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The move to 400GbE will not only give customers more bandwidth and better economics but also an easier migration path from 100GbE.
DAILY VIDEO: T-Mobile launches narrowband IoT communications nationwide, and Microsoft sharpens SQL Operations Studio's job management tools.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Narrowband IoT is designed to provide a pathway for low-power devices that don’t require much bandwidth to communicate without interference.
eWEEK CASE STUDY: Otis Elevator is creating smarter buildings by using Internet of Things technology to monitor the health of its people-moving equipment to enable predictive maintenance and boost customer satisfaction.
Users of the legacy desktop Skype client software have until Sept. 1 to upgrade or lose access to the communications platform.
Oracle claims its blockchain cloud service is the only one on the market that provides users with a development platform to build their own networks.
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.