IBM has unveiled a raft of new announcements today at Interconnect 2016, its largest ever cloud event.
BT is to install a cloud-based breach prevention security system from Palo Alto Networks (PAN) into its global Cloud of Clouds, writes Telecoms.com.
Music streaming service Spotify has announced that it is to switch formats for storing tunes for customers and is copying all the music from its data centres onto the Google’s Cloud Platform.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced partnerships with telcos Swisscom and Telecom Italia subsidiary Telecom Personal to share its cloud service expertise and boost its presence in the comms industry.
Oracle has unveiled plans for a technology campus in Austin, Texas in a bid to expand its workforce by 50% in three years.
Cisco claims that customers can take a further step towards network automation as it launched a new release of Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) software to its software defined networking range.
IBM is aiming to popularise its proprietary machine learning programme SystemML through open-source communities.
Tata Communications claims its new IZO Private Cloud service will help CIOs wrestle back control of their IT from the public cloud.
EMC and VMware are to combine their cloud offerings under a jointly owned 50/50 shared Virtustream brand led by Virtustream CEO Rodney Rogers.
Cisco Systems is to form a joint venture with Chinese server maker Inspur, selling networking and cloud computing products in China. Cisco and Inspur will jointly invest $100 million in the project.