The telecom deployed its nationwide LTE-M network May 18; it is designed to join others in enabling new-generation IoT devices, applications and services.
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… computing features, enables modularity and elasticity, cuts down cloud computing costs, improves data security, and ensures operational continuity.
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Bletchley v1 slashes the time it takes to deploy a consortium Ethereum network, Microsoft claims.
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The company’s cloud platform runs on containers, as opposed to traditional VM’s which the majority of other cloud platforms run on, which it claims will notably improve efficiency. The software used to run the Triton Cloud service is 100% open source and available for customers to use to operate in their own private data centres within a hybrid cloud model.
“Workloads are more efficient on Triton Cloud,” said Bill Fine, Vice President Product and Marketing at Joyent. “This is because Triton allows you to run containers natively, without having to pre-provision (and pay for) virtual machine hosts. The result is less waste and more cost savings for you.
“Consider our recent blueprint to run WordPress in containers. A minimum running implementation requires six g4-highcpu-128M instances and costs just over $ 13 per month. That minimal site may be perfect for a small blog or staging a larger one. Should you need to scale it, you can resize the containers without restarting them or scale horizontally with Docker-compose scale (or another scheduler of your choice).”
Joyent’s value proposition and marketing campaigns are seemingly built on the claim it is cheaper and more efficient than AWS, as it would appear the team are set on taking the fight to the incumbent industry leader. The company claim there is a notable price-performance cost advantage, more specifically, Elasticsearch clusters on Triton complete query requests 50% to 70% faster, Sharded MongoDB clusters complete tasks 100% to 150% faster and Standard primary/replica Postgres configurations up to 200% faster, in comparison to AWS.
“The cost of running on Triton is about half the cost of running on AWS,” said Fine. “With enough experimentation and determination you might be able to narrow this cost gap by more efficiently bin-packing your containers into VMs on AWS, but on Triton those efficiencies are built in and the cost and complexity of VM host clustering is removed. Each container just runs (on bare metal) with the resources you specify.”
Artificial intelligence has made significant inroads in the consumer world, but use of the technology in the enterprise is still in its infancy.
Stephen Pratt, who recently quit his job as global leader of Watson for IBM Services, is looking to change that. On Monday, he launched Noodle Analytics, a company that promises to bring the power of A.I. to businesses. Billed as “the enterprise artificial intelligence company,” Noodle is built on the premise that A.I. is the next big thing that will set companies apart.
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Microsoft today launched a new standalone app for scheduling meetings called Invite. Available only for iPhone users in the U.S. and Canada for now, you can download Invite now directly from Apple’s App Store.
Here is how it works. First you suggest times that work for you, and then invite attendees to vote. You can send invites to anyone with an email address — even if they are outside your organization. The recipients select all the times they can attend from the app itself or from a browser, once votes are in, you pick the time that works best.
The best part is that anyone invited can see what options work best for other attendees, and suggest their own times as well. The sender chooses a final date and time whenever they’re ready, hitting Send Calendar Invites to get it on everyone’s calendars.
Here is how Microsoft explains its thinking behind the app:
Invite is designed to overcome the biggest obstacle when scheduling meetings — not being able to see the calendars of attendees outside your organization. As a result, your proposed meeting can be repeatedly declined until you find a time that works.
Certain events and meetings can be moved if something more important comes up, but only each person knows best where they are flexible. By letting attendees pick times that work for them, even when it means moving one of their own meetings, can stop that meeting from being scheduled on a Friday evening.
Invite is mainly designed for users with Office 365 business and school accounts. That said, the app also works with any email account, including Outlook.com, Gmail, and Yahoo Mail.
The app’s launch and limitations are very similar to Microsoft’s Send, a lightweight email app that debuted in July. Like Send, Invite is starting out as iPhone-only, available only in two countries, and with the promise of “coming soon” to Android and Windows Phone.
Invite is the latest in a long line of apps to emerge from Microsoft Garage, the software giant’s lab for experimental tinkering. At this rate, Microsoft will soon have more experimental apps than “final” apps.
And that’s okay, as long as some of them are eventually released or integrated into existing products.
