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The SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap podcast provides you with a way to easily and quickly catch-up on the top next-generation IT infrastructure developments from the week. In this two-minute podcast, we cover the week's major news stories around topics such as SD-WAN, 5G, the IoT, AI, network security, containers, SDN, NFV, data centers, storage, and network and application performance management. Subscribe today to never miss an episode and visit an episode's webpage for more details on the ...
 
7 Layers is a weekly podcast produced by SDxCentral, the leading media site for next-generation IT infrastructure. Whether you're a seasoned professional or someone just starting out in the field, 7 Layers covers everything from SDN to 5G to IoT to data security to get you up-to-speed and keep you informed on critic topics and technologies. Every topic is paired with an interview with an industry expert providing the unique insight SDxCentral is known for. Listen now and subscribe on your pr ...
 
Climate change, ferocious weather and ‘the haze’ are now part our everyday lives. How are our lifestyles connected to them, and what can we do about it? What does the economy have to do with it? Earth Matters engages with activists and experts to explore our changing relationship with the planet that we only borrow from our children.
 
Dockercast is the official Docker Podcast which covers a wide range of topics including products, projects and contributions from active community members and partners with our host, Docker’s very own – John Willis. John Willis (@botchagalupe) is the Director of Ecosystem development for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded (SocketPlane, which focused on SDN for containers) was acquired by Docker in March 2015.
 
Intel Chip Chat: Network Insights is a recurring podcast series that delves into the technologies, topics and issues facing the networking industry. These informal, one-on-one interviews with industry experts examine the network transformation taking place through the adoption of software defined networking and network functions virtualization across telecommunication & enterprise organizations.
 
The Network Transformation Video Podcast Series, hosted by Jim St. Leger, Data Plane Software Product Line Manager at Intel, tackles some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities in transforming the network. Through a series of eight videos, we will cover business transformation, telco cloud, use cases, open source, packet processing, 5G, containers and network security. Tune in to find out how your business can benefit from network transformation. Learn more at http://intel.ly/2cDD1aN.
 
Our resident literary critic Umapagan Ampikaipakan not only blows dust off books by dead white men, he also roams among more current writers of all hues, often finding links between the written word and the word made film. After all, he's also a courter of the cinema.
 
Data center and Telco managers are approaching a crisis point in a number of dimensions: storage demands are expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020; with the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices communicating over networks will rise exponentially to 50 billion by 2020; today, business users want fast, economical IT services delivered in hours, not days or weeks. These challenges are driving a fundamental shift in data center and Telco architecture and operations from hardware-bound s ...
 
Internet traffic is exploding. The challenge for service providers is how to efficiently scale the network and services to deliver great video and mobile experiences in a competitive world. A flexible, scalable approach is to deploy network components based on Intel Architecture at the network and service edge. Building an edge infrastructure based on IA enables you to simplify the infrastructure, reduce network complexity, and simplify management through common tools, applications software, ...
 
Interested in Java and want to know all the latest news and happenings? Join Eric Klein, VP of Java Marketing, David Bryant, Sr. Director, Java Marketing and Jenn Winger, Marketing Programs for Java Marketing at Sun Microsystems, Inc. as we host this weekly podcast to tell you all the latest in the world of Java. Tune in each week to see what surprise guests will be joining us as we discuss everything from this week in Java, to the cool new Java toys we can't live without, to what music has ...
 
Intel is helping to transform network services with software defined capabilities that enable fast service deployment and more revenue opportunity for the enterprise, cloud, and telecommunications infrastructures. The explosion of global network traffic driven by consumer demand for mobile, rich content anytime, anywhere, and the need to rapidly introduce new revenue generating services is driving IT managers, Telco, and cloud service providers (CSPs) to carefully scrutinize future network c ...
 
"I Was Only Doing My Job" is a fortnightly (Bi-weekly) Australian Military History podcast hosted by Ross Manuel. Instead of focusing on maps and dates, each episode is devoted to chronicling Australia's Military History through the individual stories of those who served; where they grew up, what they did, and invariably what happened to them.
 
Breaking Bread is a brand new food show that aims to foster any and all geeky discussions surrounding food. Whether it is figuring out the intricacies of our kuih-muih, deep-diving into Malaysian coffee culture, or hunting for the best Laksas in town, this show shines a light on the food we eat and how it ties to the very fabric of our Malaysian culture and identity.
 
Current Affairs goes behind the headlines in Malaysia to what is moving the news and why, with top academics, politicians, businesspeople and activists in the know. These socio-economic issues run the gamut, including press freedom, affirmative action policies, Islamisation, corruption, election reform, and political unrests. Past guests of Current Affairs include Khairy Jamaluddin, Shad Saleem Faruqi, Farish Noor, Uma Sambanthan and PG Lim. Any enquiries should be directed to morningrun@bfm.my.
 
Noooo ... not of the leather and chains variety, but a cheeky abbreviation of any of the following terms: Stocks, Shares, Syndicates, Stakes, Speculation or even Smart. 'M'? Well, Money comes to mind. So does Manipulation, Markets, Money, Mandate, Measure and, well, Moolah! The S&M Show: an honest and colourful analysis of who and what drives and makes the markets behave the way they do. A weekly show on BFM 89.9, the wide, wild world of investing has never been this colourful! Give us your ...
 
