Microsoft has announced plans to build data centers in Greece, providing an investment amounting to roughly $1 billion in the country, which has suffered from a decade-long debt crisis.
A new subsea cable called Grace Hopper has been announced by Google Cloud. The submarine cable is set to link up the US, UK and Spain and is scheduled to launch operations in 2022.
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The UK's internet regulator, Ofcom, has announced proposals to bring full-fibre broadband to the whole of the country including rural areas. The proposals will be finalised in early 2021.
Microsoft details how various companies have made use of drones, cameras, and its AI services, such as in the form of Azure, to keep roads and bridges safe across the continent of Europe.
Boasting increased performance and density compared to its predecessor, Dell EMC's XtremIO X2 may help enterprises achieve greater scalability with respect to their virtual desktop infrastructure.
Microsoft has shared a few of the methods employed to ensure the security of the data it handles. It was also quick to point out its efforts at transparency in the benefit of the end user.
Samsung Electronics has made an important step on the road to 5G with the commercial readiness of a 5G RF Integrated Circuit. With MWC coming up we should hear more news from the company about 5G.
Virgin Media has begun issuing letters to its subscribers informing them of the third price hike this year. Line rentals will increase by £1.01 and broadband packages will increase by £3-£4.
Nokia, a company best-known for mobile phones and modern technology, is actually turning 150 today, as it looks back on its past and looks forward towards an uncertain future.
A Microsoft executive has criticised the U.K. government's decision to invest so heavily in high speed rail rather than in broadband infrastructure - a move that he called "a strategic mistake".
The Internet's undergoing an advancement in the amount of IP addresses: tomorrow it will allow for 2^128 IP addresses, a big advancement over its current allocation of 4.3 billion IP addresses.
We've heard a lot about Sprint's foray into the magical world of 4G communication, with its wondrous speeds (up to four times faster than 3G networks) and limited coverage areas. While it may be a...
Verizon is facing allegations that all of its infrastructure investments are being poured into the deployment of FiOS, Verizon's fiber-to-the-premises network. During testimony given before the Virginia State Corporation Commission last week, Communications Workers of...