Category: Cloud


Google licks lips at thought of DCI pie

Google might be raising some eyebrows with its traditional business, but the Cloud team has started down an interesting route in the world of data centre interconnect.

BT dumbs down digital transformation

BT Global Services has unveiled its new Business Platform-as-a-Service, which it has given the catchy name of Personalised Compute Management System, or PCMS for the time oppressed.

BT wins in US – neat

BT has produced a handy little win in the US after the General Services Administration (GSA) selected BT Federal as one of the companies to be eligible to propose to provide services.

Samsung shows how big it IoT aaS is

Samsung has launched its latest assault on the world of IoT, launching a brokering service for hardware manufacturers and service providers on its Artik IoT platform.

The 31 July Recap featuring our mate in NYC Dan

A slightly different format this week as Jamie has a quick catch-up with Light Reading’s Dan Allen. Over in the US, Foxconn plans to build a couple of plants in a $10 billion commitment, while Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is named the world’s richest man. Quarterly earnings calls are painting a troubled landscape in the network infrastructure game, and what is the human cost of automation?

Huawei reports slowest growth for four years

Huawei has reported its numbers for the first six months of 2017, hording an impressive $42.03 billion, but at 15% year-on-year growth it is the slowest in four years.

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