There are two major themes that bookend the enterprise conversation about cloud adoption. On one hand, businesses are compelled to move more workloads to the cloud to seize the new opportunities presented by AI, Machine Learning, IoT or even next-generation quantum computing or risk getting left behind.
Google’s artificial intelligence technology is being used by the U.S. Department of Defense to analyze drone footage, a rare and controversial move by a company that’s actively limited its work with the military in the past, according to Bloomberg.
IBM announced enhancements to its line of software-defined storage line called Spectrum Storage. The upgrades address today’s data volume demands, as well as meeting client needs for security and management of data sets.
German company Bosch has presented many new smart-city solutions at this year's CES in Las Vegas. They range from a new compact unit that measures and analyzes air quality in real time, to a system that digitally monitors river water levels and gives early warning of flood risks and a completely automatic parking space service.
At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Samsung outlined its vision and strategy for IoT experiences. South Korean company demonstrated its ability to make seamlessly connected consumer experiences across devices at home, at the office and on-the-go.
Microsoft, battling to improve its internet search capabilities and prove its mettle in the increasingly competitive field of artificial intelligence, is adding features to Bing that improve search within images and give people more context in answers, according to Bloomberg.
Weather anomalies, illegal immigrants and terrorist activities are only a few causes of unusual ship behavior at sea. It will be monitored by the European Border and Coastal Guard Agency Frontex with an advanced IT system developed by Asseco.
Microsoft and SAP announced integrated offerings to provide enterprise customers with a clear road map to confidently drive more business innovation in the cloud. In a bold show of commitment, the two companies also announced they will be deploying each other’s cloud solutions internally.
Samsung announced the launch of SeeColors app, which is compatible with all Samsung QLED TVs. It helps people with Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) diagnose their personal visual deficiencies through the app.
Amazon Web Services announced the Amazon ML Solutions Lab, a new program that connects machine learning experts from across Amazon with AWS customers to help identify practical uses of it inside customers’ businesses, and guide them in developing new features, products, and processes.
Lenovo Data Center Group announced new initiatives designed to empower customers to embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI) and make it a true reality for their organizations to achieve augmented intelligence capabilities for increased productivity and transformative results.
Dell EMC announced new machine learning and deep learning solutions, continuing the company’s work to bring high performance computing (HPC) and data analytics capabilities to mainstream enterprises worldwide.
HPE announced the first product in the Mission Critical Blockchain family. Mission Critical Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a solution that enables customers to run distributed ledger workloads on the highest availability enterprise platforms.
Dell EMC is expanding its midrange storage portfolioi with two new SC All-Flash data storage arrays, along with key software updates to Dell EMC Unity designed to boost efficiency and cost savings for mixed block and file workloads.
German company Bosch won two CES 2018 Innovation Awards at CES Unveiled event in Amsterdam. Every year, the award recognizes the best solutions ahead of the world’s largest electronics show and is an indicator of the trends of the future.
At the Telco Big Data Analytics Summit Euro 2017 in Madrid, hosted by Informa and Telefonica, Huawei’s big data analytics platform FusionInsight-Universe Analytics received the ‘Most Innovative Data Governance Solution’ award.