topics

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open HPE pushes white label kit for 5G edge computing to tempt all the telcos still crying over WhatsApp and pals 6
open There's no accounting for TITSUP*: Beancounters bemoan Sage cloudy sync software outage 25
open US govt: Huawei is a national security risk and a menace, except, you know, when we need it for 5G standards work 8
open Living up to its 'un-carrier' slogan, T-Mobile US stops carrying incoming calls, data in nationwide outage 25
open Watchdog snubs General Dynamics' gripe over Navy's $8bn IT network overhaul sub-contract decision 1
By IGotOut
open Don't like Mondays? Neither does Microsoft 364's Outlook Exchange Online service 21
open Colt Technology UK nixes winding-up order threat from Italian VoIP reseller over £3.8m disputed debt 10
open Windows Server to require TPM2.0 and Secure boot by default in future release 27
open Philippines government makes cloud-first a post-pandemic ‘new normal’ for all agencies 7
open Microsoft 365 and Azure outage struck Australia and New Zealand just as business rocked up for a new week 12
By Neoc
open Enterprises slam pause button on data centre spending, flatten pockets of old world tech crowd 2
open Adobe kills off Advertising Cloud, notes pause in enterprise spending, but is weathering COVID-19 crisis 4
open Oh crap: UK's digital overlords moot new rules to help telcos lay fibre in sewer pipes 49
By hoola
open Microsoft tweaks its 'New Outlook' for Mac – but no support for Exchange on-premises yet 24
open AWS flexes more cloudy Arm CPUs – and suggests they'll outpace competition over time 7
open Arm wrestle round two: Chinese outpost says it's fired the replacement CEO foisted on it by HQ 16
open Intel outside: Chip king Keller quits x86 giant immediately 'for personal reasons' 13
open Earnings up, broadband users (and voice calls) down: TalkTalk posts prelim results for FY 2020 10
open Red Hot Chili Packets! New submarine cable to land in home of cult Sriracha sauce 8
By jake
open Arm fires the head of its Chinese unit – but Arm China says Allen Wu still works there 6
open IBM blames 'external' network provider, incorrect routing, traffic flood for its two-hour cloud outage 15
open Count how many times the Feds checked Chinese telcos in America weren't spying. Only one hand needed 10
open Remember that backdoor in Juniper gear? Congress sure does – even if networking biz wishes it would all go away 31
open While Huawei burns, Ericsson lands plush new O2 contract to help push 5G in Britain 14
open Cold hard cash: Cloud data warehouse spinner Snowflake gains $8bn in nominal value since Feb as IPO nears 1
By hoola
open Rackspace changes name to – drum-roll please – ‘Rackspace Technology’ 14
open Remind us again, why work for AWS? Petty Amazon sues marketing veep after he defects to Google Cloud 15
open From off-prem to just off: IBM Cloud goes down planet-wide so hard even the status page didn't work 29
open As UK Parliament heads back to in-person voting, select committees are told they can continue working via Zoom 33
open Play stupid games, win stupid prizes: UK man gets 3 years for torching 4G phone mast over 5G fears 248
open China's silicon-self-sufficiency plan likely to miss targets due to Factories Not Present error 24
By Azerty
open Must not be the season of the switch: Someone flipped the you-know-what in global ethernet switch and router supply chain 4
By jtaylor
open Franco-German cloud framework floated to protect European's data from foreign tech firms slurpage 63
open It could be 'five to ten years' before the world finally drags itself away from IPv4 242
By AbeChen
open Some Brits reckon broadband got worse after lockdown – but that's just what happens when you're online 12 hours straight 43
open Pipped to the post: Google Cloud nabs Salesforce exec to lead UK and Ireland business 1
open DB2 migration problems caused IBM to resurrect Netezza, according to analyst 5
open We're number... six. Analysis puts UK behind Switzerland and Kuwait in 5G adoption 29
open If Daddy doesn't want me to touch the buttons, why did they make them so colourful? 123
open We have Huawei to make the internet more secure: Dump TCP/IP to make folks safer says Chinese mobe slinger 35
open Namesco email 'scripting error' has last bastion of Demon Internet holdouts scratching their heads 17
open GSMA suggests mobile carriers bake contact-tracing into their own apps – if governments ask for it 10
By HildyJ
open IBM to power down Power-powered virtual private cloud, GPU-accelerated options 25
open Google signs agreement to offer discounts on cloud services through UK govt's Digital Marketplace 3
By IGotOut
open '5G for Five Eyes!' US senator tells Parliamentarians the world would be better without Huawei 50
By veti
open Watchdog slams Pentagon for failing – for a third time – to migrate US military to IPv6 41
By Nanashi
open That's just Huawei it is: Ericsson lands O2 Germany's core 5G network deal 2
open 7*7 = a simple equation for taking total control of multiple VMware-powered clouds 16
open Black horse down: UK banking giant Lloyds suffers an online wobble 25
open Microsoft and VMware end ancient grudge with new VM privilege workaround 8


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