Infrastructure

States rethink data centres as ‘electricity hogs’ strain the grid

With data centres consuming a growing share of the nation's electricity, some states are reconsidering the incentives they offer to these "electricity hogs." Concerns...

Chinese government websites “Riddled with security flaws” say researchers

A recent study conducted by researchers from the Harbin Institute of Technology reveals significant security issues plaguing Chinese government websites, leaving them vulnerable to...

Counterfeit Cisco gear infiltrated US military bases, risking combat operations

A Florida resident has been sentenced to over six years in prison for orchestrating a counterfeit scheme involving fake Cisco networking gear that jeopardized...

Intel’s foundry business suffers $7 billion loss in 2023 amidst ambitious expansion

Intel's expansion into the foundry business as part of its IDM 2.0 strategy has resulted in a staggering $7 billion loss in 2023, adding...

OVHcloud shares data center cooling designs to aid global sustainability

OVHcloud recently unveiled its open-sourcing of key water cooling system components during the 2024 Open Compute Project (OCP) EMEA Regional Summit in Lisbon. This...

New York mandates 15 dollar broadband plans for low-income consumers

A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit has overturned a previous ruling, thus allowing New York to enforce...

Broadcom offers concessions facing customer outrage and regulatory pressure

Broadcom has announced adjustments to its approach with VMware customers, signaling a shift in strategy as it faces market challenges and regulatory scrutiny in...

Could AI really consume 25 percent of US power by 2030?

The rapid development of generative AI, while driving technological innovation, brings with it an escalating energy demand that raises concerns about sustainability and power...

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