Malaysia state Government server system damaged due to fire

Malaysia state government’s online system, which incudes sever computers got damaged due to fire, said State Deputy Premier Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas. He said he could not comment further on the fire, which disrupted the state government’s online system and services over the weekend, according to a report by Bernama- the Malaysian news agency. […]

Zain Bahrain collaborates with LSS Technologies to boost 5G deployment

Zain Bahrain, a telecommunications industry innovator has collaborated with L.S.S. Technologies one of the leading technology solutions and system integrators in the Kingdom, to complete an innovative streetlight solution to boost 5G deployment in Bahrain Bay. The innovative streetlight solution turns existing streetlights into Zain 5G sites. The new solution aims to boost both 4G […]

Defence Ministry extends clearance with 1 year validity to Telcos for laying Undersea cables

The Defence Ministry has extended clearance with one-year validity to telecom companies for laying and maintaining undersea cables, the Department of Telecom said. Earlier, telecom operators were required to seek clearance every six months for vessels and ships required for laying and maintaining undersea cables that are vital for internet and international telecom services. “In […]

Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware to give a strong boost for Cloud Computing

US semiconductor company Broadcom is set to acquire VMware in a $61 billion cash-and-stock deal expected to close in Broadcom’s fiscal year 2023. Broadcom’s deal with VMware is the latest among recent mergers and acquisitions which Broadcom has embarked on as part of its push into the software industry. In 2018, Broadcom acquired CA Technologies […]

How Edge will be at the epicentre of Computing

The onset of COVID-19 has accelerated nearly every facet of digital transformation, and this in turn resulted in the growth of Edge computing. Government lockdowns, social distancing and fragile supply chains had both consumers and enterprises using digital solutions which will permanently change the use cases across the spectrum. Expertise in legacy data centers could […]

India Government to set up Data Management Office

The government of India has proposed to set up an India Data Management Office (IDMO) under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) that will frame, manage and periodically review and revise the National Data Governance Framework Policy (NDGFP). The IDMO will be responsible for developing rules, standards, and guidelines under this Policy that will […]

OCBC Bank to Implement Rack-based Cooling system in its Data Centre

OCBC Bank is planning to put in place a rack-based cooling system at its regional data centre in Singapore by the end of this year, with an intent to use more green solutions. The “rack-based” cooling system is one of the latest energy-efficient cooling methods for data centres, which allows cooling units to be installed […]

India’s leading construction company implements heavy equipment monitoring system built on AI

Ram Kripal Singh Construction (RKS) Construction will leverage Cognecto’s platform for remote management. Cogento is one of the leading artificial intelligence-based heavy equipment management companies in India. CognectoMLink solution is an edge device built on AI and the latest cellular technology that can operate in demanding working environments of mining, material handling, and construction. The software will enable […]