Including HP and Salesforce, Verizon now connects to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google and Verizon Cloud.
Streams of data are added up and analyzed to offer indications as to whether a potential customer really intends to buy the product that's for sale.
NEWS ANALYSIS: They must take advantage of the digital services economy to compete against over-the-top providers, because their core businesses are under attack.
This is one of the most fun and interesting eWEEKchats of the year, offering an opportunity to predict the IT future for 2015.
SMAC is an acronym for social, mobile, analytics and cloud IT, and eventually the bulk of all technology is going to touch one or more of those categories.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Because the Internet has evolved from being the connection to storage and services to the location of storage and services, it's an even bigger target.
Sentient provides what it calls "massively scaled" artificial intelligence within networks. It routinely runs multiple distributed AI jobs on millions of nodes.
The latest Top500 list shows a continued slowing of overall performance growth, though that could change in 2017.
The recent Dell World show focused in part on the work being done by the company's research unit on cloud infrastructure, security and mobility.
The Energy Department is spending $425 million for the systems and research by AMD, Cray, Intel and others as it aims for exascale computing.
Cloud & Heat proposes housing its cloud servers in homes and other buildings, which can take advantage of the heat generated by the systems.
ownCloud uses its own server-to-server sharing capability to bypass all the Web interfaces that trip up seamless file sharing across silos.
Robots are populating more and more of the jobs humans once held. Congress may regulate them. Are there lines to be drawn here?
The service provides users with transparency into all of the costs associated with fleet management--including ink, which is one of the highest MPS line items.
Awards honor scientists who "refuse to accept conventional wisdom, question everything, and venture into new worlds," Alibaba's Jack Ma said.