KT Corporation has unveiled plans to enter the internet data centre market in Thailand supported by a strategic partnership with Jasmine Group.
Servers & Storage
At virtual VMworld 2020, VMware took the wraps off a number of security enhancements aimed at the growing Covid-driven remote workforce.
Arista has added IoT monitoring and management to its CloudVision platform that can be shared with products by VMware, Microsoft and IBM's Red Hat.
Microsoft has made its recently announced Azure VMware Solution generally available to partners across the wider Asia Pacific market.
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