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IBM servers crashed in Q4 – just sales, not the mother of all outages


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Oracle swings axe on cloud infrastructure corps amid possible bloodbath at Big Red


Lock away your bits

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How much carrion can a carrier pigeon carry?

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Deep dive into “Data Centre” topics

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open Marvell-ous! Chip slinger unleashes 400Gbps switching silicon for the edge 1
open Take Note: Schneider's teeny-tiny Galaxy VS li-ion UPS set to explode onto data centre scene 21
open Not a great day for Oracle: Top cloud exec jumps ship, analyst recommends cutting shares 13
open F5 Networks buys into open source, hands over $670m for Nginx! Double Nginx! Infinity Nginx! 15
By ekiro
open We can do this the easy way or the Huawei, US tells Germany with threat to snip intel over 5G fears 63
By Alister
open Hyperscalers spunked modest sum of $120bn on bit barns, pipes and plumbing last year 2
By Terje
open Amazon Web Services ships own open-source flavor of Elasticsearch, insists it's not trying to fork developers off 2
By Teiwaz
open High-jacking the Box: Enterprise storage tool's customers leave secrets on web like sitting ducks – including Box itself 4
open Is that rain or tears of frustration on your face? Google Cloud bursts, Console and Dataflow washed away for hours 7
open Back to ASICs: Nvidia coughs GPU-uge $6.9bn to scoff Mellanox 5
By Rohime
open It sounds like a new train line, but no: Compute Express Link is PCIe 5.0 server CPU-accelerator glue from Intel and pals 7
open TalkTalk returns to the email hall of shame as Pipex accounts throw weekend-long wobbly 29
open Radio gaga: Techies fear EU directive to stop RF device tinkering will do more harm than good 121
open Packet switching pickle prompts potential pecuniary problems 67
By swm
open Biker sues Google Fiber: I broke my leg, borked my ankle in trench dug to lay ad giant's pipe 95
By Hans 1
open BNP Paribas systems 'tombés à l'eau' in France for over 24hrs 6
open Dear Britain's mast-fearing Nimbys: Do you want your phone to work or not? 186
open Sure, we've got a problem but we don't really want to spend any money on the tech guy you're sending to fix it 293
open Resistance is... new style: Samsung says it's now shipping resistive eMRAM for IoT chips 28
open Vodafone: Daft Huawei comms gear ban will cripple UK – and cost punters loads 22
By JaitcH
open It's a hard drive ahead: Seagate hits the density problem with HAMR, WD infects MAMR with shingles 43
open From hard drive to over-heard drive: Boffins convert spinning rust into eavesdropping mic 69
By ArrZarr
open You won't get Huawei with this, America! Chinese giant sues US government over 'unconstitutional' ban 32
open Microsoft blesses the clouds down in Africa in full-blown Azure-gasm 6
open Google sells 'predictable' storage costs: $120k for a year before you get a foot in the door, though 4
By Goodwyn
open You have the right to remain on-prem, but you should really head for the cloud, UK plod told 35
open 5G is 'ready' once you redefine 'ready'... and then redefine 'reality' 21
By JohnLH
open Huawei, your way, whichever way. We're cool with being locked out, defiant biz insists 11
By _LC_
open Civil servants 'Sir Humphrey' their way through grilling on's digital transformation 42
open Huawei 'to sue US' over federal kit block – report 39
By jmch
open UK banking was struck by one IT fail every day for most of 2018 56
By paulf
open So close yet so far: Pure fingers manufacturing balls-up for leaving firm $20m wide of its target 21
open Nutanix 'let chaos reign', groans CEO as shares tumble more than 20% amid dismal forecast 49
open We're not throttling you, says Vodafone, claiming slow vid streaming is down to the 'cards' 57
By DaveHan
open Customer: We fancy changing a 25-year-old installation. C'mon, it's just one extra valve... Only wafer thin... 150
By Trixr
open Huawei to the danger zone, ride into the danger zone... Chinese giant denies America's secrets theft, fraud charges 19
open Three-quarters of crucial border IT systems at risk of failure? Bah, it's not like Brexit is *looks at watch* err... next month 211
open Vodafone exec dons tartan tam-o'-shanter, clutches bottle of Irn-Bru, in snap shared with firm... just before Glasgow staff told of redundo dates 83
open Hey mate, are you dense? Why, yes. Yes, I am, says the NAND in Micron's new client SATA SSD 12
By leexgx
open Watching in slow motion as you turn around and say... Take my breath Huawei (with its updated storage silo software) 7
open Prodigy chip brainiacs Tachyum hook up with Euro HPC consortium 2
open BT 'UK's most powerful Wi-Fi'? Why, fie, for shame! – ads watchdog 71
open So. To the question we really wanted answering: How real is 5G? 40
open Western Digital sees storage sun rise in NVMe land... and slowly set on SATA, SAS SSDs 5
open Storage mad lads VAST Data tell world+dog: We've just inhaled $80m. Oh, and here's how we do that 'no more tiers' thing 10
open Wanted: DVLA CTO. Must love cloud, open standards, agile – and retiring outdated kit 26
open Moneybags Buffett on ditching Oracle stake: I don't think I understand where the cloud is going 31
open We'll ask you one more time: Where's our DRAM money? 7
By bex
open After IBM SoftLayer fails to scrub bare-metal box firmware of any lurking spies, alarm raised over cloud server security 26
open Need a 1TB microSD for your smartmobe? Come April, you can free up storage space in your wallet and buy one 27

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