Tech Capital Location Award 2022 winner
Friday, June 10, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Quantum Loophole, Inc., a developer of Gigawatt-scale master-planned data center communities, has announced that the company has won the Location Award 2022 in the first edition of The Tech Capital Global Awards. The Tech Capital Location Award is the only annual prize to recognize geography for its attractiveness and investor-friendly climate when dealing with dig...
Kubernetes performance benchmarking from Speedscale
Thursday, June 2, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Speedscale achieves expertise as part of Google’s Partner Advantage Program, helping SaaS companies optimize cloud price-performance ratio while scaling quality Speedscale, the Kubernetes traffic replay company that can simulate production conditions, announces it has successfully achieved expertise in cloud-native application development as part of Google’s...
Solving game development bottlenecks with cloud computing
Friday, May 13, 2022 by Richard Harris
For years, baking lightmaps have been a necessary but time-consuming part of game development. Pre-calculating lighting information improves performance in-game, but consumes on-premises computing resources, tying up artists' workstations or valuable network machines for minutes, if not hours, at a time.
But now, thanks to the power of cloud computing, ...
AppSecCon 2022 dates
Monday, May 9, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
The Purple Book Community, a community of top security leaders, announced that AppSecCon 2022 will take place May 18-19, 2022. The virtual event is expected to host thousands of leading security professionals from around the world.0
AppSecCon 2022 dates
When: May 18-19, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PT) each day
Where: Virtual Conference, Register Today! Presenta...
Video editing SAAS platform lands $46M in funding
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
A video-editing SAAS platform formerly known as Toch.ai announced they have secured $46.8 million in Series B funding led by A91 Partners, Alpha Wave Global, and Binny Bansal, who is the former co-founder of Flipkart and a current investor in the company. Other investors include Innoven Capital, Pacific Western Bank, and Stride Ventures amongst others. Th...
Quantum computing learning platform launches
Monday, April 18, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Q-CTRL announced the release of Black Opal Pro, an upgraded and expanded version of its world-first interactive quantum computing learning platform. Black Opal Pro adds new modules and features to the basic version announced in November 2021, which already has 3,000 registered users.
The announcement arrives on World Quantum Day, an international initiative dedi...
Files acquires ExaVault
Tuesday, March 29, 2022 by Richard Harris
Files.com, the Cloud-Native SaaS platform for File Integration and Automation, announced the acquisition of ExaVault, a major cloud file transfer vendor for SMB and mid-market businesses. The acquisition will generate the largest cloud-native files platform, with over 6,500 active business-to-business (B2B) customers.
Through its award-winning enterprise-grade file t...
AI strategy for business leaders from NAVER
Wednesday, March 23, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
NAVER CLOVA, NAVER’s artificial intelligence (AI) division, announced that it is presenting at NVIDIA GTC, which runs from March 21-24, 2022. Hosted by NVIDIA, this annual global AI developer conference will include more than 900 sessions delivered by 1,400 presenters, including industry leaders in AI, high-performance computing, and computer graphics.
DevOps predictions for 2022
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 by Richard Harris
Yoav Landman, Co-Founder, and CTO of JFrog created Artifactory after 7 years as a senior consultant with AlphaCSP. He has held several senior technical roles with Attunity, Verve, and Sausage. Yoav holds a Master of Computing degree from RMIT University and a BA in Law (LLB) from Haifa University.
Low-Code/No-Code, Metaverse, and DevOps predictions for 2022
Cloud and Edge computing 2022 predictions
Monday, January 17, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Tobi Knaup is the CEO & Co-Founder at D2iQ, an independent Kubernetes company that 30% of the Fortune 50 companies and the U.S. Department of Defense rely on for their most mission-critical apps. Knaup shares his 2022 predictions about the shifting cloud landscape.
The marriage of Cloud and Edge:
While both edge and cloud computing has been the subj...
Voice Technology predictions for 2022
Friday, January 14, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
Joe Hagan, Chief Product Officer, is responsible for the LumenVox product portfolio. For more than 20 years, Joe has directed high-performing Product Management, Strategy, and Marketing teams across a diverse set of technology companies. Prior to joining LumenVox, Joe established the Product Management function and built out the marketing organization for CiBO Technolog...
