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May 9, 2019  7:17 PM

Will OpenShift 4 be a game-changer?

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The hybrid cloud message rang loud and clear at Red Hat Summit 2019, with executives from the open source bigwig touting its wares to help enterprises run their workloads on-premise and on the...

May 8, 2019  11:00 AM

How APAC firms are using open source software

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Open source software has evolved from providing low-cost alternatives to proprietary offerings to a platform for innovation. Most recent developments in cloud computing and software development, such as


May 7, 2019  3:47 PM

Why RHEL 8 matters to enterprises

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For decades, the server operating system (OS) has been an indispensable part of any technology stack, harnessing the power of the underlying hardware infrastructure to run a wide array of business applications. That role is set to be enhanced with


May 5, 2019  7:53 AM

What to expect at Red Hat Summit 2019

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When IBM announced that it was going to acquire open source juggernaut Red Hat for a whopping $34bn last October, several industry analysts weighed in on the merits of the mega deal and who...


April 18, 2019  2:48 AM

Four things you should know about the 5G game in Asia-Pacific

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This is a guest post by Simon Lockington, director of global solutions enablement at Equinix Asia-Pacific Industry watchers are predicting that 4G LTE subscribers in Asia-Pacific will naturally make the move to 5G’s faster network when the service becomes available post-2020. In...


April 4, 2019  9:26 AM

Ping An to power Hong Kong’s e-ID system in major win

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China’s top insurance company, Ping An, has nabbed a coveted Hong Kong government project to develop the city’s electronic personal identity system, or e-ID, for local residents. When ready, e-ID will enable Hong Kongers to conduct online transactions via their electronic identification,...


March 22, 2019  8:33 AM

Is open source lock-in possible?

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Earlier this week, open source software company Suse announced that it is strengthening its presence in the Asia-Pacific region following its acquisition by growth investor...


March 8, 2019  5:41 AM

Getting farmers up to speed with farm tech

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Improving crop yield using artificial intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic as researchers and tech suppliers cast their sights on an industry that isn’t exactly the forerunners in applying...


February 22, 2019  7:55 AM

Google opens developer space in Singapore

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Inspired by the cafes in Silicon Valley that developers hang out at to meet fellow coders and potential employers, Google has opened a similar space at its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore for the developer community in Southeast Asia. The first of its kind for Google in the region, the...


February 12, 2019  8:27 AM

Live from Singapore – can two AI bots fall in love?

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In the run-up to Valentine's Day, toothpaste brand Closeup has teamed up with MullenLowe, a Singapore creative agency, to discover if love can overcome all boundaries (even firewalls), with a unique experiment to discover whether two AI bots can fall in love. The two bots, Sol and Num, were...


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