Cloud

Cloudera CEO outlines the new Cloudera Data Platform

As expected, the newly merged Cloudera and Hortonworks will operate under the Cloudera brand, and is aiming to start moving customers to a new, unified Cloudera Data Platform, while also committing to hybrid and multi-cloud deployments and remaining '100 percent open source'.

Dow Jones' DNA platform produces big data for machine learning

Dow Jones, the longstanding financial news behemoth founded more than 130 years ago, has developed its own mass data service called DNA that allows clients to extract pre-existing and real time data for their operations. Some of the biggest clients are industries such as biological surveillance, reinsurance and capital markets.

USD 250B cloud ecosystem grew 32 percent in 2018

The cloud market ecosystem passed the $250 billion mark in 2018, driven by annual growth of 32 per cent according to new findings.

Here's how to create a long-term edge computing vision

Edge computing requires a change in thinking from the current IT environment dominated by data centers and cloud-based services. Here are some best practices to consider when building a strategy for the edge.

Gigabyte's Aero 15 optimizes itself to save power and push performance

Gigabyte's Aero 15 uses Microsoft's Azure AI and machine learning to tune itself on the fly.

AMD announces 3rd-gen Ryzen and Radeon VII, beating Intel and Nvidia to 7nm

AMD CEO Lisa Su took the stage for the first time at CES, giving details about AMD's next-gen Ryzen CPU and its 7nm Vega GPU, now branded Radeon VII.

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Intel: 5 Tech Trends for 2019

AI software, Specialized Silicon, Hybrid Cloud, Multi-Cloud Orchestration and Block chain to dominate in 2019 says Rajeeb Hazra, Corporate VP at Intel.

Survey: Enterprises want end-to-end management of SD-WAN

Enterprise Management Associates found that 90% of enterprises want platforms that support more comprehensive management of software-defined-WAN environments.

How Cisco's TacOps unit restores communication after natural disasters

Before Ron Snyder joined Cisco's 'Tactical Operations' unit as a solutions architect he was in the US Navy, giving him plenty of experience working in adverse, austere and high-pressure conditions. Now he guides the 11-person team's technical direction to stand up communications infrastructure in areas hit by natural disasters where it's desperately needed.

IBM tops US patent list for 26th year running

​IBM was granted the most patents in the US in 2018, the company’s twenty-sixth consecutive year at the top of the ranking.