Topic: networking

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Digital disruption to add 1.4M new IT jobs in India by 2027: Study

Job roles like social media administrator, machine learning designer, and IoT designer to be among the most in-demand job roles in the coming years.

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Aruba rolls out AI-powered mobility solutions

The new wireless access points support the latest Wi-Fi standard and are the first to be WFA certified for the new WPA3 and Enhanced Open security standards.

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Macquarie Uni coupler enables super-fast fibre, a potential antidote to 'capacity crunch'

​A coupler developed by researchers at Macquarie University Photonics Research Centre has enabled transmission of more than a petabit of data per second down an optical fibre as fine as a human hair.

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Red Hat commits to Openstack for 'at least' 10 years

While Red Hat understandably wouldn't discuss anything to do with the IBM mega-acquisition - for regulatory reasons - director of product management James Labocki and senior director for product management at Openstack Nick Barcet confirmed Red Hat's commitment to Openstack for at least the next "10 years".

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Sigfox president on building a one-stop shop for IoT cloud communications

Sigfox USA President Christian Olivier talks IoT device service strategy and how the company will continue to push its low-power IoT network across the U.S.

Blockchain 2019: How crypto will convert cash, property into digital assets

While they're still nascent, new start-ups are launching that allow users to convert cash, property and digital assets into cryptocurrency that can be tracked and kept in a blockchain immutable record. But there are also some tall road blocks.

Cisco fuses SD-WAN, security and cloud services

Cisco secures SD-WAN software, bolsters cloud-based Office 365 application access, and offers DevNet SD-WAN development options.

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Making the right hyperconvergence choice: HCI hardware or software?

Enterprises planning to adopt hyperconverged infrastructure can select from two main approaches: hardware or software. Hyperconvergence hardware typically comes in the form of an integrated appliance, a hardware/software package created and delivered by a single vendor. Appliance vendors include Dell EMC, Nutanix and HPE/SimpliVity. A software-only hyperconvergence offering allows customers to deploy HCI on DIY basis. HCI software vendors include Maxta and VMware (vSAN).

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VMware bets on multi-cloud offerings to support global community

VMware's CEO Pat Gelsinger shared multiple announcements in support of multi-cloud deployments as he opened VMworld Europe in Barcelona

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Cisco-AWS marriage simplifies hybrid-cloud app development

Amazon Web Services and Cisco have teamed to help customers build apps in the cloud or data centers and move easily between the two.

Inside the beating heart of Microsoft’s expanding Azure empire

As customers around the world increase adoption of Azure, including 95 per cent of the Fortune 500, Microsoft has built a cloud control room to meed demand.

Coming soon: Public blockchains for private business data

Ernst & Young has created a public blockchain prototype it plans to launch in 2019 that lets companies transact with any number of partners in an open network while protecting the privacy of each participant and their data.