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Spain Approves $13.1bn To Attract Chip Sector Investment

Come build a Spanish fab! Government in Spain officially approves plan to spend 12.25 billion euros on the semiconductor industry

7 hours ago

Broadcom ‘In Talks’ To Acquire VMware

US chip maker Broadcom reportedly in talks to buy VMware as it seeks to diversify into software, following failed 2018…

2 days ago

Nvidia Charged By SEC For ‘Inadequate Disclosures’ About Crypto Mining

US financial regulator charges GPU giant Nvidia for “inadequate disclosures” concerning the impact of crypto mining on the company’s gaming…

3 weeks ago

German Government Touts $14.7bn State Aid For Chip Factories

Minister in German government says the country wants to attract chip makers with 14 billion euros ($14.71 billion) in support

3 weeks ago

Cisco Predictive Networks To Recognise Future Network Outages, Issues

Improving enterprise network uptime and easing strain on IT depts. Cisco unveils tech that it claims can predict network issues…

3 weeks ago

BT Opts For AWS As Cloud Provider To Assist In IT Transformation

BT’s digital unit signs five-year deal with Amazon Web Services (AWS), as it transitions its legacy infrastructure and apps to…

3 weeks ago

US To Impose Sanctions On China’s Hikvision – Report

Biden administration is targetting Chinese CCTV giant Hikvision with potential sanctions for 'enabling' human rights abuses

3 weeks ago

Netflix Subscribers Fall For First Time In Ten Years

Streaming giant Netflix reveals loss of subscribers for the first time in ten years, and mulls lower-cost subscription plan with…

1 month ago

Google To Open Product Development Centre In Nairobi

Utilising local talent as Google says is to open a product development centre in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, to better…

1 month ago

Openreach Hits Quarter Mark, On Way To 25 Million Full Fibre Build

More than seven million homes and premises in the United Kingdom can now enjoy full fibre broadband goodness, Openreach confirms

1 month ago

Nokia To Withdraw Completely From Russian Market

Ukraine consequence. Finnish telecoms giant Nokia announces total withdrawal from Russian market, affecting 2,000 local jobs

1 month ago

Arson Damages Part Of Openreach Network In Kent

Not again. UK carrier Openreach confirms 7,400 premises impacted by malicious damage to its network, caused by an arson attack…

2 months ago

Nebulon Touts Rapid Ransomware Recovery Solution

Combined server and storage system from Nebulon is claimed to deliver a four minute ransomware recovery solution for businesses

2 months ago

Meta Suspends Plan To Build Dutch Data Centre After Opposition

Political and local opposition in the Netherlands sees Facebook-owner Meta suspend plans to build a giant data centre in Zeewolde

2 months ago

Intel CEO: Chip Fabs Are As Strategical Important As Oil

For the past five decades oil reserves defined geopolitics, but Intel's Pat Gelsinger says semiconductor fabs are now equally important

2 months ago

ExtraHop Adds AI To Bolster Threat Detection For AWS

ExtraHop's Reveal(x) 360 product now utilises AI for network telemetry analysis, to better defend and secure Amazon Web Services (AWS)

2 months ago

IBM Sues LzLabs Over Mainframe Patents

Over a decade since the Neon lawsuit, Big Blue sues LzLabs, alleging the Swiss mainframe migration firm infringed its mainframe…

2 months ago

Microsoft Data Centre Region In Finland To Heat Nearby Cities

Software giant Microsoft is to build a new energy efficient data centre region in Finland, which will supply heating to…

2 months ago

Intel Confirms ‘Mega Factory’ In Germany

Chip giant Intel says it will initially invest 33 billion euros in EU, including 17bn euros for a 'semiconductor fab…

2 months ago

Chip Shortage Fears Raised, After Ukraine Halts Neon Production

Two of the leading suppliers of neon in Ukraine have halted neon production, raising concern about the impact on worldwide…

3 months ago

IBM, Joins Microsoft, Oracle, SAP With Russia Suspension

Software giants have matched hardware and mobile tech firms, in announcing withdrawal from Russia over its Ukraine invasion

3 months ago

Microsoft Adds Azure Cloud Data Centres In India, China

Microsoft announces fourth data centre in India and opens fifth Azure region in China with the 'North China' region, as…

3 months ago

Google Sets 4 April For Staff Return To Offices

Staff at Google have been told to should return to physical offices from 4 April, with hybrid working approaches being…

3 months ago

Intel Selects German City For European Chip Factory – Report

US chip giant Intel reportedly selects Magdeburg in Germany for new European chip factory, although official confirmation is expected later…

3 months ago

Fujitsu Confirms It Will End Mainframe Sales in 2030

Bad news for banks? Mainframe sales will end in 2030, and support will cease by 2035, Fujitsu reveals in roadmap…

3 months ago

Tech Export Ban On Russia Takes Shape

No more chips for you. Details emerge of what technology will be banned under US and worldwide export restrictions on…

3 months ago

Poland Witnessing More Cyberattacks On Government Servers

Cyber security official for Polish government confirms more cyberattacks on Poland's government systems, amid Ukraine invasion

3 months ago