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NBN launches satellite backup for business customers

Image: NBN The company responsible for deploying the National Broadband Network (NBN) across Australia has launched a satellite backup service for business services. Much like how residential customers are offered an NBN modem with 4G backup, this service functions in much the same way, except it involves the installation of ...

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F5 patches vulnerability that received a CVSS 10 severity score

Image: ZDNet F5 Networks, one of the world’s largest provider of enterprise networking gear, has published a security advisory this week warning customers to patch a dangerous security flaw that is very likely to be exploited. The vulnerability impacts the company’s BIG-IP product. These are multi-purpose networking devices that can ...

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5G and Wi-Fi 6: Unlikely allies

You probably won’t find a 5G Wireless small cell or small base station within sight of where you’re seated right now. Maybe in the distance, you’re able to spot a 4G base station, perhaps one that’s already been upgraded with 5G transmitters. The move to incorporate 5G spectrum into existing ...

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Dell launches rugged version of VxRail, AMD EPYC support

Dell Technologies launched a ruggedized version of its hyper-converged VxRail system as it aims to bring high-performance computing to edge environments for industries such as oil and gas and manufacturing. The company also launched a VxRail system with AMD EPYC processors in a 1U form factor for space-constrained data centers ...

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