This page is a compiled list of the latest product launches from leading tech vendors to help you keep up and gain valuable insights into what's new in the market. Make sure to bookmark it for future reference.
Product: Catalyst IE3x00 Gigabit Ethernet switch; IR1101 I Integrated Services Router (ISR)
Cisco introduced the Catalyst IE3x00 series of Gigabit Ethernet switches and the IR1101 I Integrated Services Router (ISR) specifically made for industrial IoT environments. The IR1101 ISRs are modular so organizations can upgrade to new features such as 5G without replacing old equipment. All IE3x00 and IR1101 systems run on IOS XE operating system.
Read more: Cisco goes after industrial IoT
Cisco rolled out Cognition Engine, the largest upgrade for AppDynamics since being acquired by Cisco in 2017. Cognition Engine is to serve as the main platform for future automation and AI-based application performance management for Cisco. It will also allow the integration of AppDynamics application monitoring tools and Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).
Vendor: Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced a fully managed and centralized back-up service dubbed AWS Backup. According to AWS, the service provides a faster and simpler way for customers to back up their data across AWS services and on-premises.
Read more: AWS launches centralised back-up service
Intel launched the 10nm Ice Lake chip, based on the Sunny Cove architecture. In addition, Intel announced Lakefield, a novel computing approach that combines stacked Atom and Core chips.
Product Name: 3rd Gen Ryzen and Radeon VII chips
AMD announced its next GPU, the Radeon VII, and its 3rd-generation Ryzen processor, both of which will ship in 2019 using the 7nm manufacturing process, beating Intel and Nvidia in terms of the chip size.
Vendor: Amazon Web Services
With its Corretto 8 Java build, Amazon Web Services launched its own distribution of standard Java with long term support, giving Java users a potential alternative to Oracle’s own Java Development Kit (JDK).
Vendor: Amazon Web services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched two blockchain-specific managed services for customers today at re:Invent, with Amazon Quantum Ledger Database and Amazon Managed Blockchain.
The cloud computing giant has finally launched support for Kubernetes, as well as a new fully managed container service called Fargate.
Google Cloud launched new tools to help customers design, launch and keep track of their machine learning algorithms. The two new products - one proprietary and one open source - continue with Google's strategy to simplify and speed up its customer's ability to adopt AI techniques.
Amazon Web services announces Outposts, a hybrid-cloud offering using the same hardware AWS uses in its cloud, that can be upgraded with the latest hardware and next-generation instances to run all native AWS and VMware applications
At the annual Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, the cloud company announced the launch of Generation 2 Cloud Platform. According to Oracle, its second generation of cloud will be fueled by intelligent and autonomous technologies to equip the company's platform with advanced security, performance, and cost advantages.
Product Name: Blockchain Cloud Service
Oracle announced the availability of a fully-managed blockchain service over which businesses can automate processes over an immutable electronic ledger, such as tracking goods in a supply chain or handling customer financial transactions.
Read more: Oracle rolls out its own blockchain service
In October 2018, Google introduced Cloud NAT (network address translation) allowing the Google Cloud Platform virtual machine (VM) instances to connect to the internet even if they don't have external, public IP addresses.