Facebook has officially moved forward with its plans to create a new digital currency called Libra, despite several high-profile defections from the project and intense criticism from US regulators and politicians.
The Libra Association, the non-profit group that will govern the currency, officially signed 21 charter members on Monday at the organisation’s inaugural meeting in Geneva.
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HPE's Cray has been awarded a £79m contract to supply the hardware for the UK's next national supercomputer, ARCHER2, the UK Research and Innovation Institute (UKRI) has announced.
According to the institute, the 28-petaFLOPS supercomputer will be capable of eleven times the science throughout of its predecessor, ARCHER, which will end operation in February 2020. ARCHER has 118,000 CPU cores within racks of Intel Xeon E5 v2 processors.
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Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) has gone mainstream, yet myths still remain that lead to misconception and confusion even among those that already have various HCI solutions deployed. These are five of the most prevalent myths debunked.
First of all, the acquisition price of HCI solution varies by vendor and often by the brand of hypervisor used in the solution. Secondly, while it can often be the case that purchasing the individual components needed to create a virtualisation infrastructure may be less expensive than purchasing an HCI solution, that is only part of the cost of the solution. The true and total cost of infrastructure goes far beyond the initial purchase.
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Melissa Weston is Marketing Lead, UK & Ireland, for leading fashion eCommerce firm Zalando SE. She sat down with Sam Tidmarsh over coffee to discuss the power of AI and ML algorithms in tailoring the online customer experience So tell me about you. Where did your career start? During university I was part of the... Read More
The seemingly never ending saga of Apple’s proposed €850m data centre in Athenry appears to have finally reached its conclusion.
According to a report in The Times, the 500-acre site is being advertised for sale in the US and Ireland as a “ready-to-go data centre development site” named Data Hub West. The sales brochures advertising the plot do not disclose an asking price or Apple as the site’s owners.
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