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  • 22 January 2020

    2020 M&A Outlook: Semiconductors, systems and storage

    As IT's exodus to the cloud marches on, the amount of spending on hardware targets dwindles apace. Spending on semiconductors, systems and storage fell to its lowest level in seven years as demand for IT hardware targets continued to decline in 2019.

  • 22 January 2020

    Hitachi Vantara boosts data cataloging credentials with Waterline Data acquisition

    The company has announced the acquisition of data cataloging and metadata management specialist Waterline Data in a deal that will help boost Hitachi Vantara's Lumada Data Services portfolio and DataOps positioning.

  • 22 January 2020

    ServiceNow gains AI, machine learning technology with Loom buy

    The company has picked up both AI/ML expertise and monitoring capabilities with Loom, a small vendor focused primarily on analyzing logs. With the addition of Loom's log analytics technology, ServiceNow may push deeper into the monitoring sector.

  • 22 January 2020

    VMware's acquisition of Nyansa expands its IT monitoring capabilities

    The company is acquiring IT performance monitoring vendor Nyansa for an undisclosed sum to expand its monitoring ability. Nyansa's products add capabilities to VeloCloud but don't radically alter the IT performance monitoring sector because Nyansa had a small customer base and VMware will still have to compete with established vendors in the segment.

  • 22 January 2020

    AWS Outposts is Amazon's biggest embrace yet of hybrid cloud

    Following years of relative silence on hybrid cloud, AWS Outposts was made generally available at re:Invent 2019 following a yearlong incubation period. It is aimed at workloads with low-latency requirements and data sovereignty or regulatory needs, and is the always-connected counterpoint to the ruggedized AWS Snowball and Snowball Edge products.

  • 22 January 2020

    Automotive technologies take center stage at 2020 CES

    CES 2020 built on past trends. Most transportation companies are still skittish about full autonomy, and have redirected their focus to ADAS, if only for PR appeal. OEMs, Tier 1s and technology companies are all interested in ADAS, resulting in a flurry of new partnerships and acquisitions. We should expect to see many more in the coming months and years.

  • 22 January 2020

    Circonus targets its highly scalable time-series database at monitoring, IoT use cases

    Now that more of the market has need for the kind of scalable streaming data and analytics capabilities that it offers, little-known Circonus is stepping up activity aimed at gaining more visibility in the market - bringing on a new CEO and describing its offering as machine data intelligence, for example.

  • 22 January 2020

    Ayehu targets day-to-day IT processes with its approach to intelligent IT automation

    The automation of business processes and workforce tasks have been underway for some time now. But automating many day-to-day IT processes has lagged " a situation Ayehu wants to change. It recently teamed up with a conversational computing vendor Rulai to strengthen its AI-based offering and bring to market a more intelligent form of chatbot.

  • 22 January 2020

    Colt networks into the SAP cloud migration opportunity

    The managed network provider is building out its network services to tap the SAP cloudification opportunity, extending its collaboration with Microsoft and Interxion. It is adding support for Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute connectivity capabilities to the Amsterdam 2 PoP, located at the Interxion datacenter in The Netherlands.

  • 22 January 2020

    Samsung SDS expands, looks toward international customers

    Homegrown player Samsung SDS is looking to transition into a market-friendly company, with the recent completion of its fifth datacenter and inked deal with Equinix. It hopes to earn enterprise attention from the incoming wave of tech companies entering the South Korean market.