Cloud technology and the increasing pace of globalisation allow small and mid-size businesses to scale faster than ever, but also puts them in a bind.
Stories by By Marc Ferranti
Agilex processors are the first Intel FPGAs to use 10nm manufacturing, achieving a performance boost for AI, financial and IoT workloads
Spending on enterprise software, particularly cloud services and applications, is expected to grow faster than any other category of IT this year, fueling an overall increase in global spending on technology.
HPE is uniting information and operational technology in edge-network hardware and software systems.
Lenovo and NetApp have jointly developed flash storage, plan sales cooperation worldwide and created a joint venture to capture storage and data management business in China.
Nvidi's T4 GPU will appear in Google products, gains support from Cisco, Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HPE, IBM, Oracle and SuperMicro.
To get up and running on a self-service, big data analytics deployment platform efficiently, many IT professionals these days would likely think of a cloud service. But not so fast -- for big data applications, the public cloud can be more expensive and slower than on-site private cloud solutions.
HPE's pledge to pump billions of dollars into developing edge systems shines a light on the company's ambition to be the leading end-to-end computing infrastructure provider.
Many if not most large enterprises run hybrid computing environments and are looking for management software flexible enough to run in, and manage assets, across private and public clouds.