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Taiwan's QCT to Open Düsseldorf HQ

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Taiwanese white-label infrastructure specialist Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT) announces plans to open a first European location, specifically a regional HQ in Düsseldorf, Germany.

DusseldorfThe HQ will officially open on 20 September in an event complete with QCT technology demonstration and a celebratory dinner for partners and customers. Desgined as the company's European HQ, the Düsseldorf building is the first QCT direct presence outside Asia and the US.

"We move with our new office not geographically closer to our European customers and partners," QCT president Mike Yang says. "The opening is also part of QCT's strategy to establish a Cloud Solution Centre in the near future to work better and more closely with cloud service providers, enterprises and SMEs. We invite customers and partners to take this first step together with us."

Microsoft Buys Intelligent Scheduling With Genee

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GeneeMicrosoft adds more capabilities to Office 365 as it acquires Genee, developer of an artificially intelligence-powered scheduling service sharing the same name, for an undisclosed sum.

As the company puts it, the buy will "help us further our ambition to bring intelligence into every digital experience," as well as power an experience where "interacting with a virtual assistant is just like interacting with a human on." Using Genee simply requires sending an email with meeting dates written in plain text. The service can follow such instructions to decide on a best time for a meeting, confirm appointments, sync calendars and even reschedule meetings in case of conflicts.

Better Wifi Through MegaMIMO 2.0?

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MIT researchers propose a means to triple wifi data speeds while doubling signal range and ease increasingly congested wireless networks-- MegaMIMO 2.0, a system able to eliminate signal interference.

Mega MIMO 2lThe technology uses a processor, real-time baseband processing system and a transceiver board to vary the frequency range of wifi signals within the required spectrum. This allows multiple independent transmitters to transmit data on the same spectrum to multiple independent receivers, without signals interfering with each other.

“In today’s wireless world, you can’t solve spectrum crunch by throwing more transmitters at the problem, because they will all still be interfering with one another,” the researchers say. “The answer is to have all those access points work with each other simultaneously to efficiently use the available spectrum.”

Intel Expands Enterprise SSD Lineup

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Intel presents 6 enterprise SSDs-- all featuring 3D NAND technology and designed as a cost-effective traditional HDD replacement in datacentre and Internet of Things applications.

Intel SSDs

“These new SSDs reflect Intel’s 30-year commitment to memory technologies and our long-term plan to transform the economics of storage with trusted, breakthrough 3D NAND technology from Intel,” the company says. “Intel is uniquely positioned to address multiple market segments simultaneously from consumer to business, Internet of Things and datacentre [..] This broad array of new 3D NAND SSDs expands the reach of PCIe solutions.”

The SSDs support the NVMe protocol for quicker throughput than SATA with HDDs.

For datacentres, Chipzilla offers the P3520 series-- SSDs optimised for cost-effective performance in read-intensive applications, such as storage virtualisation and web hosting, in capacities ranging from 450GB up to 2TB. Also available is the DC S3520 series, described by the company as better suited for entry-level customers making the shift from HDDs to SATA SSDs.

Datapipe Acquires Adapt

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Datapipe expands further in Europe with the acquisition of Adapt, a UK-based managed cloud services provider and advanced AWS consulting partner, for an undisclosed sum.

Adapt datapipeAdapt is a specialist in agile hybrid solutions combining the best of public and private clouds in a single service. Both companies take a transformative approach to cloud, partnering with enterprises to innovate, optimise and scale mission-critical and day-to-day operations.

“Adapt and Datapipe both have cultures that focus on proactive, high-touch customer service and a commitment to customer specific solutions designed to meet clients’ individual business challenges,” Datapipe says. “Our similar approach to guiding client’s on their cloud journey makes the acquisition a natural fit for us and will increase our scale and service capabilities in the UK, and the broader European market.”

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