Author: DC2020

tennis ball on court

Andy Murray has just conquered the grass courts of Wimbledon for the second time in his career, emulating the last British player to win consecutive Wimbledon titles – Fred Perry in 1936. Of course, in the interim 80 years the game has evolved dramatically. However, the biggest recent change has arguably been around data. These days, players step out onto the court after analysing opponents’ data...

Read More

The recent International Supercomputing Conference offered delegates an exciting look at what’s coming up in the world of supercomputers. The annual event attracts thousands of delegates, vendors, universities and research organisations. All showcase the latest technologies, services and advancements in this most specialised field of computing. And Frankfurt 2016 was no exception. Cray hinted at offering a “Supercomputer-As-A-Service” in the future. The supercomputer company sees this as a way to give customers...

Read More
highway

Imagine a form of data transfer which enabled you to download 18 HD films in just one second.Through the power of LED lighting, it could soon become reality. Light Fidelity (Li-Fi), also known as VLC (Visible Light Communication) is a relatively new way of transmitting data wirelessly.It uses light-emitting diodes from LED bulbs to transmit at high-speed (way faster than the eye can see). It’s...

Read More
blue neon network of cables

Legacy debt, also known as technical debt, is a familiar problem facing data centre and IT heads. On-premises architecture, requiring extensive maintenance, becomes out of date. However, because investment has been made and because organisations are now using the related systems, it becomes harder to move away. Operating expenditure continues, and IT professionals carry on spending time maintaining and troubleshooting. As a result, investment in new...

Read More

The past few years have seen an explosion in content. Mindful of the adage “content is king”, marketers and businesses are producing unprecedented amounts of blogs, articles, videos, and infographics. These are being consumed on all manner of devices. Then there are innovations such as 4k, which require more infrastructure and bandwidth. Imagine you stream independent films from your server in France. Suddenly your content starts getting...

Read More

Guest blog author: Elisabeth Schwarz, Director, Service Provider Markets, APAC, Epsilon Telecommunications Bio: Elisabeth heads up the Asia Pacific Sales team from Hong Kong and leads the strategic development for commercial activities within the region. LinkedIn: Elisabeth Schwarz   [line] Real time data and network analytics are bringing a deeper level of intelligence to data centre connectivity and creating networks that deliver reliability, efficiency and guaranteed performance. As applications and services become more...

Read More

Guest blog: Daniel Thomas,  Director at Compare The Cloud Twitter: Compare the Cloud LinkedIn: Daniel Thomas Original article posted on Compare the Cloud: The technology landscape in the year 2025 [line] It is easy to predict what is coming up for the next year but thinking further out is always a challenge.  In this blog post I am going to look at advances made in 2015 that will impact us in 2025. Quantum...

Read More

Guest blog author: GianLuca Carola, Director, Cloud and Application Markets, Epsilon Telecommunications Bio: Mark Gianluca leads the strategic development for Cloud, Content and Applications global markets in Epsilon. LinkedIn: GianLuca Carola   [line] The move from data centres to digital centres is driving change in the network. By 2020, networks will have transitioned from traditional point to point services to being dynamic on demand and elastic services which enable all kinds of...

Read More

Guest blog: Daniel Thomas,  Director at Compare The Cloud Twitter: Compare the Cloud LinkedIn: Daniel Thomas Original article posted on Compare the Cloud: Crouching OEM Tiger, Hidden Cloud Dragon [line] Today when we look at the Chinese market we think of it as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) or white label goods provider, goods that are produced in China and rebranded for sale elsewhere, such as Apple iPhones.  On November the 20, 2012...

Read More

It’s official. Driverless cars will be tested on Britain’s motorways from next year. George Osborne wants to see the country “lead the world in new technologies and infrastructure”. The Chancellor has previously stated “driverless cars could represent the most fundamental change to transport since the invention of the internal combustion engine". These measures are expected to position the UK as one of pioneers of the driverless vehicle...

Read More