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Hyperledger membership analysis

Investment in Hyperledger continues apace. New members join. In late August (2017), BTS, Oracle and Patientory joined an already large ‘club’ which has: 19 premier members (including Accenture, Airbus, American Express, Change Healthcare, Cisco, CME Group, Deutsche Borse Group, Daimler, Digital Asset, DTCC, Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM, Intel, JP Morgan, NEC, R3, SAP, and Wanda FFan…

NEC delivers ASEAN cybersecurity training

NEC has been awarded a contract to train officials from six ASEAN nations in cyber-attack defence. The contract was awarded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The news comes two weeks after Cyberbit won a deal with Ni Cybersecurity. The focus of that deal was to train cybersecurity staff prior to the 2020 Olympics.…

Western Australia Government selects NEC to drive digitalisation

NEC, ATOS and Datacom have been appointed by the Western Australian Government to digitally transform their IT Services. The agreement is a major step on the digital transformation program, GovNext-ICT. It sees a centralisation of contracts for key infrastructure and is intended to end the wastage in government IT spending. In 2015, Giles Nunis was appointed…

NTT Communications closes in on SDN for your WAN

NTT Communications has announced its latest success in developing SDN (Software Defined Networking) for the WAN (Wide Area Network). It has developed the basic operations, administration and maintenance (OAM) function enabling visualisation on multiple WAN’s using link trace and loopback tests. It order to configure a physical network using SDN it is vital to have…

OpenPOWER focuses on performance

The OpenPOWER Foundation and IBM have announced a number of new initiatives to improve performance and drive the adoption of IBM Power-based systems into the market. There are two key focus points here. The first is to deepen the collaboration between IBM and the OpenPOWER Foundation members and bring more technology into IBMs POWER-based systems.…