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IoT in 2022: IoT turns into a service

As IoT matures, vendors are creating application bundles to simplify deployments, but security remains a worry.

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Latest 5G specs highlight IoT support, better spectrum efficiency

The 3rd Generation Partnership Project has issued recommended enhancements of 5G systems architecture and radio access networks.

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How to shop for firewalls

Next-gen firewalls: Automation, processing power, and a roadmap to future features are key considerations for enterprises looking to buy.

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Microsoft issues a fix for on-prem Exchange mail servers

Due to a “date issue,” mail was being queued up instead of sent.

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Schneider Electric publishes data-center sustainability framework

Framework is designed to help data-center operators minimize the environmental impacts of their facilities.

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Equinix leads consortium that's building fuel cells to power data centers

Seven organizations are looking to develop a fuel cell platform for data centers.

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Iron Mountain acquires ITRenew in sustainability move

ITRenew will brings its expertise in IT hardware reuse and disposal to Iron Mountain’s IT asset lifecycle management business.

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Log4j flaw needs immediate remediation

Exploits of the Log4j vulnerability can lead to loss of data on server systems and denial-of-service attacks.

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Equinix expands adds more processors to its bare-metal service

Equinix Metal service now includes Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Ampere processors.

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IBM, Samsung team on unconventional, super-efficient semiconductor

By reorienting transistors on the semiconductor, IBM and Samsung say their technology can cut power consumption by 85%.

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Intel, hardware vendors working on a high-performance network card

Intel is working with partners in China to build an infrastructure processing a unit that relies on both a CPU and an FPGA.

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Aruba’s EdgeConnect Microbranch aims to simplify remote-work networking

Aruba Networks has announced a new networking solution under the name of EdgeConnect Microbranch designed to simplify the complexity of work from home setup for enterprises.

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US IT job recovery is in full swing, but employee retention can be tenuous

IT hires are on a record pace this year, but CIOs are under pressure to meet their company's goals to recruit talent related to security, compliance and cloud computing.

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IBM offers one-stop-shop for mainframe hybrid cloud initiatives

While cloud companies such as AWS are offering enterprise customers new ways to get applications off the mainframe and onto the cloud, IBM moved this week to keep them on the Big Iron.

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FTC investigation of Nvidia/Arm deal will only hurt Arm

US regulators are investigating whether allowing Nvidia to buy Arm would give it too much control over the semiconductor market and hurt competition.

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Aryaka broadens enterprise targets with managed SD-WAN, SASE services

Aryaka Networks is looking to target larger numbers of enterprise users with new managed Secure Access Service Edge service and an improved, lower cost SD-WAN offerings.

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Gartner: Key infrastructure and operations trends to dominate 2022

Hyperautomation, just-in-time infrastructure, and composable technologies are among the key trends infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals can expect to see in the coming months, according to Gartner.

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Amazon announces third generation of Graviton processors

While missing some details, the Arm-based processor has some key new performance metrics.

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