After a long history of treating business users with benign neglect, Apple is touting enterprise customers and partnerships as strategic to delivering record-setting third-quarter results.
GE is now looking to sell off pieces of its industrial Internet of Things business, after trying to build it into a top-10 software company, according to reports.
Istio, an open platform for connecting, managing and securing Kubernetes microservices, hits version 1.0 on Tuesday. But can it fly without Amazon and Microsoft?
By making more cloud/IT resources available in its IBXs, Equinix is moving well beyond data center and interconnection to play a strategic role for large enterprises in the hybrid cloud space.
With recent initiatives in Internet of Things and on-premises software, as well as its open source, AI and security strengths, Google Cloud Platform is finding its place in a hot market.
Executives in whimsical footwear and oversized gadgets of balls and tubes were side-by-side with the latest open source, AI, IoT and hybrid cloud technology at Google's annual cloud conference.
Google and GitHub are collaborating on Google's new platform for Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), in advance of GitHub's pending acquisition by Google competitor Microsoft.
Enterprises can move to the cloud at their own pace with Google's new Cloud Services Platform and GKE On-Prem software, says Urs Hölzle, Google's senior vice president for technical infrastructure.
Google is introducing a physical hardware key to provide platform access for high-priority end users, as well as protections for G Suite and virtualized and containerized apps.
Google is extending AI to the IoT edge and connected devices, including a new Edge TPU chip to run TensorFlow machine learning on IoT devices.
Schneider Electric, a major supplier to everyone in the data center space, sees a rush to identify and build out edge data centers that sit between the cell tower and a CO or regional data center.
Google adds enterprise appeal to G Suite, including a new Gmail user interface, enhanced enterprise search, enterprise capabilities for Google Voice, and standalone licensing for Google Drive.
Google is adding Smart Reply to Google Hangouts, Smart Compose for autocompleting email and grammar suggestions to Google Docs.
Google is integrating disparate open source software into a single platform to make it easier for enterprises to deploy, manage and secure applications across the public and on-premises clouds.
Google is taking its cloud invasion deep into enterprise territory with server software that runs containerized apps on-premises.
Getting high-value workloads such as analytics, AI and blockchain much closer to the business customer is increasingly becoming a priority.
Technology gives network operators the ability to rapidly deploy on-premises networks on demand, using the same tools they're now using in the public cloud, the vendor says.
The SD-WAN provider, which brings its own global networking infrastructure, now allows network operators to prioritize traffic based on the identity of the user.
Infinera has offered to acquire Coriant for $430 million in cash and stock but the deal is truly complementary, not just a cost-cutting exercise, both companies say.
With a new report, a glossary and an open source effort, small group intends to better define what edge computing is and will become.
Cloud and intelligent edge are paying off big for Microsoft, as revenue tops $110 billion for the first time ever.
All kinds of companies in telecom – such as AT&T and Verizon – and other vertical markets are moving to the cloud at different speeds and for different reasons. So why are so many of them using AWS?
Reports of Amazon getting into the white-box switch business are exaggerated. Oh well, that would have been fun.
IBM nailed a third consecutive quarter of revenue growth Wednesday, putting its five-year revenue decline farther behind it.
'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.
AWS wants to get machine learning out into the field faster, and improve natural language recognition for sentiment analysis and other applications.
Like the name says: Enterprises can let employees in need of a loaner Chromebook just grab one and go.
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.
The Dunant cable, a private cable exclusive to Google, will go live in late 2020 connecting Virginia Beach in the US to the French Atlantic coast.
Salesforce is beefing up its toolkit to help enterprises identify customers.
Startup Arrcus de-stealthed Monday, with a scalable operating system for white box switches targeted specifically at massively scalable infrastructure for service providers and hypercloud platforms.
The use of artificial intelligence by telcos is currently limited, but the Acumos AI Project looks set to make machine learning applications more easily created and readily available.
‘Alexa, please add a white box switch, no-show athletic socks and minty toothpaste to my shopping cart.’
The new version of Microsoft's group chat service is free for up to 300 users, turning up the heat on competitor Slack.
Cisco has lost some key SD-WAN staff that came on board with the Viptela acquisition, as they've left to join their former CEO in a new startup.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT shareholders revolt over Patterson's package; ECI lands backbone deal in Lithuania; Exponential-e tackles multicloud.
A former Huawei employee is suing the Chinese giant over allegations he was sacked for highlighting corporate espionage efforts in which he refused to participate.
Chipmaker Broadcom is buying CA Technologies for $18.9 billion, according to a Wednesday announcement. There's an odd pairing.
Chipmaker transitions to enterprise software.
The updated Salesforce Service Cloud Einstein is designed to help enterprises make customer service interactions better and more productive for everyone, and reduce customers' desires to punch someone in the face.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK Treasury wonks present fiber to-do list; T-Mobile Austria gets EU nod on UPC buy; Orange and Europol become partners in cybercrime.
Privately held firm brings crowd-sourced threat intelligence service and open source SIEM to the AT&T security portfolio.
5G's speed, latency and improved connectivity will bring a quantum leap to enterprise cloud capabilities for mobile users.
Istio is a year-old open source project for orchestrating applications built on microservices, and it's gaining steam, says Cisco's Kip Compton.
Large multinationals struggle to modernize their companies, but new tariffs, data security worries and geopolitical wrangling add more layers to an already complex problem.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MegaFon opens up new route; Three fibers up for 5G; Deutsche Telekom soups up its cloud.
As healthcare, financial services, and education move to multicloud they face different security requirements.
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.
She was a rising star at Intel. Maybe headed back for the vacant CEO job?
Dell is swapping its own stock for VMWare's tracking stock and returning to the public market with a $21.7 billion valuation.
In line with US demands, ZTE has appointed a new board of directors.