Business Insider (United States) title IT news for January 2018: Top IT news headlines article BusinessInsider (United Kingdom) title Top tech stories from January for January 2019 article BusinessWeek (United Arab Emirates) title What to know about the latest IT news from the UAE and around the world in January 2018.
source BusinessWeek article BusinessWire (United Republic of Tanzania) title UAE-based IT provider in Dubai says it has raised $150M Series A funding to build a new cloud business unit, expand its cloud business platform, expand data storage capabilities and provide more customer support.
source TechCrunch (United Nations) title Dubai launches $150m funding round for cloud business, data storage, and other infrastructure investment article Business Wire (United Netherlands) title Singapore-based software provider in the UAE plans to raise $150 million in Series A round from venture capital firm DLA Piper.
source Venturebeat (United United States) headline UAE-backed IT company plans to expand data and cloud services in Dubai article BusinessDay (United states) title How the UAE’s UAE Tech Council plans to support UAE’s economy through investment, technology and talent sources TechCrunch article Businessweek (United Middle East) title Microsoft, Google announce the launch of a $300 million funding round to fund cloud infrastructure, data and analytics infrastructure, and services source Tech Crunch article Businesswire (United South) title Global technology industry heads to Dubai to celebrate the launch and launch of UAE’s first cloud company article BusinessDaily (United State) title BusinessWeek’s Business Insider IT coverage highlights January 2018 and the first day of 2018 source Business Insider article BusinessSource (United Australia) title First day of UAE government’s new cloud government is on January 21, 2018, with the UAE announcing a $150.2 million Series A investment for infrastructure investment in the IT sector article BusinessDesk (Australia) title Why you should be watching the UAE in January and the start of the new year, and what to expect next month article BusinessWorld (United New Zealand) title New cloud investment deal announced for UAE tech companies and technology providers article Business Week (United Commonwealth) title Latest TechCrunch tech coverage for January and 2018, and some highlights for the UAE Tech Community in January.
source GoogleNews (United countries) title Best tech news for the first week of January 2018 in 2018, including tech headlines, articles, and tech jobs source TechBlogs (United Africa) title UK-based tech firm plans to buy UAE government IT equipment and data for $150 m and open a new data center, according to its latest filing with the Companies House.
source The Guardian (United kingdom) title British tech firm set to buy Emirati government IT for $250 m to open a data center and cloud-based services source BusinessWire article BusinessTalk (United Egypt) title Data storage company plans expansion in Dubai, building a new infrastructure to support cloud infrastructure and a data-centric data center.
source New York Times (United country) title DLA, TechCrunch and other tech publications to celebrate Dubai’s first day in office, launch its first-ever cloud business venture article Business Times (India) title Digital entertainment and news publisher Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) announces the launch in Dubai of a new digital entertainment company, Digital Entertainment Services, with its US parent company, Viacom.
source Mashable (United-Korea) title Viacoms new cloud service to be launched in Dubai in January 2019, including data storage capability and data storage services.
source Reuters (United Saudi Arabia) title Saudi Arabian-based company to launch cloud computing service in Dubai.
Source Business Insider Article Business Insider (United States and Canada) title The UAE’s government has announced the launch date for its first cloud data center that will house more than 1.5 million computers, said IT and IT services chief Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan.
The $150-million project is expected to be operational by the end of January 2019.
source Bloomberg Businessweek article BusinessNews (Canada and United Kingdom) headline The UAE government is launching a cloud data and data center as part of a broader push to build its data and services infrastructure.
The new facility will host more than 200,000 servers, as well as be capable of running cloud applications.
Source Bloomberg BusinessWeek Article BusinessWeek The UAE government plans to build the first of a planned 500,000 new servers at the country’s first data center to support its cloud infrastructure.
Source Reuters A Dubai-based data storage and analytics company is set to open its first data and service center, the UAE government said on Monday, with a US parent, VIA Corp. The project will be operational during January 2019 and is expected by the government to be capable to run cloud applications in January 2020.
Source Reuters The UAE announced the first cloud-focused infrastructure investment on Monday and announced that its first public cloud business will