West Virginia Goes With Aviat Networks

Aviat Networks has announced that it has been selected by the State of West Virginia to expand their existing microwave network to provide high capacity IP transport connectivity, as part of the West Virginia Statewide Broadband Infrastructure Project. Construction is already underway and the project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2012.

The West Virginia Statewide Broadband Infrastructure Project will bring high-speed Internet access to underserved regions by expanding the State’s existing microwave public safety network. The expanded statewide network expects to directly connect more than 1,000 anchor institutions, including public safety agencies, public libraries, schools, government offices, and other critical community facilities, at speeds of up to 45 Mbps.

Just in

ArmorCode raises $40M

Palo Alto, Calif.-based ArmorCode, a company specializing in Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) and Risk-Based Vulnerability Management (RBVM), has raised a $40 million Series B funding round.

IBM unveils Heron processor and Quantum System Two

IBM unveiled the Quantum Heron processor at the company's annual Quantum Summit in New York on Monday, along with Quantum System Two, a modular quantum computer featuring three IBM Heron processors. 

Microsoft joins OpenAI’s board with Sam Altman officially back as CEO — The Verge

Sam Altman is officially OpenAI’s CEO again, writes Alex Heath. 

AWS, Salesforce expand strategic partnership

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Salesforce announced an expansion of their global strategic partnership, deepening product integrations across data and artificial intelligence (AI), and for the first time offering select Salesforce products on the AWS Marketplace.