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  • BP to shutter mega European data centres in preference for AWS

    BP to shutter mega European data centres in preference for AWS0

    BP will move applications and data to AWS Amazon Web Services (AWS) said yesterday that energy firm British Petroleum (BP) will soon close its European data centres and migrate all data and key applications over to AWS. The move is part of BP’s wider programme to speed up the digitisation of its operations and infrastructure

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  • Brexit: European commission confirms it is considering extension – live news0

    Rolling updates on latest political developments, including whether Speaker will allow ‘meaningful vote’ on Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill this afternoon EU would agree to Brexit delay, says German minister How the numbers add up on Brexit and possible amendments Labour seeks new alliance to kill off deal 3.24pm BST It’s felt like a bit of

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  • Vodafone to run first European OpenRAN technology tests in the UK

    Vodafone to run first European OpenRAN technology tests in the UK0

    Vodafone to focus UK trials of OpenRAN technology on 120 rural areas Vodafone is to become the first wireless carrier to run European tests of OpenRAN, a cellular infrastructure technology that promises to lower call costs. OpenRAN is an initiative of the Telecom Infra Project to define and build radio-access network solutions based on general

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  • Young Scientist Adam jets off for European Scientific Glory

    Young Scientist Adam jets off for European Scientific Glory0

    Winner of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2019 Adam Kelly is to represent Ireland in the EU Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) in Sofia, Bulgaria this weekend. Adam, from Skerries Community College in Dublin, won the BTYSTE for his project “Optimising The Simulation of General Quantum Circuits”. He will represent Ireland at the

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  • European stocks rattled by trade fears as G7 optimism fades — live updates

    European stocks rattled by trade fears as G7 optimism fades — live updates0

    5) The French media giant Vivendi has launched a legal challenge in Italy in a bid to stop the billionaire Berlusconi dynasty creating a pan-European television empire. Vivendi owns a 29pc stake in Mediaset, the Berlusconi-controlled broadcaster, but is barred by Italian regulators from voting on plans to merge it with its Spanish sister company. What happened

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  • Xenophobic bullying souring lives of East European pupils in UK | Society0

    Eastern European pupils in schools in England and Scotland have experienced increased levels of racism and xenophobia since the Brexit vote, with some accusing their teachers of failing to protect them and even joining in, research claims. The study, led by the University of Strathclyde, found that 77% of pupils surveyed said they had suffered

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