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  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    HPE to build new Pawsey supercomputers

    Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has snagged a A$48m deal to deliver a supercomputer for Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Centre

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    • Two Game-Changing Wireless Technologies You May Not Know About

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    • What Do PCs Have to Do with Sustainability? Plenty

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      It wasn’t long ago that some skeptics forecasted that laptop PC sales would dwindle amid competition from tablets and increasingly capable smart phones. But the laptop is “the little engine that could.” Statista now forecasts that sales of notebook computers will surge to 225 million units in 2021, up more than 60% from four years ago. See More

    • How AI Will Blanket Your World

      Whether we are aware of it or not, artificial intelligence is already all around us. We use AI when we speak to our digital assistants. AI is in email services that automatically complete our sentences or schedule appointments for us. We encounter it when bots field our queries on websites or smartphones unlock upon recognizing our faces. See More

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  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    NHS weathers cyber crime storm during pandemic, says NCSC

    The NCSC dealt with over 700 incidents in the 12 months to August 2020, with over 200 specifically related to Covid-19, and the NHS a critical area of focus

  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    Sky launches new fibre-to-the-home across UK

    Provider aims to install fibre to more than seven million UK households by the end of the first quarter of 2021

  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    Maze ransomware shuts down with bizarre announcement

    The operators of Maze announce they are shutting down, and claim their crime spree was merely intended to demonstrate lax security at their targets

  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    Cambridge Broadband Networks enhances fixed wireless access offer

    After corporate identity shift, fixed wireless network system provider reveals next phase of evolution with new partner programme to address growing FWA market demands

  • November 02, 2020 02 Nov'20

    Finnish government rolls out digital projects to support SMEs

    Finland is set to create network of technology hubs that will support SMEs in the country, as well as create links across the EU

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