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Sanju Thakur is a Red Hat Certified System Administrator who served technology services in several major organizations. Currently, he is handling IT services from Chandigarh (India).

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Huawei announced its first 5G chipset

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Huawei unveils its first 5G chipset

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After the release of Matebook D the Huawei company is again in breaking news for their latest product. Recently, Huawei unveils its first 5G chipset that supports the globally recognized 3GPP telecom standard for 5G network. It is collaborating with 30 operators, including Vodafone, SoftBank, T-Mobile, BT, Telefonica globally to deploy product based on Huawei Balong 5G01. The chip provides downlink speeds of up to 2.3Gbps and supports 5G connectivity across all frequency bands. These include sub-6GHz and millimeter wave (mmWave) to offer a complete 5G solution suitable for multiple use cases. Huawei chief executive officer, consumer business group, Mr. Richard Yu explains :

“Huawei Balong 5G01 is world’s first 3GPP 5G commercial chipset with the peak rate of 2.3 GBPS. Later on, in Q3 or Q4 of this year, we will launch the 5G smartphone with the 5G smartphone chipset. And our infrastructure, the 5G infrastructure is readily available to commercialize”

Currently, the Huawei 5G CPE comes in two models i.e. low frequency (sub 6GHz) 5G CPE with download speed up to 2Gbps and high frequency (mmWave) 5G CPE with download speed up to 20 Gbps respectively. It expects to roll out its first publicly available 5G networks could be available this year. So, most of the telecommunication companies are ready to face the 5G technology.

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To increase sales, Panasonic is offering touchscreen kiosks

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Panasonic is offering touchscreen kiosks

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Nowadays, Panasonic company is fully focus to provide service of Pyramid Computer solutions company’s interactive touchscreen kiosks to strengthen its omni-channel retail solutions. As you know the Panasonic omnichannel retail provide the customer with a seamless shopping experience with their products whether the customer is shopping online from a desktop or mobile device, by telephone or in a bricks and mortar store. The Pyramid Computer’s interactive touchscreen kiosks service can be used for a variety of application areas such as product presentations, self-checkouts and information terminals.
General manager of engineering and project management at Panasonic Computer Product Solutions Europe Mr. Robert Blowers explain :

“With customers rapidly changing their buyer behavior to use multiple shopping channels during purchases, including traditional stores, mobile devices, online and the growing trend in self-service, new technology solutions are required to facilitate this omnichannel retail era,” .

It is clear that the company could give more better service in future. Because they are already started working on sale technology. The Robert Blowers further said :

“The combination of Toughbook mobile devices and POS solutions, along with the complementary products from Pyramid enables retailers to deliver customers and staff an effective, easy-to-use and consistent technology experience whether it’s taking orders on the move, serving at a till or self-serving at a kiosk in-store.”

Obviously, there are full chances of this company that will be most active for their product in future. It is also expected that it could cover mostly countries with this system in upcoming years.

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For more advanced cloud security, Oracle buys Zenedge

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Oracle buys Zenedge for Cloud Security

Oracle Zenedge

There is no doubt about Oracle (a multinational computer technology corporation) that provide greatest services to their users. Specially in cloud services, the Oracle is rapidly growing its network day-by-day. Recently, the company has announced that it reached an agreement to acquire Zenedge, a company that provides firewalls and denial-of-service mitigation to enterprises. As you know, Zenedge builds technology security products that aims to secure cloud infrastructure, on-premise, or hybrid environments, selling Web Application Firewall (WAF) and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) products. Also, Zenedge’s products and 24/7 virtual Security Operations Center (SOC) defend over 800,000 web properties and networks globally. The company explain in their blog – The Oracle rapid expansion plans adding the opening of 12 new datacenter regions to its global computing infrastructure, building out the company’s product portfolio. These 12 datacentre regions are expected across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd said :

“The future of IT is autonomous. With our expanded, modern data centers, Oracle is uniquely suited to deliver the most autonomous technologies in the world. As we invest, our margins will continue to expand. And with our global datacenter expansion, we are able to help customers lower IT costs, mitigate risks and compete like they never have before.”

The CEO of Zenedge, Yuri Frayman said :

“Customers achieve tremendous results with Zenedge’s innovative WAF and DDoS mitigation products, from a 99% reduction in illicit website traffic to a 99.75% improvement in page load times. We could not be more enthusiastic about joining forces with the leader in enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure, and delivering similar results to even more customers at scale.”

Oracle made no mention of how it plans to handle current Zenedge partner integrations, but it did note that Zenedge will continue to operate and service customers as-is until the acquisition closes.