Broad-based technology and services provider Dell Technologies has announced more than 500 storage software changes that it says improve intelligence, automation, data mobility and security across clouds, on-premises and edge environments – all at no additional cost to existing customers.
Multinational technology company Intel announced plans to reduce its direct and indirect gas emissions.
Revenue from global PC shipments was up in the first quarter of 2022, but shipments fell, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that this was the first year-on-year fall for a quarter since 2020.
Final 2021 data from the Synergy Research Group shows that worldwide spend on data centre IT hardware and software grew by 10% from 2020, primarily thanks to a 20% jump in spending on public cloud infrastructure, which pushed it to an all-time high.
Dell Technologies is moving its Australian and New Zealand regional head office to The Zenith Towers in Chatswood.
Cybersecurity asset management and SaaS management provider Axonius has appointed 20-year cybersecurity veteran KY Wong as vice president of sales for the APAC region.
AMD has launched new 3rd Gen AMD Epyc processors that it says are the the world's first data centre CPUs using 3D die stacking.
Shipments of personal computers in China grew by 9% or by 16.5 million units in the final quarter of 2021, making the figure for the whole year a record 57 million units, an increase of 10% year-on-year, figures from the technology analyst firm Canalys show. Tablets were not included in the count.
Security vendor Sophos has appointed Chad Cleevely to the role of APJ channel sales director.
Information security consulting and services organisation Security Centric has appointed Sameh Girgis to the role of senior security consultant.
Dell Technologies' Dell PowerVault ME5 storage devices are aimed at SMEs looking for SAN and DAS units.
Hitachi Vantara has promoted Adrian Johnson, formerly ANZ vice president and managing director, to the role of vice president of the company's digital infrastructure business unit in APAC.
Dell Technologies today announced its new APEX data services as well as Project Alpine, two new hybrid multi-cloud product and service offering that aid businesses everywhere in storing, accessing, and protecting data no matter where it may reside, and without lock-in to any specific cloud vendor. Dell also announced a new DevOps and developer portal to provide API information, tutorials, and other resources.
Global shipments of PCs reached 341 million units in 2021, the technology analyst firm Canalys reports, adding that the final quarter recorded shipments of 92 million units, a million more than the corresponding quarter in 2020.
Consider yourself lucky if you own a Dell or Alienware computer and haven't recently checked for a BIOS update.
Shipments of PCs in China have grown by 3% year-on-year in the third quarter to a record of more than 15 million units, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that this reflected growth of 10% quarter-on-quarter.
Cloud-native network detection and response provider ExtraHop has appointed Tanya Hovagimian as the company’s first Australia and New Zealand channel manager.
Former Splunk executive Simon Eid has taken up a newly created role at MongoDB as senior vice president of APAC.
Equinix provides customers with the ability to enable the consistent control and consumption of data storage services and multi-cloud, where it’s needed the most.
Dell launches what it is calling the most powerful XPS Desktop it has ever made: a heavy-hitter performing PC that can accomplish any tasks.
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