Quantum, Metaverse, NFTs and Healthcare blockchains coming in 2022
Saturday, January 8, 2022 by Richard Harris
Manjusha Madabushi is the CTO and Co-Founder of Talentica Software, the global leader in product development services for early and growth-stage technology businesses. She has mentored over 70 start-ups in building successful products across domains like FinTech, Media & Ads, EdTech, and Healthcare in a career spanning more than 3 decades. Manjusha is an avid h...
Cloud and cyber asset management trends for 2022
Thursday, January 6, 2022 by Richard Harris
Companies have been racing to mature their technologies and pursue digital transformations in the last few years, as a way to gain or maintain competitive advantage and resilience. This has led to an emerging area of focus: cyber asset management. Organizations are now taking inventory of their IT infrastructure and prioritizing more agile cyber asset management process...
5G 2022 predictions from EdgeQ
Tuesday, January 4, 2022 by Richard Harris
Vinay Ravuri, CEO at EdgeQ shares his predictions for 2022 about the cloudification of 5G, the death of Moore's law, 5G & AI convergence, and more.
5G will become an essential utility and assumed “natural resource” of infrastructure. Supplying the digital “pipeline” and harnessing data currency will become a focal point of national sec...
Intelligence cloud lands from Azul
Monday, December 20, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
Azul announced Azul Intelligence Cloud, a new family of products that apply cloud resources to analyze and optimize Java fleets and provide actionable intelligence. Intelligence Cloud’s first offering, Cloud Native Compiler, brings elasticity to Java JIT compilation, enhancing the performance of Java applications in any computing environment, including microservic...
EraCloud launches from Era Software
Tuesday, November 9, 2021 by Richard Harris
Era Software, the company that helps enterprises observe cloud services and infrastructures, has announced the general availability of EraCloud, a software as a service (SaaS)-based offering that includes the EraSearch observability and analytics platform optimized for real-time, low-cost log management. In addition to EraSearch, EraCloud features administrative functio...
Pasqal receives startup of the year award
Friday, November 5, 2021 by Russ Scritchfield
Pasqal, developers of neutral atom-based quantum technology, announced they were named Startup of the Year by L'Usine Nouvelle, a leading French business news site covering economic and industrial news across industries. L'Usine Nouvelle's awards programs honor innovations, individuals, and projects that aim to solve society's biggest challenges.
Kinetica as a service is now available on Azure
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 by Christian Hargrave
Kinetica, the database for time and space, is now easily accessible as a service on Microsoft Azure, giving organizations real-time contextual analysis and location intelligence on massive data sets with reduced computing infrastructure and lower costs.
Organizations across industries rely on Kinetica's vectorized database to analyze data from sensors and ma...
Open source services from Rafay Systems
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 by Christian Hargrave
Rafay Systems announced its plans to open-source its Zero-Trust Access and GitOps services. Developers will be able to take advantage of and contribute to, these battle-tested services that significantly reduce the complexities associated with securing access to and automating the ongoing operations of Kubernetes infrastructure and modern applications. These two service...
wasmCloud platform updates
Wednesday, October 6, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
WebAssembly pioneer Cosmonic has announced the 0.50 release of wasmCloud. The distributed application framework and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Sandbox project was created for building universally portable cloud-native applications with WebAssembly that can plug into multi-cloud, multi-edge, and now far-edge environments directly inside the browser.
How smart contracts and AI could work together
Monday, September 20, 2021 by Guido Santos
It’s a common refrain within IT teams: challenges with data management can inhibit business agility and slow AI-driven innovation to a crawl. Why? Because as data grows and complexifies, proper data management becomes increasingly time-consuming and effort-intensive. This type of data conundrum is what keeps Data Scientists awake at night (and not just figurativel...
2021 Coding Week recap from industry experts
Monday, September 20, 2021 by Richard Harris
National Coding Week takes place during September 13 - September 19 and it is a great time to engage everyone into coding in a fun and easy way. According to an article from National Today, "92 percent of executives believe American workers are not as skilled as they need to be." National Coding Week is a perfect opportunity for improving your coding skills to...
Cloud native computing foundation welcomes wasmCloud
Friday, August 27, 2021 by Freeman Lightner
WebAssembly Pioneer Cosmonic has announced that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted its universal application runtime for building cloud-native applications with WebAssembly that can run anywhere, as its latest Sandbox project.
Quantum computing company receives over $9M in funding
Thursday, August 26, 2021 by Richard Harris
Quantum Brilliance, a venture-backed Australian-German full-stack quantum accelerator startup, has announced closing a USD$9.7 million seed investment co-led by the QxBranch founders’ and Main Sequence investment consortium.
