The enterprise datacentre will be transformed by technologies such as silicon photonics, rack scale architecture and software defined systems in the near future, claims Intel, saying these technologies will help businesses meet demand for digital services.
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Apple has partnered with Dutch chip maker, NXP, to supply near field communication technology that could enable smartphone payments in the next iPhone, according to the FT.
Sportswear retailer Nike has partnered with Juniper Networks to connect its data centres as part of a global private cloud network.
Sales of Google's Chromebooks are set to triple in the next three years as demand increases among enterprise businesses globally, according to analyst firm Gartner.
Big Data analytics relies too much on historic data and has failed to provide businesses with the real-time information needed to supporting fast decision-making, according to the CTO of software provider Tibco.
Enterprise customers will continue to invest in ‘secure' on-premise infrastructure, as public Clouds limit choice and relinquish control of sensitive data, according to EMC's head of advanced software.
The Internet of Things will require a major rethinking of datacentre capacity management to deal with huge data growth, according to analysts Gartner.
A quarter of large global organisations will appoint a chief data officer (CDO) by the end of the year, a Gartner analyst has claimed.
Rapid adoption of technology in the workplace has transformed the way people work and led to large gains in productivity, according to a Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) report.
Online betting exchange Betfair has implemented VMware’s vCloud as its attempts to redefine its IT department as a ‘service broker, delivering virtualised environments to its agile development team through software defined data centre tools.
Rackspace has announced plans to open its cloud services up to third party service providers and telcos, aiming to create a global network of data centres powered by its OpenStack systems.
HP can stake a bigger claim in the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market by creating an enterprise-friendly rival to Amazon’s ‘consumer’ cloud, according to the head of the firm’s Converged Cloud unit, Saar Gillai.
Intuit has stolen a march on PayPay with the launch of its mobile point of sale system in the UK, though ownership of the busy market could be decided by the vendor providing the strongest value added software services an expert has claimed.