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Seven Cities Will Take Part in China Unicom’s 5G Trial Network (Advertisement by China Daily from The New York Times)

05/09 00:19 Anonymous 0

In addition, China Unicom’s 5G network covers selected areas in 33 cities, with wider deployment of 5G private industrial networks in more cities dedicated for specific purposes, Wang said at a conference in Shanghai.To this end, China Unicom has established a 5G application alliance bringing together 32 industrial players including automaker Dongfeng Motor, heavy industry manufacturer ZPMC, equipment maker Huawei and internet company Alibaba.

The Week in Tech: A Break From Consumer Tech

The Week in Tech: A Break From Consumer Tech

05/09 00:19 Anonymous 0

I write about the technology industry, from the old titans like IBM to start-ups working on the future of artificial intelligence.In this week’s newsletter, we’re largely taking a break from the consumer internet giants, and the various controversies swirling around them.

As Trade Talks Continue, China Is Unlikely to Yield on Control of Data

As Trade Talks Continue, China Is Unlikely to Yield on Control of Data

05/09 00:19 Anonymous 0

The Trump administration has raised concerns about China’s strict data controls, but a final trade deal appears unlikely to resolve that issue.Trump, but some American technology companies fear the administration is giving up a valuable opportunity to press China on data-related issues and will cede too much economic power to Beijing.

Tableau, Twilio, New Relic reports send cloud stocks skyward

Tableau, Twilio, New Relic reports send cloud stocks skyward

04/10 15:37 Anonymous 0

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Shares of cloud software sellers surged on Wednesday following quarterly reports and forecasts from Tableau Software, New Relic, Twilio and Rapid7 that added to Wall Street’s high expectations for the fast-expanding sector.FILE PHOTO - A woman takes pictures of the New York Stock Exchange, which has a Tableau Software banner on its facade, May 17, 2013.

Ad exchange OpenX commits to $110 million Google Cloud deal

Ad exchange OpenX commits to $110 million Google Cloud deal

04/01 09:57 Anonymous 0

REUTERS/Jeenah MoonSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Privately held ad software firm OpenX announced on Thursday a five-year agreement totaling more than $110 million with Alphabet Inc’s Google to use its cloud computing services in what the companies described as a first for the online ads industry.The company said it signed the deal in the fourth quarter after evaluating cloud providers including Amazon.

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Microsoft Is Rewarded for Turning to the Cloud

03/29 21:30 Anonymous 0

Technology|Microsoft Is Rewarded for Turning to the CloudSEATTLE — A few years ago, Microsoft appeared to be another tech has-been, having whiffed on its efforts to compete in mobile phones and internet search.At the same time, the company delivered growth where it mattered to investors — in the cloud business that has become Exhibit A for bulls convinced that Microsoft has a grip on the future of computing.

Amazon Trumpets Its Cloud Lead With N.F.L. and Other Deals

Amazon Trumpets Its Cloud Lead With N.F.L. and Other Deals

03/29 21:29 Anonymous 0

and Other DealsImageAmazon Web Services, led by Andy Jassy, has more than 44 percent of the cloud computing market, analysts estimate.The company’s self-confidence was on display on Wednesday at an annual conference in Las Vegas dedicated to Amazon Web Services, its cloud computing business.

Amazon’s Sales Growth Slows, Even as Cloud Business Stays Hot

Amazon’s Sales Growth Slows, Even as Cloud Business Stays Hot

03/29 21:28 Anonymous 0

While strong, the latest quarterly results suggested that Amazon’s retail business not only faces more competition, it is also maturing.The company is compensating for slowing growth in e-commerce by expanding its fast-moving, highly profitable cloud and advertising businesses.

Google Cloud hires another Oracle veteran for top role

Google Cloud hires another Oracle veteran for top role

03/21 06:56 Anonymous 0

FILE PHOTO: The Google logo is pictured at the entrance to the Google offices in London, Britain January 18, 2019.REUTERS/Hannah McKaySAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc’s Google Cloud has hired Amit Zavery to lead one of its engineering teams, a company spokeswoman confirmed on Monday, making him the highest-ranking Oracle executive to reunite with former Oracle President Thomas Kurian since he became Google Cloud’s chief executive.