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Google integrates IBM Power Systems into its cloud

Given that Google Cloud wants to persuade more companies to move to its platform, it needs to be able to provide businesses with an onramp for their current legacy systems and workloads that they can not easily replace or transfer into the cloud.But now Google is also entering this game by partnering with IBM in launching IBM Power Systems on Google Cloud. “Enterprises looking to the cloud to modernize their existing infrastructure and streamline their business processes have many options,” writes Kevin Ichhpurani, Google Cloud’s corporate VP for its global ecosystem, in today’s announcement. “At one end of the spectrum, some organizations are re-platforming entire legacy systems to adopt the cloud. Many

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huawei revenue 2019

Huawei’s revenue hits record $122B this year despite U.S. sanctions, forecasts ‘difficult’ 2020

Huawei reported resilient revenue for 2019 on Tuesday as the embattled Chinese technology group continues to grow despite prolonged American campaign against its business, but cautioned that growth next year could prove more challenging. Eric Xu,  Huawei’s rotating chairman, wrote in a New Year’s message to employees that the company’s revenue has

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jio market launch

India’s richest man is ready to take on Amazon and Walmart’s Flipkart

As Amazon  and Walmart-owned Flipkart spend billions to make a dent in India’s retail market and reel from recent regulatory hurdles, the two companies have stumbled upon a new challenge: Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s richest man. Reliance Retail and Reliance Jio, two subsidiaries of Ambani’s Reliance Industries, said they have soft launched JioMart, their e-commerce venture

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Airbnb

Airbnb officially bans all open-invite parties and events

One month after Airbnb  confirmed plans to verify all of its listings, the home-sharing giant has announced additional efforts to protect its hosts and guests. Airbnb will provide a “clear and actionable enforcement framework” for scenarios, including excessive noise, major cleanliness concerns, as well as unauthorized guests, parking and smoking. The company, expected to go public

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