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Home Office opens AWS cash firehose a little wider with police IT deal

Contract notice reveals yet another UK.gov systems migration to Bezos cloud

Boss regrets pointing finger at chilled out techie who finished upgrade early

On-Call At first they started out real cool...

Blinking internets, Batman! O2 trials 5G over lightbulbs

Let there be light

Pavilion compares RocE and TCP NVMe over Fabrics performance

TCP slower but not by much and enables Ethernet use

NetApp flashes numbers at rivals: NAND we're eating your dinner

EMC, HP rationalising, while IBM, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Oracle just defending installed base

Datrium shifts disasters up the Amazon: Adds DR in AWS for on-prem kit

Locks out 3rd party DRaaS folk with VM-centric cloud stuff

Array with it: Western Digital's finance arm slings a few million at Excelero

Tech collab could see Excelero support WD’s OpenFlex and Kingfish

Ouch, that's 13 bullet points: IBM pumps out storage software blast

Much tinkering across software board plus expanded capacity flash cards

TSB takes on 250 complaint-wranglers to absorb £200m outage fallout

130,000 complaints and counting from bank's users? So sorry to hear that

What the Dell? Qumulo slips into PowerEdge servers

Extends coverage from AWS and HPE to Isilon-slinger

Alibaba and Elastic slingshot searchable, analyticky cloud ... outside China

That noise was AWS rolling over in its sleep

We've Amber heard a NASty rumour: Marvell man touts private cloud box

Latticework pushes 'secure' cloudy boxen

HPE flies low-energy Eagle into National Renewable Energy Lab's data centre

Uncle Sam's renewable boffins will triple their power in 2019

Reel talk: You know what's safely offline? Tape. Data protection outfit Veeam inks deal with Quantum

Magnetic strips barrier to ransomware, burble box-flingers

Too many leftover screws? Ikea website backend goes TITSUP

Updated Total Inability To Support User Perusals

Vodafone's spending pays off - but EE hangs on to UK network crown

EE by gum, BT Group brand wins

Oh my Tosh, it's only a 100TB small form-factor SSD, SK?

Flash Memory Summit Layer cake magic as flash capacity set to soar

Microsoft gets edge on AWS with Azure Stack for government

Feds can now stick Redmond clouds into on-prem hardware

Disk will eat itself: Flash price crash just around the over-supplied block

Analysis Cheaper SSDs could accelerate disk cannibalisation leading to Seagate downturn

Smells like machine spirit: L' Optane, Unity, NVMe and QLC. Take a sniff of a week in storage

Time to dab your wrists with a little eau de flash

Grubby, tortuous, full of malware and deceit: Just call it Lionel because the internet is MESSY

Reg Lectures So what are we going to do about it? Anything?

Firefighters choke on Oracle's alleged smoke-and-mirrors cloud

Pension fund cries fraud over database giant's boasts about its off-prem biz performance

Ethernet Alliance plugs and prays so you don't have to, and other networking morsels

Microsoft software-defined data centre coming, NVMe-oF kit, play Mist for me and more

Extreme Networks? Extreme Share Price Crash, more like

Misses Wall Street numbers by circa $1m

Four-year switch: Two Cisco veeps pack bags and go for a wander

Service Provider gros fromage and marketer leave biz

Intel hands first Optane DIMM to Google, where it'll collect dust until a supporting CPU arrives

+Comment Leaked roadmap emerges, still full of holes

Phased out: IT architect plugs hole in clean-freak admin's wiring design

On-Call In server rooms, neat doesn't trump functionality

Nearly half of IBM's $1bn Aussie framework deal comes from mainframes

Plenty of work for the Z14 plumbers Down Under

NVMe? Well, quite. Now Intel, too, is pumping out consumer QLC SSDs

Chipzilla has a few flash drives for the data centre as well

Creased Lightning: Profits wobble at Virgin Media while fibre project stays sluggish

Mind you, they're doing all right on basic B2B phone lines

Off down the Amazon: DCMS confirms UK national tech advisor Maxwell has resigned

Exclusive He'll help AWS to 'transform' international governments

No pain, no $1.3bn Bain gain: Seagate slips Tosh/WD chippery into Nytro SSD ranges

NAND that... is how you get skin in the flash game

Couldn't get out to the Valley? Here's a taste of the flashy goodness you've been missing

Flash Memory Summit NVMe rules the interconnect roost

GitHub looses load-balancing open-source code on netops world

GLB Director keeps those packets humming even when new servers are added to pools

Intel: Yeah, yeah, 10nm. It's on the todo list. Now, let's talk about AI...

Optane DC persistent memory ships to Google, Xeon roadmap, and more revealed

Hortonworks revenues up 40%: Mum, are we nearly profitable yet?

Data biz trumpets international sales and IBM partnership

DXC will be damned if it lets cloud cannibalise the IT outsourcing biz before DXC does

Frankenfirm sets up 'integrated practice' with AWS to eat its lunch before others do

Salesforce takes leaf out of Oracle's book to forge little co-CEO bromance

Room for another ego at the top, Benioff?

Supermicro breathes in, shimmies a PB of Intel flash into one rack unit

Rewrites storage server rules with 32 of Chipzilla's rulers

Magic million: That's how many Cisco routers can now run SD-WAN

Viptela vManage comes to boxen running IOS XE

IPv6: It's only NAT-ural that network nerds are dragging their feet...

Adoption is inevitable, and yet we all keep putting it off

FreeBSD has its own TCP-queue-of-death bug, easier to hose than Linux's SegmentSmack

Also: Juniper jumps on its stack

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