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WeRide chooses Weka to manage its AI data pipeline

WekaIO (Weka), a specialist in high-performance and scalable file storage, announced today that WeRide, a smart mobility company with autonomous driving technologies, has selected the Weka File System (WekaFS). Claimed to be the world’s fastest shared parallel file system, WekaIO manages the artificial intelligence (AI) data pipeline from the edge to the core to the cloud.

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Amdocs buys Openet for $180mn to speed CSP cloud transitions and differentiate in 5G

Amdocs, has agreed to acquire Openet, an Ireland-based international provider of 5G charging, policy and cloud technologies. Together, the two companies aim to bring Openet’s open and network-centric technologies to Amdocs’ 350+ service provider customers worldwide, helping them to succeed in the wave of 5G advancements around cloud, edge compute, IoT and new customer experiences.

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Spinal imaging market grows, spurred by AI and 3D-based modalities

The global spinal imaging market is expected to rise at over 5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2020 and 2030. Spurred by increasing volume of spinal surgeries and the advent of cutting-edge imaging technologies,a recent study forecasts that the spinal imaging market will reach an estimated valuation of nearly US$3 billion (€2 billion) by the end of 2030.

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Why IPv6 adoption is still light years away

The implementation of IPv6 is the next step in the evolution of the internet, says London-based Heficed whichprovides full-range services for IP lease, monetisation, and management services. However, the company believes it will still be a long road ahead before it is fully adopted, and the pace at which the market is developing dictates the need for leveraging other solutions.

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Top tips for moving contact centres to the cloud

As you move your contact centre to the cloud, or implement cloud technologies, there are a wide range of issues you need to consider to make sure that the process is a success and that you maximise the opportunities that the cloud will bring. Here Jeremy Payne, VP of alliances at Enghouse Interactive, provides some useful tips to ensure your journey to the cloud runs smoothly.

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Cloud-first managed WAN and security integrated into SD-WAN as-a-Service

Cloud-first WAN company and end-to-end managed SD-WAN provider, Aryaka, is now partnering with Check Point Software Technologies. Together the companies intend to use Aryaka’s cloud-first managed SD-WAN solution and Check Point’s CloudGuard Connect, CloudGuard Edge and CloudGuard IaaS to deliver integrated security and SD-WAN as-a-Service.

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How data enables resilience in a crisis

In today’s environment businesses need to move quickly to gain full control over their data assets if they want to reap the rewards of activated data. This will create an effective data supply chain that delivers demonstrable, transformative results that can be used to tackle immediate challenges and allow for organisations to reconfigure and reaffirm themselves for a post-COVID world. Zhiwei Jiang, CEO of the Insights & Data Global Business Line at Capgemini reports.

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