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Real-time processor combines higher performance and access to greater memory

In a world of billions of connected devices, data processing can no longer ony happen in the cloud. Computational storage is emerging as a critical piece of the data storage puzzle because it puts processing power directly on the storage device, giving companies secure, quick and easy access to vital information.

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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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Connecterra wins record funding as COVID shows food supply weakness

Breed Reply, a European investor in early-stage Internet of Things (IoT) businesses, has increased its investment in Dutch agritech company, Connecterra. As part of its Series B funding round, Connecterra has secured €7.8 million from existing investors, Breed Reply and Sistema, alongside new investors including AgTech specialists ADM Capital, French food safety enterprise Kersia Group and Dutch impact investor, Pymwymic.

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Closer to the edge: How edge computing will drive Industry 4.0

We’ve been in the process of transitioning to Industry 4.0 (aka the fourth industrial revolution) ever since the German government coined the term in 2011. It’s proven to be a long and complex journey, and by 2025, the World Economic Forum has estimated that the worldwide impact of Industry 4.0 will reach UK£2.7 trillion(€2.9 trillion) in value. Report by Nigel Moulton, global CTO, Dell Technologies.

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Intel unveils AI and analytics platform with new processor, memory, storage and FPGAs

Intel has introduced its 3rd generation Xeon Scalable processors and additions to its hardware and software AI portfolio. These are designed to enable customers to accelerate the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics workloads running in data centre, network and intelligent-edge environments. 

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Keeping ahead of the data curve

The amount of data that is generated, communicated and manipulated in modern industries is truly staggering. For instance, over a terabyte of data is saved each day in power production alone, and this is quickly increasing as time marches on. Here, George Walker, managing director of industrial automation specialist Novotek UK & Ireland, discusses what goes into these multi-terabyte data handling systems.

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Containerisation in the cloud is the future of enterprise apps

Mobility is now vital for any enterprise looking to stay competitive. For many organisations, enterprise mobile applications are a key factor for success. Today’s companies, says Stephan Fabel, director of product at Canonicalespecially those with field and remote workforces, rely on a large number of enterprise mobile applications to ensure employees remain productive and business operations running smoothly.

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New edge computing solutions for 5G launched by IBM and Red Hat

IBM, at its Think Digital conferenceannounced new services and solutions backed by a broad ecosystem of partners to help enterprises and telecommunications companies speed their transition to edge computing in the 5G era. This effort combines IBM’s experience and expertise in multicloud environments with Red Hat‘s open source technology, which became part of IBM last year in one of the biggest tech acquisitions of all time.

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