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July 17, 2015

CBR roundup: What news grabbed the headlines this week?

Smart lighting that can – nearly – put an end to electricity costs, giants coming together for supercomputing and cloud profits where hot topics this last five days.

By Vinod


Smart lighting set to (nearly) kill electricity costs

Intelligent lighting networks can save up to 90% of expenses with Light as a Service (LaaS) providers set to hit the market.

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HP & Intel forge supercomputing alliance

Data explosion sees enterprise opportunities for High Performance Computing.


Blackberry kicks Android rumour mill into overdrive

Speculation over first Android phone sparked as Canadian manufacturer acquires two Android domain names.


Cloud price war branded a fallacy

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