Four-time Formula 1 champion Red Bull Racing has chosen Oracle as its cloud infrastructure partner.
Advanced technology, including global connectivity services from US telecommunications giant AT&T, will play a critical part in Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s attempt to win the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this weekend in his newly-minted Formula One car with the Red Bull team.
The Red Bull Formula One racing team has chosen Australian hyperconverged infrastructure provider SimpliVity to refresh its virtualised IT infrastructure on and off the track.
Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix will be Formula One’s most important race for many years. That is because it will be the first to be run under extensive rule changes.
IBM has agreed to acquire of Platform Computing, a Canadian company that specialises in management software for clusters and grids. IBM officials describe the acquisition as "strategic".
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