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The companies are working on industrial internet of things solutions based on GE's Predix platform and Microsoft's cloud.
Tech industry analysts debate the merits of the proposed acquisition, which Broadcom officials said will make the company a larger IT infrastructure player.
Designed to thwart cyber-security breaches in large enterprise data centers, Hopzero provides a new layer of security protection to complement access-based security solutions.
SpaceBelt’s data security as a service and SpaceChain’s blockchain-based satellite network soon to bring new infrastructure for cryptocurrency security, data storage.
In this eWEEK Data Point article, an expert describes the functions of three important layers in an adaptive network: a programmable infrastructure, analytics and intelligence and software control and automation.
The SaaS-based IoT deployment and management platform now allows users to view more device information and register "things" in bulk.
The vendor’s highly dense SimpliVity 2600 infrastructure solution is aimed at space-constrained environments in the data center and the network edge.
HPE developed in conjunction with Cisco several new networking components, which are designed to future-proof customer networks amid a growing need for high-density, high-speed, high-performance storage connectivity.
DAILY VIDEO: The federal government begins work on the T-Mobile–Sprint merger, and Gentoo Linux reports a hack of its GitHub mirror site.
REGULATORY ANALYSIS: The Federal Communications Commission forms a task force while the Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings on the plans by T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation’s third and fourth wireless carriers to merge.
At Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Discover 2018 event, the company unveiled new Edgeline servers with compute and storage capabilities that run unmodified workloads such as SAP Hana and Azure at the network edge.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Health care professionals participating in the Object Management Group’s Technical Meeting say the internet of things is helping to improve patient care and record-keeping, but a lot more needs to be achieved.