executives on the move stairs career promotion upward steps

restricted zone sign

Government-imposed internet shutdowns impacted 1.9 billion people in first half of 2022

More people were impacted than during the same period late last year, even as the number of internet blackouts reduced from 84 to 72 in the first half of 2022.

four internal SSDs on a green background

SSD roundup: New products deliver speed, density gains

Enterprise SSD products are separating themselves from their consumer counterparts by getting faster, smarter and denser.

zero trust

Axis adds automation, onboarding features to Atmos ZTNA network access software

Axis is also offering migration tools and a buyback program for those looking to move from legacy ZTNA (zero trust network access) applications.

cutting cost scissors money george washington dollar bill savings

Top IT vendors report good financials, onging supply woes

Arista, Extreme, Juniper, F5 say supply-chain challenges will likely persist through 2023.


Arista buys software-defined networking pioneer Pluribus

Arista Networks has acquired Pluribus Networks with an eye toward bolstering its own Unified Cloud Networking service.

cutting cost scissors money george washington dollar bill savings

Intel kills Optane amid cost cutting

Optane persistent memory technology was never adopted beyond Intel.

White Intel logo on glass at Computex 2015

Overdependence on PCs and servers drag Intel down

Macroeconomic headwinds weighed on Intel’s results, even as competitors show more resilience.

edge computing

Edge data center market to double in next 5 years, researchers say

5G, IoT and video-streaming demand, as well as growing data volumes, are helping to drive a move toward the edge, a new report from says.

An IT technician works on laptop in data center, with other IT staff in the background.

Dell upgrades PowerStore hardware, software

PowerStore performance gains include faster Intel processors, greater scalability, and tools to simplify NVMe capacity expansion.

Quantum computing  >  A quantum processor radiates power.

IBM bolsters quantum cryptography for z16 mainframe

IBM adds NIST’s new public-key encryption and digital signatures algorithms to defend against attacks by future quantum computers.

Jigsaw puzzle pieces coming together.

Aruba boosts AI capabilities to help enterprises manage, troubleshoot the edge

Aruba’s Edge Services Platform gains AIOps features to streamline network troubleshooting, performance tuning, and security controls.

gentoo penguins

Rocky Linux 9 arrives with Peridot

New to Rocky Linux 9 is Peridot, a tool that makes it easy for anyone to replicate and extend Rocky Linux.

2 networks smart city iot connected

Network automation, SASE, 5G rank among enterprise priorities

Distributed users, applications and workloads are driving enterprises to rethink their network architecture, says World Wide Technology.

A circuit board with CPU / chip displaying glowing binary code.

Intel, other chipmakers warn of price hikes

Semiconductor companies plan to raise prices on processors and peripheral chip products in the coming months, and the price hikes will reportedly stretch into next year.

career trends hot cold thermometer sky

UK data centers can’t handle the heat

Multiple UK-based cloud data centers suffered outages this week, as record temperatures hit the country.

Cato Networks launches SSE system with customizable DLP capabilities

Cato SSE 360 provides a security service edge offering that includes DLP (data loss prevention) features based on customizable rules.

ibm power10

IBM adds four servers to Power10 lineup

New Power10 servers also include pay-as-you-go consumption options.

Quantum computing  >  A quantum processor radiates power.

Nvidia launches quantum computing platform

The goal is to make it easier to program in quantum computing, which is very different from standard computing.

Load More