NVIDIA and Oracle are partnering to speed up AI adoption by enterprises across industires. The collaboration will bring together the full NVIDIA accelerated computing stack and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). OCI is expanding its capacity […]
Fusion Broadband taps Equinix for global expansion
Australia’s Fusion Broadband has expanded into Equinix to increase its global footprint and offer customers enhanced performance and more advanced connectivity options. Leveraging the massive global infrastructure of Equinix, which has more than 220 data […]
India’s server market up, external storage market down in Q1
In back-to-back Q1 updates, IDC has reported that India’s server market grew 33.8 percent to reach US$310.6 million while its external storage market dropped six percent to US$83.0 million. The x86 market contributed 88.8 percent […]
Oracle and Walmart acquire combined 20% stake in TikTok Global
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.
Oracle to take a 12.5% stake in TikTok Global
In a double announcement, Oracle has become TikTok’s secure cloud technology provider and taken a 12.5 percent stake in TikTok Global.
ByteDance picks Oracle for TikTok
Move aside, Microsoft and Walmart. It seems that ByteDance has decided to partner with Oracle to solve its TikTok challenge in the US.
Advantage China: TikTok sale hits roadblock
China has just thrown a spanner into the TikTok sale of its US operation. By announcing an additional 23 new categories to its regulations on technology export, the China government has gained an advantage in the deal.
TikTok interests Walmart
First, it was Microsoft. Now, Walmart has decided to join the Redmond-based software company is buying TikTok.
Zoom rides on Oracle Cloud
Source: OracleZoom Video Communications is banking on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support its dazzling growth to 300 daily meeting participants in March.
Sun slips into history
Some may have already forgotten about Sun Microsystems, the company that introduced the SPARC processor and developed Java. The once mighty workstation maker was bought by Oracle in 2010. It seems that the last of […]
Flash-based array market clips US$11b in 2014
Flash-based array is more than just a flash in the pan. The emergence of more robust offerings that can handle a wide range of increasingly complex workloads helped drive the worldwide flash-based array market to US$11.3 billion in 2014, according to IDC.
The impact that flash-based arrays will have on the datacentre is undeniable as more flash-based platforms are delivering enterprise-class data services, including snapshots, clones, encryption, replication, and quality of service (QoS) as well as storage efficiency features.
Once dominated by storage startups looking to carve out a niche with flash-optimised solutions, the promise of flash in the datacentre is driving traditional enterprise storage vendors, such as Dell, EMC, HDS, HP, IBM, NetApp, and Oracle, to all get on board and offer flash-optimised hybrid flash arrays, and in some cases, all-flash arrays.
NetApp unleashes new Data ONTAP to enable greater IT agility
Global business faces a new era in which agility in IT is central to success, today and in the future. Competition, an always-on global economy, and the urgency to make data a propellant for advantage all require the CIO to provide the business with an infrastructure agile enough to cope with a very dynamic business environment. Customers want to accelerate their business with greater efficiency and productivity, but they must think differently to remove the complexity, cost, and inefficiencies of decade-old IT approaches.
Today, businesses can make agility in IT a reality. NetApp, in collaboration with its partners, is introducing a new way for customers to fundamentally architect and manage their data storage infrastructure differently to be more agile. Building on years of storage efficiency and clustering innovation, new platform features, products, and technologies with the latest release of Data ONTAP software, enable IT to better respond to changing business requirements, maintain non-disruptive operations, and grow the business without limits.e future. Competition, an always-on global economy, and the urgency to make data a propellant for advantage all require the CIO to provide the business with an infrastructure agile enough to cope with a very dynamic business environment. Customers want to accelerate their business with greater efficiency and productivity, but they must think differently to remove the complexity, cost, and inefficiencies of decade-old IT approaches.