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Rackspace gets its OpenStack cloud in order

IBM's First Earnings Miss in Eight Years Is Red Flag For the Rest of the IT Industry

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It’s a rare thing for the computing and tech services giant IBM to miss the consensus expectation when it reports quarterly earnings. If Big Blue can’t hit its numbers, the thinking goes, it’s probably bad news for much of the IT industry. That’s the conclusion of Chris Whitmore, analyst with...
IBM's First Earnings Miss in Eight Years Is Red Flag For the Rest of the IT Industry

ZTE ends its business operations in Iran, following US probing

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One year after first drawing scrutiny from the US, ZTE Corp, the Shenzhen-based provider of telecom services and equipment, has all but ceased its business ties with Iran. In an interview with Reuters, ZTE Chairman Hou Weigui revealed that while the company would continue to provide maintenance with its previous...
ZTE ends its business operations in Iran, following US probing

New problem for Amazon: Sony defects to OpenStack

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Sony Corp’s gaming arm is moving at least some of its workload from Amazon Web Services to the rival Rackspace OpenStack. That move shows that although AWS remains the leader in public cloud infrastructure, it faces increasing competition from OpenStack and other alternatives for enterprise workloads. Such a high-profile win is...
New problem for Amazon: Sony defects to OpenStack

Amid PC Sales Slide, All Eyes on Intel's Quarterly Results

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When the chipmaker Intel reports its quarterly results today after markets close in New York, no one is expecting especially good news, nor much of a positive outlook. Intel shares have traded lower since last Thursday, when the market research firms IDC and Gartner said they had tracked one of...
Amid PC Sales Slide, All Eyes on Intel's Quarterly Results
Can Servers Save PC Manufacturers? Sadly, No

Foxconn Flop Fuels iPhone Fears

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Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn, posted its biggest revenue decline in over a decade this morning — one reportedly driven largely by lower iPhone sales. Reporting first-quarter earnings, Hon Hai said revenue fell 19.2 percent from the year prior to NT$809 billion. That’s well...
Foxconn Flop Fuels iPhone Fears

Foxconn builds products for many vendors, but its mud sticks to Apple

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The name Foxconn has become shorthand for the human costs of building the iPhone in China, linking Apple to bad publicity about worker suicides, deaths from a plant explosion and rioting factory workers. But many other companies besides Apple contract with the Taiwan-based firm to build their products. Even...
Foxconn builds products for many vendors, but its mud sticks to Apple

IBM Makes OpenStack The Cloud Platform To Beat

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With IBM tossing its might behind OpenStack, the open source software used to run cloud-computing installations is in a strong position to become the dominant platform in the industry. OpenStack Rising IBM announced Monday that it will make OpenStack the foundation of its cloud services and software. In backing the...
IBM Makes OpenStack The Cloud Platform To Beat
Hurd? Capellas? Let's be bold. How about Gerstner, Bradley, Bartz, Otellini as new Dell chief?

Oracle's storage business falters as market slows in Q4, says Gartner

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Oracle suffered the most as growth in the storage market continued to slow during the end of 2012. Hewlett-Packard, Dell and IBM also struggled while EMC emerged as the big winner....
Oracle's storage business falters as market slows in Q4, says Gartner
Weaker Q2 tech earnings could make investors jittery
So What If PCs Are Down? Intel Wins Anyway
Eucalyptus rakes in $30M, keeps open cloud battle interesting

SDN Startups That Could Become Acquisition Targets In 2013

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Software-defined networks (SDNs) are poised to move from market hype to real technology in 2013. International Data Corp. predicts the market size of this disruptive technology will soar from barely existent this year to $3.7 billion by 2016. When a market is expected to grow that much in so little...
SDN Startups That Could Become Acquisition Targets In 2013

EMC Joins The Flash Madness Club By Acquiring Israel's XtremIO

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Storage technology giant EMC said today it has reached a deal to acquired the Israeli startup XtremIO. The price was reported by the Israeli newspaper Globes to be $430 million, but EMC didn’t confirm that in a statement. EMC said the all-cash deal won’t have a material effect on its...
EMC Joins The Flash Madness Club By Acquiring Israel's XtremIO
Piston pitches OpenStack, CloudFoundry integration
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