Dr Andrew Fearnside, senior associate attorney specialising in quantum technology at patent law firm Mewburn Ellis LLP, outlines the latest investments in quantum computing, explains how it all works and why we should be excited
Critical infrastructure and systems such as GPS rely on time-keeping mechanisms that are far too easily subverted or prone to error
Any organisation looking to make the leap to cloud storage needs to understand the risk of data degrading or being inaccessible
The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide
DHL, Accenture and Lloyds are just a few of the firms using StorageOS’s software-defined cloud-native storage
The new cards provide 'up to double' the performance of AMD's previous-gen flagship cards
After looking at the history of the mainframe, how you're using it, why you might replace it and how to do so, we're now asking - how do you bring it all together?
The cheapest model starts at £699 in the UK
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There are several strategies a company that relies on mainframes today can adopt – from the permissive to the aggressive.
The company is expected to announce four iPhone 12 models on 13th October
Cambridge-1 will be among the world's top 30 most powerful supercomputers, and top three most environmentally-frien
Risk, costs, legacy modernisation, lacking innovation and the need for agility are all drivers pushing businesses away from mainframes today
The mainframe has been around for more than six decades, but does it have a place in a 21st century tech stack?
Says its new iPad Air is six times faster than the top-selling Chromebook
The event will be streamed live on the company's website from Apple Park campus in Cupertino
Placing SMIC on the Entity List would require US suppliers to obtain a licence before trading with the company
The new machine will be based in Abingdon in Oxfordshire
New graphics cards offer up to twice the performance of Turing-based models
Fairphone offers new twist on its FP3 smartphone with improved camera and audio modules and upgraded OS
Fairphone 3 Plus designed to increase the longevity of the ethical modular smartphone
3nm technology will be 30 per cent more energy efficient and 15 per cent faster than the 5nm tech, TSMC says
Apple Watch and iPads may be launched next month
Huawei can no longer produce the chips it needs for its high-end smartphones with features like 5G and AI, due to US government sanctions