During this week, there is a new wave of cyber-attack happening in the world. At the very beginning, the security experts all though it was very similar to WannaCry wave shooting money, so it was provisionally called Petya, an existing ransomware. However, there is new suspect. More researchers believe that this malicious program hitting about 65 countries’ business or institutions was launched to destroy data.
A social networking giant, Facebook prepares to use the huge solar-powered unmanned air vehicles to provide ground people with Internet services. According to the latest report, Facebook has made great progress on this project. It named the unmanned airplane as Aquila, which has completed the second test flight and also landed very well.
A Chinese tech company, ZTE announced a comprehensive, cloud-based 5G solution, which is an integrated solution combining 5G wireless access, Cloud ServCore core network as well as 5G Flexhaul bearer network. It enables operators to accelerate new service innovations to generate new business value. Flexible architecture also inspires the network value. By utilizing key 5G technologies in 4G networks, it can realize smooth evolution from 4G to 5G so that protecting the investment value.
Microsoft has confirmed that it acquired Cloudyn, which is an innovative company helping enterprises as well as a managed service providers improve their investments in the cloud services. This acquisition fits Microsoft’s multi-cloud strategy, and can help Microsoft have an advantage over its competitors like Google Cloud platform and AWS. . According the sources, this deal is closed between $50 million and $70 million.
OVH, an Internet service provider, received a new financing of about $457 million USD, from JPMorgan Chase, CIC Nord Quest, etc. This financing can support OVH’s strategic development as well as global expansion in the next 5 years. Also, the company has completed the VMware’s vCloud Air business acquisition in May, which is good to enahnce its web hosting services.