Networks

'Automotive electronics produces 25GB of data an hour' - what driverless cars means for IT

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Next generation of driverless vehicles could produce up to 250GB per hour - meaning firms need the right database technology to exploit this stream
31 Jul 2014

London Metal Exchange to launch super-fast network in October

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LMEnet part of £30m investment project at the London Metal Exchange
24 Jul 2014

CIO interview: Unite head of IT Paul Mease

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Unite head of IT Paul Mease tells Danny Palmer how he’s ensuring the right IT infrastructure is in place to support the union’s 1.4 million members
04 Jul 2014

Ironically Facebook is our inspiration, says privacy-by-design social start-up Respect Network

CEO Drummond Reed explains how blending the Facebook and credit card business models can create a network where users control their own personal data
03 Jul 2014

Government reveals successful bidders for £10m rural broadband cash pot

£10m to be used by firms to explore ways to take 'superfast' broadband to remote areas
20 Jun 2014

Cisco to buy cloud service orchestration start-up Tail-f Systems for $175m

Tail-f technology will plug into Cisco's 'inter-cloud' infrastructure strategy, claims Nick Earle
17 Jun 2014

Carriers not yet adopting software-defined networking

Infonetics research indicates that carriers are holding back on virtualisation
02 Jun 2014

Developing practises in cloud computing

Kit Burden, partner and head of technology sector at law firm DLA Piper, takes a look at what terms should and shouldn't be in a cloud contract
23 May 2014

Pulling together – what converged infrastructure means for data centres

Converged platforms promise to simplify data centre upgrades and maintenance, so why does uptake appear so sluggish? John Leonard investigates
22 May 2014

ITV shows BBC how to shift from tapes to digital – using agile

File delivery was one component of BBC's failed £98m Digital Media Initiative
22 May 2014

IT takes centre stage at the National Theatre

Like many of London's much-loved arts venues, the National Theatre is embarking on a period of change. And like any good revamp, technology is taking centre stage. Peter Gothard catches up with the IT department's leading man, Joe McFadden
14 May 2014

Software defined networking: IT leaders remain to be convinced

Forty per cent of data centre managers have never heard of SDN, according to a Computing survey. So what’s holding the technology back, asks John Leonard
29 Apr 2014

Heartbleed developer speaks as security flaw found in Cisco and Juniper gear

Major networking equipment suppliers affected by Heartbleed security flaw as developer goes public
11 Apr 2014

If you want Cisco to deliver it’s “in for a penny, in for a pound” says University of Westminster

"We went with Brocade because it looked less complex" says head of IT
11 Apr 2014

US claims EU plans to build ring-fenced network may 'break global trade rules'

Warning comes as US and EU negotiate treaty that will make it easier for multinationals to sue governments over trade
07 Apr 2014

"What VMware was to server virtualisation we want to be to network virtualisation" - Pluribus

But don't mention SDN, says CMO Dave Ginsburg
02 Apr 2014

DCMS issues tender to find ‘superfast’ broadband solution for remaining five per cent of UK

"Government needs to focus on the hardest to reach communities," claims culture secretary Maria Miller
26 Mar 2014

Building a smarter university

University of Southampton data centre manager Mike Powell tells Danny Palmer how a string of recent infrastructure projects will benefit students, staff – and the environment
25 Mar 2014

How UEFA changed the rules on cloud

UEFA is more than just a rule-maker and fixture computer. It transmits games across Europe and manages key footballing and event databases, which it has moved towards the cloud. Graeme Burton reports
20 Mar 2014

F1 is a data sport and understanding technology key to a good start - Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing's Alan Peasland believes understanding data is the "biggest element" in getting ahead in the early stages of the 2014 F1 season
11 Mar 2014

Cameron pledges £45m to develop internet of things

Prime Minister tells CeBIT trade show that UK and Germany could drive a new industrial revolution
10 Mar 2014

Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Trust deploys Brocade solution to aid digital shift

ICT infrastructure manager Nigel Hall tells Computing why the trust opted for the Brocade server solution
04 Mar 2014

Solvay cuts telecoms costs 30 per cent with Ipanema Technologies and BT

System deployed across 30,000 staff
28 Feb 2014

Inside bet365’s £1m business continuity project

Online betting firm explains how it deals with spiky traffic, and the need to upgrade its WAN while maintaining an always-on service
21 Feb 2014