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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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Where managers go to die

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Is Simon himself trapped in the system?

Deep dive into “Data Centre” topics

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open Clunk, bang, rattle: Is that a ghost inside your machine? 83
open Cisco firewalls under attack – and there's no patch: Too many SIPs and they drown in data 3
open Talk about Micron-aggression: US charges Chinese biz, staff over DRAM chip secrets theft 14
open It's wall-to-wall Huawei: Chinese behemoth hogs five of six top spots in SPC-1 array benchmark 8
open While everyone coos at the promise of 5G, UK network Three asks if it can tempt you with 4G+ 31
open Behold! Blocks and Files is born again as storage tech website returns 6
By dfsmith
open UK banking TITSUP*: This time it's Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks 18
open The great and powerful Oz (broadband network): Revs rise, but nbn™'s exec bonuses don't 11
By DiViDeD
open Cisco chucks its hat into the 400Gbps ring 4
By a_mu
open Cray's pre-exascale Shasta supercomputer gets energy research boffins hot under collar 16
open If you have inner peace, it's probably 'cos your broadband works: Zen Internet least whinged-about Brit ISP – survey 79
open Spectrum-starved Wi-Fi vendors look at DSRC band, sharpen knives 8
By joed
open It's been a week since engineers approved a new DNS encryption standard and everyone is still yelling 87
By JohnFen
open IBM's Red Hat gobble: Storage will be a test of Big Blue's commitment to open-source software 19
open Unsure why you can't log into Office 365? So is Microsoft 71
open Budget 2018: Landlords could be forced to grant access for full-fibre connections 36
open Micron's Chinese DRAM antagonist hit with US export boycott 8
open Aussies: Want gigabit symmetrical NBN? We've got good news and bad news 2
open McAfee says cloud security not as bad as we feared… it's much worse 33
open Oz spy boss defends 'high risk vendor' ban 13
By Mark 65
open Pirate radio = drug dealing and municipal broadband is anti-competitive censorship 85
open IBM sits draped over the bar at The Cloud or Bust saloon. In walks Red Hat 44
open Techie was bigged up by boss… only to cause mass Microsoft Exchange outage 74
By ArrZarr
open Official: IBM to gobble Red Hat for $34bn – yes, the enterprise Linux biz 294
open Super Cali goes ballistic, net neutrality hopeless? Even Ajit Pai's gloating is something quite atrocious 29
open What can I say about this 5G elixir? Try it on steaks! Cleans nylons! It's made for the home! The office! On fruits! 30
open The end (of the flash boom) is nigh! But not before SK Hynix tallies up its record revenues 8
open Flash price-drop pops Western Digital's wallet: Surprise revenue fall with worse to come 15
open Nokia layoffs possible, Broadcom waves new network silicon, Arista goes 400G and more 3
open Openreach hacks full-fibre broadband prices for developers... Property developers, that is 25
open The best way to screw the competition? Do what they can't, in a fraction of the time 129
By DustyP
open Our brave El Reg vulture sat through four days of Oracle OpenWorld to write this cracking summary just for you 26
open Amazon is at this point a money-printing cloud machine with a grocery store in the parking lot 36
open If you saw a Google ad recently, know that it helped pay off one of its 'sex pest' execs $90m 21
open Intel: You'll get 10nm next year – now witness the firepower of this fully armed cash machine 8
open Telstra Health to keep troubled Aussie cancer database contract 2
By onefang
open Shingled-minded Western Digital insists its latest hard drive sets disk capacity record 20
open Scale Computing hauls in cash bundle from Lenovo and pals 3
open BT's new chief exec Philip Jansen to trouser £3.9m+ from telco 8
open Have you ever, ever felt like this? Have strange things happened? Is high-speed data going round the twist? 26
By jmch
open AMD's shares get in a plane, take off and soar to 12,000 ft – then throw open the door, and fall into the cool rushing air 23
open NetApp puts MAX Data, er, ONTAP and StorageGRID gets flash acceleration 5
open Hang on, don't go out yet – wait till IBM's done swinging its storage announcements around 4
open BT, beware: Cityfibre reveals plan to shovel £2.5bn under Britain's rural streets 55
open Bad news: Juniper to pass Trump's China tariffs onto customers. Er, good news? It'll be about 4%, says CEO 12
open If you want to rent AMD Epyc bare-metal boxes in the cloud, Oracle hopes you see red 4
By Fenton
open US congress-critters question prime directive of Pentagon's $10bn JEDI cloud contract 13
open This is a leader's square for storage leaders, IBM, Dell EMC and Scality tell wide-eyed Qumulo 5
open Seagate and Western Digital neck-and-neck at the nearline drive-in 2
open Unexpected MySQL database meltdown fingered in GitHub's 24-hour website wobble 14

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