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Microsoft NZ targets surging public cloud market with new CSPs
Rhipe & Umbrellar will be joining Dicker Data, Exeed, and Ingram Micro as CSPs following 'rapid adoption' of public cloud platforms in NZ.
HPE's latest tool for CSPs uses AI to 'automate a dynamic world'
Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled its HPE Intelligent Assurance Suite for CSPs this week, hailing it as an AI that can automate a dynamic world.
Comms industry needs to invest in AI to prevent disruption - Accenture
Accenture’s ‘Disruptability Index’ shows that the communications industry should invest in AI to take advantage of recognisable disruption patterns.
Cinia partners with Megaport to deliver direct cloud connectivity
Cinia has leveraged Megaport’s global SDN as a part of its cMatrix service, a customer-specific direct connect solution.
CloudSense & NTT DATA partner to help CSPs tackle digital challenges
Together, the companies will work on NTT Data’s Digital Telco Lab with the aim of developing digital solutions for Communication Services Providers.
Australia – Leading the way in diversifying cloud services
In the past few years, Equinix’s cloud ecosystem has diversified considerably, particularly in Australia, where demand for cloud services is strong.
Three things companies must know about data sovereignty when moving to cloud
Move out of that 1980s technology stack and into the world of the cloud – you can get there with knowledge and a trusted vendor.
F5 and Equinix: Hybrid cloud application services without compromise
So nothing falls through the cracks, hybrid cloud workloads and applications need to work harmoniously.
The goal is clear for CSPs: Become digital media providers despite the challenges
This transformation affects multiple network layers and components.
Global data center market set to grow, report says
The global data center market is set to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of close to 11% during the forecast period