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Talk About an Own Goal

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Little fluffy clouds

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Lock away your bits

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How much carrion can a carrier pigeon carry?

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E pluribus unum

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It's over? Pat Gelsinger's post vSphere VMware NSX-T opportunity

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Is Simon himself trapped in the system?

Deep dive into “Data Centre” topics

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open 'My entire company is without comms': Gamma's Horizon cloud PBX goes DOWN 40
open Empire state of mind: NYC scatters palm leaves for Bezos' cloudy web shop juggernaut 16
open Oi! Not encrypting RPC traffic? IETF bods would like to change that 10
open Ethernet patent inventor given permission to question validity of his own patent 28
open OK Google, what is African ISP Main One, and how did it manage to route your traffic into China through Russia? 36
By pschurr
open FPGAs? Sure, them too. Liqid pours chips over composable computing systems 12
open Google's data-transfer boxen hit beta in Europe 2
open New appliances from Cisco aim to make branch SD-WAN easier 8
open NBN satellite user waiting for extra gigabytes? Keep waiting 6
open France: Let's make the internet safer. America, Russia, China: Let's go with 'no' on that 57
open Big Q. Tch, what could have persuaded Intel to bring forward 5G chip production six months? 6
open OK Google, why was your web traffic hijacked and routed through China, Russia today? 76
By P. Lee
open What's big, blue, and short on Intel? The supercomputer world's podium: USA tops Top500 with IBM Power9 21
open When you play the game of storage arrays, you win or you – where are the visionaries? 10
open Western Digital: And when I pull the covers off, behold as NAND becomes virtual DRAM 19
By ChiefDS
open FCC Commissioner slams San Jose mayor for not approving 5G cells… then slams him for approving them 8
open NHS*IT: Welsh system outages put patients at risk 13
open In the cloud, Mumbai is a long way from Asia 5
open Hybrid cloud’s growing pains – and how to beat them: A guide to raising a good platform, so you can raise a glass later 1
open Bloodbath as Broadcom slashes through CA Technologies personnel 25
open Monster mash: Spectra Logic's tape library now twice the beast it was 5
open Master of Arris: Network giant CommScope downloads broadband modem biz for $7.4bn 2
By sbivol
open In news that will shock absolutely no one, America's cellphone networks throttle vids, strangle rival Skype 54
open Abu Dhabi drops sack of cash into UK broadband challenger Hyperoptic 6
By jms222
open VMware and Lenovo are about to hit go-go on Project Dimension beta 3
open 4G slowcoach Three plans network and IT overhaul to get foot in the door with 5G 12
By Lee D
open Qualcomm: Welp, there's a $5bn-ish Apple-shaped hole in the books, but at least we have other chip buyers 2
By robidy
open Six lawsuits against FCC's 5G idiocy – that $2bn windfall for telcos – is bundled into one appeals court sueball 28
By jake
open NAND so it begins: Micron mounts head-on attack against 10K disks 13
open DXC: Everything is going to plan, too well in fact... we've chopped so many staff, our IT projects are now behind 35
By G4FUJ
open Russian computer failure on ISS is nothing to worry about – they're just going to turn it off and on again 58
open Mobile ops and Wi-Fi set to scrap for spectrum in the glorious 5G future 13
By DougS
open British fixed broadband is cheap … and, er, fairly nasty – global survey 45
open SaaSy Salesforce's EMEA arm hands over £5m to Brit taxman 2
open Oracle 'net-watcher agrees, China Telecom is a repeat offender for misdirecting traffic 17
open Disky business: Seagate hyperscale customers slow to 'digest' inventory 2
open The PCIe bus is coming, and everybody's jumping... New York to San Francisco, an NVMe disco 6
open The Register translates VMware's VMworld Europe 2018 news into plain English – our free guide for every reader 18
open Cisco swings the axe on permanent staff – hundreds laid off worldwide this week 27
open Uncle Sam, D-Link told to battle in court over claims of shoddy device security: Judge snubs summary judgment bids 11
open Tata on trial: Outsourcer 'discriminated' against non-Asian workers, claim American staff 54
open What the PUC: SK Hynix next to join big boys in 96-layer 3D NAND land 6
By DougS
open Nokia's open SDN, SoC-it-to-me open 'Chiplets', Verisign exits the DDoS protection biz, and more 1
open Heart Internet stops beating, starts Monday with big portion of FAIL 31
open DBA drifts into legend after inventive server convo leaves colleagues fearing for their lives 57
open You've heard of 'trust but verify', right? Well, remember 'trust but protect' when mulling building a hybrid cloud 3
open Intel peddles latest Xeon CPUs – E-series and 48-core Cascade Lake AP – to soothe epyc mygrayne 18
open Seagate HAMRs out a roadmap for future hard drive recording tech 20
open Tax me if you can: VMware UK tosses shrunken offering to HMRC 28
open Commvault revenues grow – but only just – as it switches to subscription pricing 4
By J. Cook

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