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LF Networking Gets Ambitious About Open Harmonization

LOS ANGELES — Open Networking Summit — Building on significant momentum in the networking space, the Linux Foundation’s networking arm is getting even more ambitious, announcing a move to harmonize its open source networking efforts with those of adjacent ecosystems including containers and cloud-native efforts, edge computing, network operating systems …

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Vodafone expands NBN rollout; launches Vodafone TV

The Vodafone TV (Image: Vodafone) Vodafone Australia has announced that it is expanding its National Broadband Network (NBN) services to five more areas by April, in addition to unveiling its new NBN pricing plans. “We are now announcing today that we are rolling out to new capital cities. So we’re …

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Formula 1: How sensor technology is changing the race

(Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Formula 1 teams are becoming increasingly reliant on technology, with sensors, servers, connectivity, unified communications, and cybersecurity solutions crucial for enabling the analysis of data to improve cars and raceday strategies. We look into how tech companies and connectivity providers like AT&T are helping F1 teams like …

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​What's the best cloud storage for you?

Back in 2007 Drew Houston, Dropbox‘s CEO, got sick and tired of misplacing his USB drive, so he created the first personal and small business cloud storage service. It was a radical one in its day. Today, everyone and their uncle seems to be offering cheap or free cloud storage. …

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​What's the best cloud storage for you?

Back in 2007 Drew Houston, Dropbox‘s CEO, got sick and tired of misplacing his USB drive, so he created the first personal and small business cloud storage service. It was a radical one in its day. Today, everyone and their uncle seems to be offering cheap or free cloud storage. …

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