ZTE has attributed its focus on delivering cloud computing, big data, and smart city solutions as drivers of its net profit increase to 883 million yuan for the first quarter.
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At Box's second annual developer day, the cloud wunderkind kicks off the event with one of tech's stalwart executives.
Located in Canberra, the National Computational Infrastructure stores and manages access to more than 10 petabytes of national and international data sets, including from the Bureau of Meteorology, the World Climate Research Programme, and observation data from NASA.
Original device manufacturers are gaining market share as hyperscale providers buy no-name servers. Can the traditional enterprise giants close the gap with private clouds?
IBM's cloud leader Robert LeBlanc talks about IBM's cloud future, why public infrastructure-as-a-service matters to Big Blue and hybrid deployments led by analytics.
Industry cloud is an up-and-coming element within cloud computing. A Tech Pro Research survey shows that only 20 percent have ruled out using industry cloud within their organization.
Cloud computing has come of age, and we're entering a new period of activity; one that isn't necessarily public. Drew Turney deconstructs the movement's new groove.
The Helion Rack includes infrastructure and platform services designed to host mission critical cloud apps.
Britain's GCHQ has built its own Pi cloud consisting of 66 Raspberry Pi Model Bs to teach its engineers about 'scale out' computing.
Alibaba is expanding its cloud computing services in the US, and the firm's first expansion overseas will be to Silicon Valley.
Intelligence agencies do more than just spy on you in the cloud. Some, like the CIA, use the cloud for their own purposes.
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Back in 2011, network architects at the NASA Center for Climate Simulation began investigating the viability of running the organisation's modelling and simulation applications on cloud infrastructure as an alternative to its purpose-built computing cluster named Discover.
New research shows that cloud offers IT a means to communicate with users, be responsive, and gain relevancy.
Concerns over high upfront costs and associated risks are hindering the adoption of cloud computing in the region, where only 22.2 percent of Asian cities have deployed it, according to Microsoft-CityNet research.
Cloud decisions for enterprises are shifting back to central IT; Amazon Web Services leads; Microsoft's Azure surges and there's a lot of headroom left for infrastructure as a service.
Operating systems are a commodity; what really matters are the applications we use and the services we connect to.
IBM is hoping to get more exposure to e-commerce companies and be seen as a cloud infrastructure partner.
Microsoft is using its own Cloud Platform System to power its internal 'Nebula' infrastructure-as-a-service cloud.
There is a lot to like about using the cloud for infrastructure, but there are risks as well. Remember: your vendors may not always share your priorities.