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Root Data Centers and LitBit: Taking AI to a whole new level

September 14, 2018

By Paul Barker No company can survive if it stagnates and nowhere is this more true than in the data centre operation space where competition is fierce. AJ Byers, former president of Rogers Data Centers and now president and CEO

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BlackBerry unveils new software and services for the Enterprise of Things

September 12, 2018

BlackBerry Ltd. today launched new software and services as part of BlackBerry Spark, the company’s new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform, which it said is designed and built for ultra-secure hyperconnectivity from the kernel to the edge. Unveiled at the

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Partners advance 5G commercial readiness in North America at MWCA

September 12, 2018

As the commercial launch of 5G services rapidly approaches, Ericsson and Intel, together with AT&T and T-Mobile are showcasing the power of the 5G ecosystem this week at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles. The companies said they have

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Microsoft announces plans for new HQ in downtown Toronto

September 11, 2018

Microsoft today announced what it called a “massive new investment in Canada with plans for a state-of-the-art” new headquarters in downtown Toronto. With a move-in date set for September 2020, the facility, located at 81 Bay Street, will enable an

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Sprint, Ericsson to launch IoT-dedicated core network and OS

September 5, 2018

Sprint and Ericsson have announced a global relationship to build a distributed and virtualized core network dedicated specifically to IoT (Internet of Things), in addition to an IoT operating system. The two said the “new environment, which is purpose-built for

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5G vendors set to ‘tout their wares’ at Mobile World Congress Americas

September 5, 2018

Mobile World Congress Americas 2018, which takes place in Los Angeles next week, will focus on key themes in the wireless industry, including 5G network build-outs and go-to-market strategies as well as innovations that are advancing the Internet of Things

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Canadian firm inks major cloud agreement with NEC

September 5, 2018

Ottawa-based Solace Corp., creators of PubSub+, an event broker technology that enables smart data movement, today announced a strategic business alliance with NEC Corp. in a move designed to accelerate the latter’s data connectivity offerings. “In recent years, thanks in

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TMR report predicts annual growth of 7.10% for structured cabling market

August 28, 2018

The global structured cabling market is likely to rise at a CAGR of 7.10% during the period from 2015 to 2021, according to a new report released by Transparency Market Research. The commercial, residential, government, industrial, and the transportation sectors

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CloudBees launch new offerings for Pivotal, VMware

August 28, 2018

DevOps vendor CloudBees announced today at VMworld that new CloudBees Core functionality for vSphere, as well as new deployment options for Pivotal Container Service (PKS) and VMware Kubernetes Engine (VKE) are now available. With CloudBees Core, VMware and Pivotal customers

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VMware, Dell, Nutanix and HPE lead on-premises cloud market: Wikibon

August 24, 2018

Ahead of VMworld 2018 taking place in Las Vegas next week, Wikibon, the research arm of SiliconANGLE Media, Inc., and theCUBE, today released its third annual True Private Cloud research study. “CIOs realize they can’t simply shove all their data