Toradex launches Aquila to ‘power the potential of tomorrow’

Toradex, an embedded systems solutions provider, has launched its newest family of pin-compatible and scalable System on Modules (SoMs) - Aquila.

Aquila is tailored for demanding applications in the fields of medical, industrial and robotics. Engineered with a focus on rugged durability, future-proof scalability, and power efficiency, it integrates cutting-edge AI and machine learning capabilities alongside a modern software stack to expedite time-to-market and...

Samsung expands collaboration with Intel to advance vRAN innovation

Samsung Electronics is expanding its collaboration with Intel through a new product innovation agreement, allowing the companies to continue advancing virtualised Radio Access Network (vRAN) for enhanced performance and capacity.

As part of this expanded collaboration, Samsung will integrate its vRAN 3.0 software with 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with Intel vRAN Boost to deliver advanced vRAN solutions. Offering increased capacity, Samsung’s enhanced vRAN will be...

Edge computing market to be worth $111.3 billion by 2028

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IoT and connected device adoption will increase, 5G networks will be integrated, edge AI and machine learning will grow, and a continuum from edge to cloud will be created.

The trajectory of edge computing will also be influenced by applications that are industry-specific, improved security and privacy safeguards, and a cooperative edge computing ecosystem.

The Edge Computing Market size is expected to grow from USD 53.6 billion in 2023 to USD...

Varnish Software launches Massive Storage Engine 4

Varnish Software, a specialist in caching, streaming and content delivery software solutions, has unveiled Massive Storage Engine (MSE) 4, its newest and most advanced solution for storing and managing cached objects and their metadata, and the latest addition to Varnish Enterprise 6.

MSE 4 further improves availability, reduces latency and ensures customers can always deliver the optimal digital experiences, under high loads or even when certain drives fail. It is said to be...

Arrcus bags $50m for its software approach to cloud networking

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Arrcus, a San Jose-based cloud tech provider, has raised $50 million (£41m) in a Series D equity round led by Prosperity7 Ventures.

The company provides a cloud-based networking platform to data centre and telecoms companies looking to take advantage of multi-cloud networking and 5G edge compute.

Existing investors such as Clear Ventures, General Catalyst, Liberty Global and others also participated in the round.

Arrcus’ valuation has doubled to $400 million...