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Where's the 5G Pot of Gold?


The world's biggest 5G equipment suppliers, including Ericsson, Nokia, and Huawei, have consistently overpromised and underdelivered on 5G expectations


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AWS' Selipsky Reveals One-Cloud Strategy


Adam Selipsky's keynote on Day 2 of AWS re:Invent demonstrated AWS's resistance to any multi-cloud approach

By: Mary Jander
December 01, 2021
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AWS re:Invent Day 1: Performance, Security, IoT, & More


AWS's annual conference features efficiency, performance, and security announcements for developers and managers, with a slew of offerings for industrial IoT

By: Mary Jander
November 30, 2021
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Futuriom 40 Update: Who's Hot, Who's Not


It's time to revisit our Futuriom 40 list of top private companies. Here's who has lived up to our expectations, who's disappointed, and who we're keeping an eye on

By: Mary Jander
November 30, 2021
Clouddata

Why WebAssembly is Building Momentum


A programming technology called WebAssembly is emerging as key to the rollout of IoT and edge applications in cloud environments

By: Mary Jander
November 24, 2021
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Why Ericsson Will Spend $6.2 Billion for Vonage


Ericsson is betting big that API specialist Vonage will bring enterprise 5G riches within two years to justify its $6.2 billion pricetag

By: Mary Jander
November 22, 2021
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Datacenter Chips Drive NVIDIA Results


NVIDIA shares vault higher again on a datacenter chip boom.

By: Mary Jander
November 18, 2021
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SASE Partnerships Heat up with MSSPs


Managed security services providers (MSSPs) are increasingly embracing SASE services.

By: Andrew Braunberg
November 17, 2021
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Fortanix Introduces Confidential AI


Fortanix targets security of data in AI models.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 16, 2021
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Data Center Providers Sold for Over $25 Billion


The data center market is booming: CyrusOne is taken over by KKR and GIP for $15 billion; CoreSite sells to American Tower for $10.1 billion.

By: Mary Jander
November 16, 2021
Medical

VA Featured in 5G Healthcare Trial


Working with Verizon, Microsoft, and Medivis, a hospital in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) network claims to be among the first to deploy 5G-enabled virtual reality for medical use

By: Mary Jander
November 11, 2021