Cisco beats analysts’ expectations and finally sees its way out of an 8-quarter revenue decline streak. Cisco reports Q1 revenue of $12.14B, down 2% YoY, beating $12.11B estimate, as net income grows 3% YoY to $2.4B
You want to know how to never win back hearts and minds? Lose $150M of their cryptocurrency and say some stupid shit like this:
“We recognise that the issue has, among other things, caused distress and anxiety about the future of projects and funds in our community and we are working hard to explore all feasible solutions,” the Parity post states.
Is it just me or is “conformant” the least used word you’ve read in a while? Docker has made big strides and now it’s certified to play well with Kubernetes on it’s enterprise product.
Yesterday, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®) announced that Docker Enterprise Edition (Docker EE) passed the Certified Kubernetes™ conformance program. Based on the upcoming release of Docker EE that was demonstrated onstage at DockerCon Europe, this certification guarantees that all Kubernetes APIs function as specified to deliver a consistent and portable Kubernetes experience within Docker EE.
HyperX has been a victim of its own success. The brand burst onto the scene in 2014 with the HyperX Cloud, a sub-$100 headset that was not only as comfortable as its namesake, but sounded as good or better than most of its higher-priced competition.