Alphabet’s Loon has launched its commercial internet service in Kenya through partnership with Telkom Kenya providing cellular service through their network to an area covering roughly 50,000 square kilometres (31,000 square miles). Here’s why I’m bullish on Alphabet Loon filling a significant void in the internet market for the underserved.
Qualcomm has announced updates to its popular Snapdragon 865 platform upgrading connectivity, CPU, GPU as 5G continues to grow across the globe.
BMW car subscription updates spark the conversation whether consumers are willing to pay for additional features after purchase. Known for its controversy in subscription service, the auto manufacturer argues that this benefits current and future owners.
VMware, part of Dell Technologies, announced its plan to expand its capabilities in disaster recovery with the acquisition of Datrium. What does this mean?
HPE announces updates to its HPE GreenLake for Partners program with emphasis on expanded storage, management services, container enablement, enhanced learning, sales and marketing. This strategy is solid, and likely to spur continued steady growth.
ADTRAN should contemplate recruiting broader telco support for the cable-dominated Plume initiative to further strengthen its Mosaic portfolio, reassuring a wider swath of telcos of Plume’s long-term viability in powering their own customer experience innovations in telco environments throughout the COVID-19 and 5G epoch.
NVIDIA announced a series of important updates to its vGPU offering to power collaboration, work from home and IT administrators amidst COVID-19.
Intel would be better off without Apple’s CPU chip business. Even in just a year, we’ll look back on this and say it actually was good for Intel, much like its 5G modem exit last year has proven to be.
At its virtual Discover event this week, HPE announced the launch of its kubernetes-based container software, HPE Ezmeral. This announcement shows HPE’s continued dedication to its goal of everything-as-a-service by 2022 and heats up the container wars with competitors like IBM RedHat and VMWare.
Amazon continues its climate commitment and furthers communication and investment with a new $2 billion fund and data from its 2019 sustainability efforts