In the past six months, Internet usage in the Asia Pacific region has increased by a range of 7% to 40%. During this time, mainstream media has focused significant attention on the state of Internet infrastructure and its ability to meet the needs of an expanding remote workforce, education and telemedicine.
The Internet controversy between the US and China is escalating. The Trump Administration is fighting against Huawei, TikTok and We Chat. China is pushing back with new export regulations for Chinese IT technology. August 5, 2020 the US State Department launched a “Clean Network” initiative, aimed to remove Chinese digital corporations from the global supply chain in today’s interconnected world
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One question which I love to ask next-generation firewall (NGFW) and intrusion prevention system (IPS) administrators is whether they have seen a gradual decline in their deployments’ security efficacy over the last few years. Most answer this question with a resounding “yes,” and then wonder how I knew.
A key question is whether Arm’s famous low-power chip architecture, which is widely deployed in smartphones and other portable devices, can finally have a similar impact in servers. Over the past decade, the notion of using Arm to transform data center energy efficiency has been a big vision with small results. Progress has improved over the last several years, and NVIDIA hopes to finally make it happen.