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'Snowball' now lets users run cloud instances on premises in harsh locations such as factory floors. Meanwhile, Amazon's EC2 cloud computing instances get more powerful.
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Walmart tapped Microsoft for a five-year agreement to use the cloud, machine learning, AI and other technologies to transform retail, and help both companies take on Amazon.
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Salesforce is beefing up its toolkit to help enterprises identify customers.
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Australia inked a AU$1 billion (US$740 million) deal for services across the whole government, while Italy's Banca Caribe and IBM are launching Dock, a US$500M joint venture for AI, big data analytics and cognitive tools for the bank and its clients.
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Oracle is showing steady growth, but its competitors are bigger and growing faster. Can Oracle avoid getting flattened?
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Cisco is looking to leverage July Systems' technology to help enterprises locate customers, employees and visitors inside facilities.
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The A10 Ingress Controller for Kubernetes provides load-balancing and analytics for cloud-native apps.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 6/10/2018
The US jumps from #5 to #1 on the supercomputing leaderboard, but China likely won't just lie back and take it.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 5/17/2018
Cask Data develops an open source platform that helps enterprises deploy big data applications using Hadoop.
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