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Deutsche Telekom Sets to Fight American Clouds

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Deutsche Telekom joins forces with Huawei to announce the Open Telekom Cloud-- a European alternative to American public clouds to be officially launched at CeBIT 2016.

Europe cloudThe collaboration combines Huawei hardware and solutions expertise with operations, network, datacentre and cloud management from Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Systems. Deutsche Telekom provides the network, while T-Systems German datacentres promise "top quality and maximum security."

It is designed for use by both SMBs and large companies, and offers a flexible choice of computing capacity, memory and storage options, all with a focus on maximum security and compliance with European data legislation.

Intel Invests in Memory

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Intel sets expand non-volatile memory production capacity with up to $5.5 billion worth of investment over the next few years in a manufacturing facility in Dalian, China.

3d xpointThe facility expansion, part of a "global multi-source supply strategy," will find use in the production of non-volatile memory products based on 3D NAND and 3DXPoint technologies. The Dalian plant has been making 65nm products for Intel since 2010, with "amazing results" and "operational excellence," and should start producing new products from H2 2016.

HP Helion OpenStack Reaches 2.0

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HP might be giving up on public cloud, but it will continue to push private and hybrid cloud solutions-- such as Helion OpenStack 2.0, announced at OpenStack Summit Tokyo 2015.

HP HelionThe upgraded version of the open source cloud platform  features improved provisioning and upgrade features, a better administrator interface, enhanced network connectivity options and software-defined networking (SDN) management through integration with HP Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN) and Nuage Networks Virtualised Services Platform.

Further additions include easier provisioning of new infrastructure and repurposing of existing systems, downtime-free upgrades, continuous patch management, centralised logging, network configuration flexibility for connection with existing IT environments and adherence to OpenStack API policies.

The Helium "Android of the IoT"

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Internet of Things (IoT) startup Helium announces a custom-built sensor network design featuring IoT-optimised wireless technology and a software platform designed for enterprise customers.

Helium IoTDescribed as nothing less than "the Android of the IoT," the system promises to be both powerful and flexible, while allowing customers to easily implement IoT networks without need to build embedded device software from scratch.

Thus the reprogrammable Helium sensors contains multiple sensing inputs, secure networking and a low-power processor within a single, compact form factor. The sensors promise monitoring both sophisticated and simple, with secure, over the air upgrades and deployments reaching up to a year of battery life from 2 standard AA batteries.

ENISA Sets to Focus on IoT

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EU security agency ENISA announces plans to focus on Internet of Things (IoT) security in 2016, since an estimated €640 billion is at risk from increased hacking and cyberattacks.

IoTAccording to the agency the European cyber security market is worth €20.1bn. ENISA aims to maximise this contribution by acting as "the hub for exchange of information on cybersecurity" between EU public and private sectors, as well as member states.

It will also continue research into the security of machine-to-machine communications employed within homes, workplaces and public infrastructure across the continent, and suggest standard policies and requirements pertaining to the IoT throughout the EU. IoT devices pose life-threatening risks in case of security breach, due to use in cars, drug-infusion pumps and plane navigation systems.

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