IBM invites customers to build applications on its new 20-qubit system, as 50 qubits loom on the horizon.
The bank has admitted it was late in filing more than 53,500 reports as required under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act, but has asked for Austrac to consider them as one course of conduct, arguing that it was due to one systems-related error.
Quantum computing for the IoT era: The duo hope to guide application development to make transportation more efficient, including traffic decongestion and route optimization for emergency vehicles.
The exchange has migrated 'mission-critical' legacy applications to Red Hat, after first deploying the company's JBoss Enterprise Application Platform in 2011.
Telstra has spent AU$72.5 million on mobile broadband spectrum, including more than AU$55 million in Brisbane alone, while NBN, TPG, Vodafone, and Optus also purchased additional spectrum during the auction.
48 percent of IT decision makers at APAC organisations are confident of their security measures, despite 86 percent of those organisations having been victim of a breach, Fortinet's enterprise security survey has revealed.
The development of its own 7nm technology is a significant milestone for customers like AMD and IBM that need the highest performance. But GlobalFoundries has also evolved into a full-service foundry with a range of technology and products.
Microsoft's One Commercial Partner chief, Ron Huddleston, looks to be leaving, capping off a year of sweeping changes for the company's sales and partner organization.
Opinion: Upon finding updated but disturbingly unofficial source documents, David Gewirtz recants his earlier statement that the FCC changes are benign. The FCC's intentions may be out there, but they were not published according to its own guidelines for rulemaking review.