Nisheeth Bhakuni

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Veritas, Microsoft Combine for Hybrid Storage in Azure Cloud

Built on the long relationship between the two companies, the deal includes collaboration tools to jointly sell hybrid cloud storage solutions to mutual customers.

In cloud | 17 Mar 2017
West, Dolby Offering Provides Clearer Audio During Virtual Meetings

Better audio for more engaging remote meetings is just one of the benefits of West’s new InterCall Reservationless-Plus with Dolby Voice solution.

In analytics | 17 Mar 2017
Google Spinoff Waymo’s First Self-Driving Vehicles to Hit Road by Month End

About 100 self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans developed in collaboration with Fiat Chrysler—will make their initial appearance in Phoenix, Ariz. and Google’s hometown of Mountain View, Calif.

In iot | 17 Mar 2017
AT&T 5G Wireless Trial Handles Streaming 4K HD Video, Camera Feeds

AT&T’s first business customer trial of 5G wireless technology, the U.S. Supreme Court’s reduction of the restitution it required Samsung to pay Apple, Microsoft’s second attempt at social AI chatbots and Google’s launch of its Trusted Contacts mobile application.

In analytics | 17 Mar 2017
Seagate Announces Enterprise Capacity 12 TB HDD: 2nd-Gen Helium-Filled Hard Drives

The Seagate Enterprise Capacity v7 3.5-inch HDDs are based on the company’s seventh-gen enterprise-class platform, with multiple features designed to reduce the number of errors, as well as reducing the vibration impact on internal components and improving the security and the endurance of the device.

In misc | 17 Mar 2017
Google’s DeepMind makes AI program that can learn like a human

Program brings artificial general intelligence a step closer by using previous knowledge to solve fresh problems

In cloud | 16 Mar 2017
WD, UN Use Big Data Competition to Fight Climate Change

Data for Climate Action is an open innovation challenge to use data science and big data from the private sector to fight climate change.

In cloud | 16 Mar 2017
A Holy Grail of Personal Computing Hits the Auction Block

Later this month, one of the rarest specimens of hardware history will go up for auction: a working Apple-1. While most will people will never be able to afford to bid on it, this is a great opportunity to look at this beautifully ragtag machine before it disappears into someone’s collection. In July 1976, Jobs […]

In archive | 16 Mar 2017
New AMD Ryzen 5 high performance processors announced

Bargain-hunting PC enthusiasts in need of a new desktop CPU will soon have four more options from Intel’s main competition

In apps | 16 Mar 2017
DNA may soon become a solution for information-storage

Humanity may soon generate more data than hard drives or magnetic tape can handle.

In archive | 16 Mar 2017