Quantum Brilliance harnesses synthetic diamonds to build quantum accelerators that do not require near absolute zero temperature or comple...
Kubernetes for the enterprise as Canonical sees it
Tuesday, August 10, 2021 by Richard Harris
Nearly five years ago, throngs of people in cities across America started roaming streets, parks, and other places to hunt down creatures on their cell phones. The launch of Pokémon GO on July 5, 2016, created a craze, peaking at 45 million daily users and smashing previous estimates of player traffic.
Behind the scenes, a new open-source technology played a p...
Developer control plane released from Ambassador Labs
Monday, August 2, 2021 by Freeman Lightner
Ambassador Labs, the cloud-native developer experience provider, announced the Ambassador Developer Control Plane 1.0 (DCP), the company’s new managed developer control plane solution that lets developers code, ship, and run apps using Kubernetes faster and easier than ever before. Ambassador DCP provides a new managed cloud UI and integrated toolchains built enti...
Managing apps on Kubernetes environments just got easier
Friday, May 7, 2021 by Richard Harris
Ambassador Labs announced the new Ambassador Developer Control Plane (DCP), which for the first time gives developers the ability to manage the entire modern software development lifecycle for Kubernetes environments using tools and processes that are familiar to them. Ambassador DCP is designed to address the challenges developers face managing a complex development li...
LinuxONE III Express announced by IBM
Thursday, May 6, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
IBM announced IBM LinuxONE III Express, a new enterprise server purpose-built for three specific workloads: startups, x86 consolidation, and the channel. As an off-the-shelf option as an alternative to public cloud, IBM LinuxONE III Express is a single configuration designed to bring enterprise compute to the mid-market, providing our customers with the flexibility of c...
Continental and AWS team up for automotive software platform
Thursday, April 15, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
Continental and Amazon Web Services (AWS) will be working together going forward within the scope of a new development cooperation. The goal of the long-term collaboration with AWS serving as the preferred cloud provider is to develop Continental Automotive Edge (CAEdge) – a modular hardware and software platform that connects the vehicle to the cloud and features...
Siren platform can now be deployed on top of elastic cloud service
Monday, March 8, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
Siren announced the release of Siren 11.1. The latest version of Siren focuses on ease of use and control, with new functionality simplifying many day-to-day tasks for the analyst and business user. Usability has been addressed with the addition of a new Search UI which is also compatible with mobile devices. In terms of organizational control, a new deep audit fea...
Hybrid cloud services general availability announced by IBM
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
IBM announced that its hybrid cloud services are now generally available in any environment -- on any cloud, on premises or at the edge -- via IBM Cloud Satellite. Lumen Technologies and IBM have integrated IBM Cloud Satellite with the Lumen edge platform to enable clients to harness hybrid cloud services in near real-time and build innovative solutions at the edge.
Quantum computing companies face new challenges in 2021
Tuesday, February 2, 2021 by Richard Harris
The most substantial quantum computing achievements in 2020 were the combined demonstrations of high-quantum-volume (performance) systems available via cloud interfaces with detailed roadmaps for system growth. For instance, IBM and Google both announced plans for machines with 1000 qubits – potentially enough for near-term applications achieving quantum...
Low code platforms evolve beyond application development
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 by Freeman Lightner
Edge computing, which pushes "computational" work as close as possible to the point of data collection, will attain critical mass in 2021. Already, more than 50% of new enterprise IT infrastructure will adopt edge computing as an alternative to massively centralized data centers, for proprietary data or in situations (such as transportation or defense) that ne...
Why blockchain is the future
Friday, January 15, 2021 by Richard Harris
The fears from the pandemic have naturally placed more focus on wearables helping us monitor our health, fitness, and keeping us better connected.
Companies such as Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, and others are flooding the market with health and fitness devices to help mankind to stay healthy and happier. I believe we will see even more companies entering this space and mo...
Persistent memory makes its way into business applications
Tuesday, January 12, 2021 by Richard Harris
In 2021, more businesses will focus on rapidly accelerating and scaling out applications to meet the challenges of digital transformation.
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic drove many businesses, especially those in food delivery, eCommerce, logistics, and remote access and collaboration services, to dramatically scale-out and upgrade infrastructure to maintain high app...