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We already knew Samsung’s final Gear VR was coming in 2015. Now we have a price and a better sense of the release timing.
The mobile-based virtual reality headset will launch in North America “in time for Black Friday” and worldwide “shortly after,” as Samsung SVP of Technology Strategy Peter Koo revealed when he took the stage at the Oculus Connect keynote on Thursday. It’ll sell for $ 99.
The final build of the Gear VR is 22% lighter than the “Innovator Edition” that first launched in Dec. 2014. It’s also got a revised design that does away with the top head strap and a smarter design for the side-mounted touchpad, with an directional pad-shaped indentation that should make blindly operating the controls more convenient. Read more…
We’re a bit surprised it took Google this long to debut an iOS app for its note-taking service. Google Keep first launched way back in March 2013 for Android and the Web, meaning the iOS version is showing up 30 months later. Google even brought Google Keep to Android Wear, its smartwatch platform, in June 2014.
Nonetheless, Google says the features Google Keep users have come to expect on Android and the Web are now available to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users. That means iOS users can search and filter notes by color and type (images, audio, and text), add labels, set time or location-based reminders, and share notes for basic real-time collaboration.
Here is the full feature list, from the iTunes description:
- Capture, edit, share, and collaborate on your notes on any device, anywhere.
- Add notes, lists, photos, and audio to Keep.
- Organize your notes with labels and colors.
- Set and forget. Get reminded about a note at the right time or place.
- Record a voice memo and have it automatically transcribed.
- Grab the text from an image to help you quickly find that note again through search.
This release isn’t going to convert Evernote or OneNote users, as both have iOS apps with plenty of features. If, however, you’re already using Google Keep on another one of your devices, being able to access your notes on your Apple gadget is a welcome addition. If you’re a Windows Phone user, we wouldn’t hold our breath until Google shows some interest in Windows 10.
While it appears this is a full-featured release, we have asked Google if there is anything missing from the iOS app that is currently available on Android and the Web. We will update you if we learn anything new.
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Cloud Provider 6fusion Launches Channel Partner Programs
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Best cloud services for email, movies, music and more
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Intel launches high-end server chip for the cloud
By Noel Randewich | SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Intel Corp took the wraps off its newest "Xeon" server chip on Tuesday, seeking to capitalize on an explosion of Internet traffic sparked by Web-based cloud computing, social networking and growing …
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Microsoft announces cloud building with TFS, Feature Packs for Visual Studio
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NEC Sets TPC BenchmarkTM E (TPC-E) Performance Record
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ScaleXtreme Launches Program for Cloud Service Providers
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Amazon cloud services see dramatic growth in 2011
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VPS.NET Launches New VPS Platform for the Education Sector
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Colocation Firm CoSentry Launches Cloud Service, Building Data Center in Kansas
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HostHero Receives Top Cloud VPS Host Award from WebHostRanking.com
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NuBlue Web Hosting Achieve Parallels Gold Partner Status
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Question by : Problem loading web pages – “Resolving host…”?
Every time I try to load a page I have to wait about 30 seconds to “resolve host”. I’m currently using Google Chrome but this delay occurs with Internet Explorer and Firefox too. When using Google Chrome a grey box appears on the bottom left saying “resolving host” until the page loads and then the connection seems to be fine.
My laptop is the only one in the house having this problem so I assume I just need to change something in my settings, however I don’t know enough about computer to mess around with it.
I have used another internet connection since this started happening and this problem doesn’t seem to happen on the other connection.
I have tried clearing cookies, browsing history etc. and DNS pre-fetching is turned off. I’ve restarted the computer since doing this but still nothing. In network connections I tried disabling everything except wireless network connection. That didn’t help either.
Answer by Sarah
try using a browser from mozilla called sea monkey,i was havin the same prob n then i changed to s -monkey n it was all cushty again xxxx hope it helps xxx sarahstevo xxxx
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Fujistu Launches Hybrid Cloud Based on Windows Azure
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Adaptive Computing Joins Forces with SGI to Deliver Robust HPC and Cloud Solutions
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HEIT Launches Outsourced Cloud Hosting Services at Annual HEIT Summit
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