Zendesk has added Instagram messaging to its customer support offering so businesses can provide customer service on Instagram from directly within Zendesk. The Messenger API for Instagram offers support for businesses to manage customer service […]
South Korea’s SK Hynix will acquire Intel’s NAND memory and storage business for US$9 billion. Subject to government approvals expected end 2021, the deal will include the NAND SSD business, the NAND component and wafer […]
COVID-19 has turbo-charged cloud adoption and extension around the world as enterprises scramble to adapt to a new normal. Total worldwide spending on cloud services, the hardware and software components underpinning cloud services, and the […]
Vection Technologies has rolled out VRONE, its first Dell-powered virtual reality (VR) integrated solution for enterprises. Designed by JMC Group, VRONE is powered by Dell’s WKS hardware and Vection Technologies’ real-time VR software suite to […]
AMD is reportedly in advanced discussions to acquire Xilinx for US$30 billion, according to Bloomberg. And it seems that the deal could be sealed as early as next week. If it comes to pass, the […]
IBM and gaming are two words that don’t quite come to mind together. Big Blue is renowned for being the largest technology company in the world at one point in time while gaming is at […]
If there’s one thing about IBM is that the legendary IT giant is not afraid to make hard decisions. It has acquired business that complements its offerings (such as Lotus and Red Hat) while splitting […]
VMware has rolled out the pilot Getting Future Ready training initiative to prepare the Singapore workforce for next-generation technologies. Available to its customers and partners enrolled to the SGUnited Traineeship programme, the eight-week course will […]
Ever felt awkward with your gaze while engaging in a videoconference? Or feeling amused at someone else seemingly staring off camera when on a video call? The new NVIDIA Maxine will help correct such instances […]
The pandemic-struck datacentre market is expected to dip 10.3 percent this year but grow over the next four years, according to Gartner. The research firm projects end-user spending on global datacentre infrastructure to rise six […]
G Suite has gotten a new name — Google Workplace, which includes Gmail, Calendar, Chat, Docs, Drive, Gmail, Meet, Sheets, and Slides. The new package aims to give users a single, unified place for the […]
NVIDIA has availed its Omniverse 3D simulation and collaboration platform for beta testing, giving designers, architects and other creative folks the ability to work together anywhere and in real time. Based on NVIDIA RTX, Omniverse […]
NVIDIA has introduced the data processing unit (DPU), a new kind of processor supported by DOCA, a novel data-centre-infrastructure-on-a-chip architecture that enables breakthrough networking, storage and security performance. It features the new NVIDIA BlueField-2 family […]
E-commerce transactions jumped 300 percent during the the Circuit Breaker period (April to June) in Singapore, compated to the same period last year, according to YouTrip.
ESET is partnering with Ingram Micro to offer its security solutions for businesses on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in India.
NVIDIA Founder Jensen Huang and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger at VMworld 2020.
VMware and NVIDIA are teaming up to transform the enterprise data centre architecture and turn it into an end-to-end AI platform.
Veritas Technologies has acquired US-based software firm Globanet, expanding its portfolio of digital compliance and governance offerings to give customers native visibility into more than 80 new content sources.
DigiCert is collaborating with ServiceNow to simplify certificate management through a comprehensive DigiCert CertCentral application within ServiceNow.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has become the first to offer general availability of bare-metal instances featuring the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU.
ByteDance has received a reprieve from the US ban on TikTok following the creation of TikTok Global, in which Oracle and Walmart will have a 20 percent stake.
In a double announcement, Oracle has become TikTok’s secure cloud technology provider and taken a 12.5 percent stake in TikTok Global.
South Korea’s Penta Security Systems has named PT Prospera Aswindra Teknologi as its distributor in Indonesia.
CenturyLink in now called Lumen Technologies. The newly-named company aims to help lead enterprises through the challenges and opportunities of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
After weeks of speculation, it’s now official. NVIDIA will acquire Arm from SoftBank Group Corp (SBG) for US$40 billion.
It seems like SoftBank is on the brink of selling Arm to NVIDIA. The deal is reported to be worth more than US$40 billion, representing more than 25 percent gain for SoftBank, which bought Arm for US$32 billion in 2016.
Faced with the challenge of providing network access to a remote workfoce, enterprises need to find a way to protect corporate-owned devices from hackers and malware.
Indonesia’s Waresix has raised US$100 million in Series B funding from existing investors EV Growth and Jungle Ventures, and new investors such as SoftBank Ventures Asia, EMTEK Group, Pavilion Capital, and Redbadge Pacific.
Schlumberger IBM and Red Hat are collaborating to accelerate digital transformation in the oil and gas industry.
Independent open source software company SUSE aims to triple its business in Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) in the next three years.
Infortrend Technology has introduced an EonStor CS scale-out NAS solution for large-scale surveillance video archiving from more than 1,000 IP-cameras.