Microsoft to Buy Gaming Giant Activision for $68.7 Billion

Microsoft's plan to buy gaming giant Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion could further energize Redmond's cloud, mobile, and metaverse offerings

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DISH Network Bets Big on Spectrum

DISH Network just spent $7.3 billion in hundreds of wireless spectrum licenses. Will it finally make it as the fourth biggest 5G carrier in the U.S.?

By: Mary Jander
January 18, 2022

TSMC: Big Growth, Big Plans

TSMC revenues grew to US$56.8 billion last year, and the world's biggest chip manufacturer plans even more growth for 2022

By: Mary Jander
January 13, 2022

Data Center Service Providers Head to Africa

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Digital Realty and Equinix are buying regional data center and interconnection service providers in Africa, where new infrastructure could set off enormous market growth

By: Mary Jander
January 06, 2022
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AT&T and Verizon Pivot on FAA Standoff

[Updated 1/3/2022] After initially refusing a government request to postpone their 5G rollout this week, Verizon and AT&T have agreed to delay their C-band rollout two weeks more

By: Mary Jander
January 03, 2022

How Cisco Missed HashiCorp

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Cisco may have created a monster by letting HashiCorp go public

By: R. Scott Raynovich
December 29, 2021

The Top 10 Cloud Tech Trends of 2021

Futuriom takes a look back at the top trends in cloud technology for the year 2021 and peeks at what's ahead

By: Mary Jander
December 28, 2021
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Cohesity Files for IPO

Data management firm Cohesity has confidentially filed with the U.S. SEC to go public

By: Mary Jander
December 23, 2021

Oracle to Pay $28.3 Billion for Cerner

Oracle is set to pay about $28.3 billion to add Cerner, a market-leading electronic medical records company, to its list of cloud-enabled enterprise applications

By: Mary Jander
December 20, 2021

Cockroach Labs Scores $278 Million, Eyes IPO

Cockroach Labs, maker of CockroachDB, has scored $278 million in Series F funding on a valuation of $5 billion

By: Mary Jander
December 16, 2021