Storage
3:30

SA astronomers go open source for massive MeerKAT data

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory will use open source technology to store and retrieve the huge volumes of data from the MeerKAT radio telescope.

2:30

VMware CTO discusses Blockchain, Project Dimension

O'Farrell says VMware Blockchain is being created to solve challenges in three key areas.

1:10

Gelsinger: Momentum of VMware Cloud on AWS growing

VMware Cloud on AWS is delivered, sold and supported by VMware and its partner community.

1:30

VMware extends integrated hybrid cloud platform

The company wants to address the 'entire spectrum of the multi-cloud journey'.

5:10

Fujitsu powers near-zero emissions data centre in wind turbine

WestfalenWIND IT has built one of the world's first data centres located inside a wind turbine, directly utilising eco-friendly electricity.

2:10

VMware to acquire Heptio

The deal was announced at VMworld in Barcelona this morning, but no terms have yet been disclosed.

3:20

VMware adopts an 'intrinsic security' approach

At VMworld 2018 this morning, CEO Pat Gelsinger said the industry needs to think about security in a fundamentally different way.

1:10
6 Nov

Pinnacle appointed as Infinidat distributor in SA

Infinidat's offerings bridge the high-end software-defined storage portfolio gap in Pinnacle's enterprise solutions business unit.

5:30

Fujitsu introduces entry-level PRIMERGY servers

The PRIMERGY mono socket tower and rack servers bring new levels of versatility and performance to small and medium-sized environments, says Fujitsu.

3:00

Pure Storage establishes B2B standard

The company increases its loyalty metric four years in a row, with a certified Net Promoter Score of 86.6.

3:00

Digitally preserving our cultural heritage

Data management underpinned by AI advancements hold the key to preserving our cultural heritage, says Morne Bekker, country manager at NetApp SA.

3:00

Make the move to the cloud safe

Protecting data in the cloud is quite similar to securing information in a physical data centre onsite, says Charl Ueckermann, CEO at AVeS Cyber Security.

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