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Internet outages drastically increased during COVID-19 lockdowns, report finds
Global internet disruptions increased 63% in March, with internet service providers hit the hardest. This is according to the 2020 Internet Performance Report from ThousandEyes, the internet and cloud intelligence company.
Cloud IT infrastructure spending on the rise in 1Q20 - IDC
However, investments in traditional, non-cloud, infrastructure plunged 16.3% year over year.
Why cybersecurity challenges have become a primary driver for lifecycle management
At the foundational level, cybersecurity risk mitigation can be boiled down into three main steps.
Schneider Electric launches distributed IT management services
The new services are designed to ensure coverage at unmanned sites and provide savings over the lifecycle of the infrastructure.
IDC: Global IT spending to decline 5% worldwide
"Where there is growth, most of it is in the cloud" as infrastructure spending manages to rise among a sinking market.
COVID-19 intrusion further derails enterprise infrastructure market, says IDC
The Australian and New Zealand region is facing another tough year that has put its economic structure on a weak footing, as the COVID-19 crisis further impacts markets.
IDC: 4Q19 picks up cloud infrastructure market
The 12.4% year-over-year growth in 4Q19 brought the full year into positive territory with annual growth of 2.1% and total spending of $66.8 billion.
AddOn Networks' latest release enables higher bandwidth
AddOn Networks has launched a range of optical transceivers with the intention to upgrade 400G and 100G infrastructure worldwide.
IT pros fear threats to critical infrastructure, report shows
IT professionals are concerned about operational technology (OT) security and attacks on critical infrastructure, with a number of people saying the responsibility lies with government, according to a new report.
Equinix acquires Packet, looks to dominate emerging bare metal market
Equinix has completed its acquisition of Packet, a bare metal automation platform, for US$335 million. As part of the transaction, the combined company will operate the existing Packet business as Packet, an Equinix company.
Network infrastructure in 2019 stagnated, expert says
"As the large part of ongoing development is looking promising, 2020 may bring further advancements, especially if new technologies and solutions will be integrated and adopted on a wider scale."
CCL and Commvault: when partnership breeds success
At the Commvault GO event in Denver this week, we sat down with CCL and Commvault to discuss the relationship between the two companies, the next steps for CCL and how the partnership played into achieving success.
Wipro named Leader in data centre outsourcing Magic Quadrant
It was positioned as a Leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Data Centre Outsourcing and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services, Asia/Pacific.
Gartner: 5G infrastructure revenue to reach US$4B in 2020
7% of CSPs worldwide have already deployed 5G infrastructure in their networks and the rollout is set to accelerate.
Canalys: Infrastructure shipment growth finally slowing
“Vendors have become accustomed to high double-digit percentage growth rates over the last 18 months,” however, shipment numbers are starting to fall.
Cloud infrastructure revenue rises, despite spending drop
Dell, HPE, Cisco, Lenovo, and Inspur are just some of the cloud IT vendors that have taken a slice of rapidly expanding cloud infrastructure revenue, despite cloud IT infrastructure spending on the decline.
Hunter Water IoT trial to detect leaks and protect water infrastructure
A digital innovation trial by Hunter Water and NNNCo will assist in detecting leaks and predicting water main bursts before they occur.
Dell EMC’s six server market trends
As the evolution of cloud-based computing continues, it is important to know what’s ahead to stay ahead of the market.
New Zealand Super Fund invests $115m into North America data centres
The New Zealand Super Fund is set to invest up to US$115 million in North American data centres, as it seeks to capitalise on demand for digital infrastructure and data.
Vertiv appoints new Malaysia country manager
"With Wooi Keat leading the Malaysia business, I am confident that we will be able to solidify our position as the preferred partner for critical infrastructure solutions.”
Opinion: 5G’s imminent impact on data centre infrastructure
Digital Realty’s Joseph Badaoui shares his thoughts on how 5G will transform data centre infrastructure now and beyond.
Hyperscalers open purse strings wide with big CAPEX jump
The insatiable appetite for data around the world has seen the data centre giants scrambling with huge investments to keep up.
VMware launches service-defined firewall
VMware’s new internal firewall solution locks down known good behaviour at both the network and host level to reduce the attack surface.
Gallery: Seagate’s Singapore R&D facility pioneering storage innovations
The Shugart was completed in June 2015, spanning 440,000 square feet and capable of housing approximately 850 employees.