Company officials said revenue for its Fibre Channel networking unit is coming in softer than expected and that its U.S. federal business was slow.
Two months after Carly Fiorina ended her own presidential campaign, reports are surfacing that Ted Cruz has her on a shortlist of running mates.
Although the overall number of vulnerabilities in Oracle's software is high, there are just seven issues for enterprises to be concerned about.
The current Google Transparency Report on the Safe Browsing status for Google.com doesn't give the site a perfect grade.
NBC Olympics plans to archive a whopping 6PB of data, including an estimated total of 1PB of footage of Olympic Games content.
By changing the way it allows parents to give their kids money to buy music, iTunes is taking some of the fun out of getting music as a kid.
Dell and EMC officials continue to fill out leadership positions as they prepare for Dell's $67 billion acquisition, which should close by October.
The LPC-175F is barely larger than a deck of cards, and can be used for such jobs as digital signs, thin clients, embedded controls and kiosks.
The dual-channel AP will eliminate the speed degradation that comes when a slower device shares the same channel as 5GHz devices.
The company reportedly will cut as many as 15,000 jobs as officials look to make Nokia more competitive in the networking space.
The upgraded systems, which include everything from towers to racks to HPC nodes, will get a 20 percent performance boost.
With the deal, the chip maker will get expertise in functional safety technology that is needed for autonomous cars and other self-operating systems.
The partnership comes a month after Mitel kicked off an effort to focus on 5G, which promises faster speeds and more capacity than 4G LTE.
A rumor this week said the company will start offering data-only plans, but T-Mobile tells eWEEK that it has offered them for years.
The company's ONS 5.0 offering also includes more SDN and NFV services and support for the Kilo and Liberty releases of OpenStack.