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Salesforce welcomes Amazon Web Services as preferred cloud providerSubscription

AWS’ cloud services to support international growth


Lenovo introduces water cooling at University of BirminghamSubscription

Increases available compute power, decreases cost

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Microsoft, Facebook team up to build Atlantic's highest capacity submarine cableSubscription

Merea will connect Virginia Beach to Bilbao

AT&T, Short Hill Mountain, data center

Local residents protest construction of mysterious AT&T buildingSubscription

Company insists it is not building a data center, yet residents are not so sure

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Research: African data center growth gathering paceSubscription

But progress hindered by some regions’ struggle to shake off history of low demand

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Why China built a quantum communications satelliteSubscription

26 May 2016 By

The country’s scientists are also building a 2,000km quantum communications network

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Enterprise cloud evolvesSubscription

24 May 2016 By

Public cloud gets the publicity, but Asian private and hybrid cloud services are evolving

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Will you put apps in Containers-as-a-service?Subscription

19 May 2016 By

Containers promise a lot, and the major cloud providers are all offering them on-demand

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OpenStack goes live: a Summit to think aboutSubscription

13 May 2016 By Eric Doyle

OpenStack is impressive but there are still usability blocks that hold it back from wider adoption