HPE plans new cloud product
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OneSphere  links clouds

HPE is planning to announce a new product called OneSphere that could help companies track when employees use public clouds like Amazon Web Services.

Amazon’s denies Cloud leaves China
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Web services have not been sold off

Amazon has denied that it has given up on trying to provide its lucrative cloud services in China and has flogged off the operation to its Chinese partner.

Biggish Blue expands its “quantum” cloud computing
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Powered by millions of dead or alive cats
 
The ever shrinking Big Blue is expanding what it calls quantum computing as a cloud service.

Alibaba's cloud powered by Qualcomm MDM9206
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Ported to the LTE IoT modem

Qualcomm and Alibaba have ported Alibaba Cloud Link One to run on the Qualcomm MDM9206 global multi-mode LTE IoT modem.

Qualcomm Centriq 2400 to challenge Intel
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Shipping for revenue

It has been a few years' journey but the Qualcomm Centriq 2400 series is finally shipping for revenue. This was confirmed by Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager of Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies (QDT).  

Forrester forecasts cloud for 2018
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So the same as 2017 then

Number crunchers at Forrester have been shuffling their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that the cloud will be even bigger in 2018.

Cloud boom helps big tech bottom line
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Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Intel cash in

Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Intel are making a killing from the Cloud.

Google and Cisco team up on cloud
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Kubernetes and Istio service mesh

Google and Cisco have teamed up on the hybrid cloud.

Cray expands HPC in the cloud
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Chummy with Microsoft

Cray continues to expand its HPC in the cloud plans and has teamed up with Microsoft to bring supercomputer-as-a-service solutions to Microsoft's cloud.

Azure was downed for seven hours by fire alarm
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SLA for that day down to  71.6

It’s all very well these arrogant tech firms telling us that our data is safe and always accessible in the cloud - but that’s clearly not so.