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WD Intros G-Technology G-Speed Shuttle

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Western Digital announces a G-Technology external storage addition- the G-Speed Shuttle, an ultraportable RAID storage solution available with Thunderbolt 3 or EV series bay adapters.

G-Speed ShuttleThe 4-bay G-Speed Shuttle with Thunderbolt 3 supports transfer speeds of up to 1000MB/s, allowing users to transfer an hour of 30fps 4K footage in a few minutes. It offers up to 48TB of storage via removable Ultrastar 7200RPM enterprise-class drives with a choice of RAID 0, 1, 5 or 10 configurations.

Meanwhile EV series adapter option also offers Thunderbolt 3 support, only with a pair of EV series bay adapters for cross-functionality with EV series drives and readers. It features up to 24TB storage and transfer rates reaching 500MB/s.

Apple Improves Enterprise Business With SVDS Hires?

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According to TechCrunch Apple is maintaining its long-term enterprise strategy with the hiring of 18 employees from Silicon Valley Data Science (SVDS), a startup providing data science-powered consultations.

Apple SVDSThe story says Apple did not acquire the startup itself, but a tech team including "at least" two co-founders, one of whom is the CEO. A comment from an anonymous person connected with SVDS says the purchase will "support product dev ambitions," and at least some people who have recently updated their LinkedIn profiles to show they work at Apple used to work at SVDS.

One such person is SVDS co-founder and CEO Sanjay Mathur, whose LinkedIn profile now tells he is a strategy and analytics leader at Apple. Another is another SVDS co-founder, CTO John Akred, whose LinkedIn job description reads "algorithms at Apple."

Synology Storage Packages Pack Intelligence

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Synology releases 3 storage packages for its network-attached storage (NAS) products-- Drive, Office and Moments, enabling users to store, backup and synchronise files while ensuring privacy and security.

Synology deviceMoments allows users to backup photos from PCs and smartphones to a Synology NAS. It uses deep-learning analytics to automatically identify people, places and objects in photos, before sorting in appropriate albums. Meanwhile Drive is a revamp of the Cloud Station Suite file syncing software. It promises simplified data management on Synology NAS, allowing data syncing across multiple devices and easier office collaboration.

Misco Stops Trading in Spain, Italy

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The Misco European business appears to be in trouble, as the distributor has closed down operations in Italy and Spain, at least judging from the messages left on the websites of the aforementioned subsidiaries.

Misco ClosedCurrently the Misco Italy and Spain websites bear the statement "Thank you for your business and continued interest in Misco. We regret to inform you that Misco has stopped trading directly in your country." In other words, Italian or Spanish customers wanting to deal with Misco have to do so via the Dutch subsidiary.

IDC: WW Public Cloud Spending to Reach $160bn in 2018

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According to IDC global spending on public cloud services and infrastructure will reach $160 billion in 2018-- a 23.2% increase over 2017. The analyst adds spending over the 2016-2021 period will reach a CAGR of 21.9%, with public cloud spending totaling $277bn in 2021.

Public cloud spending

The industries spending most on public cloud services in 2018 are discrete manufacturing ($19.7bn), professional services ($18.1bn) and banking ($16.7bn). The process manufacturing and retail industries are expected to spend over $10bn each on public cloud service in 2018. These 5 industries remain at the top in 2021 due to continued investment in public cloud solutions. The industries with the fastest spending growth over the 2016-2021 period are professional services (24.4% CAGR), telecommunications (23.3% CAGR), and banking (23.0% CAGR).

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