Apple’s data tracking was not as good as thought
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Turns out Jobs’ Mob could not predict the future

Apple’s new data tracking human mobility trends service has turned out disappointing as it could not predict the future as believed.

Xilinx announces two streaming server appliances
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Real-Time Server Appliances for High-Quality, Low-Cost Live Video Streaming


Two things happened since March and the COVID-19 virus-induced crisis. Gaming grew, and streaming grew, among total internet use, teleconferencing, and home office explosion. Xilinx announced two real-time server appliances to offer high quality, low-cost live video streaming platform.

Multi-cloud is sucking up infrastructure spend
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There needs to be a better plan

NTT's ‘2020 Global Network Insights Report’ has found that as businesses move applications to multi-cloud environments, investment in the cloud is outpacing organisations’ on-premises infrastructure spend.

Dell releases new PowerScale products
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Unstructured data storage

Dell EMC PowerScale, a new family of unstructured data storage products engineered to help organisations store, manage and capitalise on the massive growth of unstructured data – video, audio, images, documents, health records, and metadata.

Amazon goes EPYC
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08 June 2020

Amazon goes EPYC


AMD on its cloud

AMD announced its second generation EPYC  processor is powering Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) C5a and are switched on in the AWS US East, AWS US West, AWS Europe and AWS Asia Pacific regions.