Pavlov Media, a Champaign, Ill.-based company offering broadband, voice, and television services, has added a new data center in Orlando, Florida. The new site adds an Orlando to Atlanta 100 Gbps fiber connection to Pavlov Media’s existing U.S. backbone network.
Supermicro, has announced the availability of new SAP HANA servers certified by SAP for VMware HCI. Supermicro’s collaboration with VMware would delivers an alternative to the traditional Fiber Channel SAN-based virtualization infrastructure.
After acquiring Aporeto, a machine identity-based microsegmentation company for $150 million in cash last December, Palo Alto Networks will now pay approximately $420 million in cash to acquire CloudGenix – a cloud-based SD-WAN provider.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the general availability of Amazon Detective, a new security service that would make it easy for customers to conduct faster and more efficient investigations into security issues across their AWS workloads.
IBM Cloud has adopted 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors to power its latest bare metal servers. With the addition of the AMD EPYC 7642 processor to its cloud portfolio, IBM is engineered to deliver increased computing performance in its bare metal offerings.
Servpac, Hawaii’s largest independent telecom provider will continue construction of its new MTP data center in Mililani Tech Park during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 30,000 square feet data center with Tier 4 design will be carrier-neutral with multiple fiber entrances.
Lancium, an innovative data center technology company from Houston, TX, has secured its fifth patent. This latest patent would cover an “essential” function of their Lancium Smart Response power management software, which allows data centers to ramp their power consumption up or down in as little as five seconds.
Ingram Micro has extended $110 Million in additional credit to channel partners in the U.S. and Canada while waiving financial services fees. Ingram Micro is responding to the financial constraints and market challenges U.S. and Canadian SMBs are facing amid COVID-19.
Commvault has announced the availability of its latest product innovations, which include new cloud and on-premises data management capabilities. These capabilities would make it easier for customers to protect, control, manage, and use data across multiple clouds.
China Mobile Hong Kong is the first telco operator in Hong Kong to launch its gaming service ‘UGAME’ on mobile and UTV devices. CMHK is partnering with global cloud gaming provider, Ubitus, to launch this 5G cloud gaming service and help shape the future of mobile game streaming.
End user spending on IT infrastructure (server and enterprise storage systems) will decline in 2020 as a result of the widespread coronavirus pandemic, says IDC. Under the current probable scenario server market revenues will decline 3.4% year over year to $88.6 billion.