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VMware, Dell split to form independent firms

VMware and Dell say separating gives both companies financial flexibility but lets them continue to grow their technology-development partnership.

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AT&T picked as top managed-SD-WAN provider for the third year

AT&T, Hughes, and Verizon scored first, second, and third in a ranking of managed-SD-WAN service providers by Vertical Systems Group market research.

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Nvidia announces a 2023 launch for an HPC CPU named Grace

CPU is meant to fill the server processor hole in Nvidia’s product line but details are scant.

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Cisco DevNet certifications: 10k awarded in first year

Cisco’s revamped DevNet certification portfolio focuses on network programing, automation and application development, and those software-based skills have never been more important.

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Samsung demos 512GB DDR5 memory aimed at supercomputing, AI workloads

It's twice as fast as existing memory and has twice the capacity, paving the way for new use cases.

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Microsoft documents its liquid-immersion cooling efforts

Power savings is just the start of benefits, along with the potential for much lower hardware failure.

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Arista adds cloud, automation features

Arista introduces CloudVision 2021, which enables easier automation and management of workflows.

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Gartner: Worldwide IT outlay to hit $4T in 2021

Gartner forecasts the biggest growth in IT spending this year will be on laptops, mobile phones and enterprise software.

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Intel releases 3rd-gen Xeon Scalable processor

Intel is trying to wrest back leadership from AMD with a host of new features, massive core count, and 40 new chips tailored for three different markets.

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US IT jobs have regained what they lost in the pandemic

Both IT professionals and the tech sector overall again saw job growth in March, as the tech industry looks to resume year-on-year growth, new data shows.

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Immersion cooling firm LiquidStack launches as a stand-alone company

LiquidStack’s low-power, closed-system server-cooling technology, has caught the eye of Microsoft Azure.

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Arm's latest: A CPU design to better serve AI, ML

The new Arm9 microarchitecture from Arm will cater to the demands of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and add security features.

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5G: mm-wave signals could power self-charging IoT devices

Scientists at Georgia Tech have developed an antenna that can translate millimeter-wave 5G signals into usable electrical power.

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Cisco streamlines, upgrades its SASE bundle

Cisco is making it simpler to buy its SASE offerings, adding passwordless authentication, and helping to customize the package through a SASE channel in its DevNet software-developer community.

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Cisco brings net intelligence to Catalyst switches, app-performance management

Cisco this week said it added technology to its widely-used Catalyst switch and AppDynamics application monitoring package that will let customers more easily see and fix critical network and application problems across their...

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Intel’s $20 billion bet on advanced fabrication

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is going forward with Intel's chip-foundry business, with plans later this year to announce its expansion in the US and Europe.

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Cisco takes its first steps toward network-as-a-service

Cisco unwraps Cisco Plus, a NaaS offering focused on security and hybrid cloud for now

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Report: 5G network slicing could leave flaws for bad actors to exploit

Missing security-validation steps in network slicing design pose a risk of serious privacy and security breaches.

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