SoftIron revolutionises cloud with HyperCloud system
SoftIron revolutionises private cloud infrastructure with its new HyperCloud offering, promising universal scalability.
QNAP debuts Thunderbolt 4 all-flash NASbook for video production
QNAP Systems launches Thunderbolt 4 all-flash NASbook TBS-h574TX, a compact, user-friendly computing tool aimed to transform video production workflows, featuring low-latency storage, fast file editing, and powerful Intel processing technology.
Asus unveils AI-powered laptops & dual-screen OLED tech at CES 2024
At CES 2024, ASUS debuts AI-powered technology that redefines the limits of performance, including the world's first 14-inch dual-screen OLED laptop and foldable OLED portable display.
atNorth collaborates with Crusoe for green energy-powered computing in Europe
atNorth partners with Crusoe Energy for Europe's first green-energy powered computing project in Iceland.
'Digital Sustainability Alliance explores energy efficiency in computing'
Digital Sustainability Alliance releases policy paper on energy efficiency in computing, inspired by the NegaWatts utility model.
Oracle named Leader in 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Services
Oracle named Leader in Gartner's 2023 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Services, underscoring its strong expansion in the sector.
Dell & AMD expand Generative AI portfolio with PowerEdge XE9680 support
Dell and AMD are set to expand their Generative AI portfolio, adding support for the PowerEdge XE9680 to advance AI operations.
FPT Software joins IBM and Meta-led AI Alliance to bolster open innovation
Global IT frontrunner, FPT Software, joins the IBM and Meta-led AI Alliance, advancing open innovation in AI.
Data centre decommissioning: Risks of getting it wrong
Data centre market surge prompts call for secure decommissioning strategies amidst data risk.
The ongoing evolution of intelligent edge computing
Intelligent edge computing will bring significant opportunities for development and growth in the coming years.
Australian tech start-up & RMIT join forces to enhance national cyber security
In a bid to strengthen Australia's infrastructural cyber security, tech start-up Tide Foundation and RMIT University collaborate.
Supermicro launches new GPU systems based on Nvidia reference architecture
Supermicro introduces new GPU systems based on Nvidia's reference architecture, offering enhanced AI infrastructure and improved computing.
Akamai Technologies celebrates 20 years in Asia-Pacific
Akamai Technologies is celebrating 20 years in Asia-Pacific and Japan and is confident about the future as customer demand grows in cloud computing.
Getac launches next gen models of two most popular devices
Getac has unveiled its next generation UX10 tablet and V110 laptop, two rugged devices designed for challenging work environments.
Next-gen computing market to be worth $783.64Bn by 2033
Adoption is reaching its peak due to the new computing architectures' ability to fulfil the needs for data processing, transfer rates, and energy usage.
Dynabook ANZ aids in future of hybrid work with latest release
Dynabook ANZ has announced the refresh of its popular Satellite Pro C40 14.0 and C50 15.6 product range, which now feature the 12th Gen Intel Core processors.
NVIDIA unveils new centralised computing technology for autonomous vehicles
NVIDIA has unveiled DRIVE Thor, a centralised car computer that is set to make the driving experience safer and easier for autonomous vehicles.
Western Australia CUA panel picks ASI as preferred supplier
Western Australia's Common User Arrangement (CUA) panel has chosen ASI Solutions as a preferred supplier for device hardware.
Cohesity appoints Michael Alp as Australia & New Zealand managing director
Michael Alp, former vice president of Pure Storage, has become the new managing director of Cohesity in Australia and New Zealand. #data #management.
TerraMaster launches its T6-423 Professional NAS with TOS 5 OS
TerraMaster launches T6-423 6-bay tower NAS for small and medium-sized businesses, featuring the new TOS 5 operating system. Available now.
Hands-on review: The A500 Mini Retro Gaming Console
Retro Games has launched the A500 Mini Retro Gaming Console, a tiny homage to the original Commodore Amiga 500, complete with classic games.
Java's growth through Oracle provides coding for the future
At some point in your life, it is likely that you would have heard of, utilised, or even worked with Java software in your day to day life.
Entrust secures against quantum threats with latest offerings
Entrust has announced four new solutions aimed at helping organisations prepare for the security challenges presented by quantum computers.
Lenovo unveils TruScale High-Performance Computing as a Service
Lenovo has launched TruScale HPCaaS, providing organisations with supercomputing power through a cloud-like experience.