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A podcast series where Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl ) and John Willis (@botchagalupe) discuss futuristic concepts of IT. Mark has a PHD in physics among other things and I barely finished high school. We, therefore, seem to make an unlikely pair for discussion. However, we have found over the years our discussions on such subjects make for great dialog (at least we enjoy it). We have decided to see if other's agree. RSS Feed: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:245384055/sou ...
 
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Join Jeff Smith, CTO at DYNICS, as he discusses the company's partnership with Veracity Industrial Networks and the benefits of their Net-Optix controller. Most importantly, how the revolutionary solution simplifies and streamlines the process of maintaining and securing industrial operational networks and how it is used in conjunction with DYNICS’…
 
The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has been accused by Meta of running a troll farm that sought to promote the current government coalition and to criticise its opponents. However, PDRM refuted the allegation claiming that they are gathering further information about it. For more details, we speak to Alexander Wong, Managing Editor of SoyaCincau.…
 
The Foreign Ministers of Asean are meeting in Phnom Penh which was also attended by key officials from the US, China, Russia and Japan. With hot button topics of Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, Myanmar and the South China Sea on the agenda, what are the expected outcomes? Izzah Ibrahim, Analyst, at the Foreign Policy and Security Studies Programme …
 
Back in 2013-2015, multiple women’s groups came together and worked with the Attorney General’s Chambers and other parties to criminalise stalking. And after 10 years, progress is being made. But is this Anti-Stalking bill enough to protect Malaysians against stalking ? For a deeper dive, we speak to Yu Ren Chung, Deputy Executive Director of Women…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Aug. 5, 2022 Plus, Netskope scoops up Infiot for a SASE boost, and telecom infrastructure spending surges Cisco Combines Enterprise Networking and Mass Infrastructure Groups Netskope Acquires Infiot on the Road to Single-Vendor SASE Cisco, Microsoft, Samsung See Telecom Spend Share Surge Learn more about …
 
The recent debate surrounding the Tobacco and Smoking Control Bill, or more specifically the aspects relating to the generational ban on smoking for those born after 1st January 2007, has generated heated discussions from those within and without the medical profession. But for healthcare professionals and health associations, the question arises: …
 
We catch up with pianist, composer, arranger, and bandleader Tay Cher Siang, a regular on the local jazz circuit, and part of the WVC Malaysian Jazz Ensemble. Cher Siang has also been working on a variety of other projects, including curating a whole set of events for the new jazz and music venue, TiTi Fusion, which is located in Sri Petaling. We c…
 
“An Uncommon Journey” is described as a labour of love and massive undertaking by like-minded music educators and musicians to reconnect after two years, to share and learn and to make music together. Over 50 musicians, some travelling from out-of-state, gathered weekly at KLPAC over a period of 13 weeks in this collaborative project, with musician…
 
Recent statistics from the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry have revealed that in 2021 alone, 752 senior citizens were abandoned at hospitals by their family members. With Malaysia soon to become an ageing population by 2030, what should the Senior Citizens Act, currently being drafted, include to ensure both the protection of the e…
 
In the region, central banks have also raised rates but what does this mean for Asean banks? Will the economic slowdown eat into earnings? Thilan Wickramasinghe, Head of Research Singapore at Maybank Investment Banking Group Research tell us the important answer especially since banks are a barometer of an economy.…
 
Malaysia has already lost more than 15% of her beaches with things set to become worse. In the peninsula alone, more than 30 beaches have experienced critical erosion of over 4 metres a year and the National Coastal Erosion Study 2015 revealed that many of these beaches could be lost in the next 10 years or so. Associate Professor Dr Effi Helmy Ari…
 
Eating disorders should never be taken lightly, as it can have serious consequences on the individual’s physical and mental health. But in a world where people - young and old - are often told or shown that they should look a certain way, are we seeing an increase in eating disorders? And if your loved one is struggling with an eating disorder, wha…
 
Refugees in Malaysia are only recognised as such through their UNHCR cards, as Malaysia’s law does not make any distinctions between refugees and undocumented migrants. However, the Malaysian government recently introduced the Tracking Refugees Information System - also known as TRIS - for all UNHCR card holders, to identify their whereabouts in th…
 
The Control of Tobacco Products and Smoking Bill 2022 has now been referred to the Parliamentary Special Select Committee to be finetuned despite some concessions made before it was tabled for second reading at the Dewan Rakyat this week. It is now expected to come up again at the next sitting. Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii is a member of this PS…
 
Malaysia has agreed in principle to implement a global minimum tax of 15% on multinational companies. Currently, Malaysia's standard corporate income tax rate is 24%, with some MNCs granted tax exemptions and enjoy preferential rates of zero to 10% according to various concession. Dr Geoffrey Williams, Economist at Malaysia University of Science an…
 
It’s no secret that Malaysia’s population is already an ageing one. For years, a Senior Citizens Bill to protect the rights and welfare of older adults has been discussed and debated, but nothing concrete has yet to be tabled or presented in Parliament. With recent reports of more than 2,000 senior citizens abandoned at hospitals from 2018 till Jun…
 
The U.N. General Assembly — the highest UN body that wields considerable influence over its member states — adopted a historic resolution: the recognition that it’s a universal human right to live in a clean, healthy and sustainable environment, on the 29th of July 2022. The resolution has been five decades in the making, and is described as an imp…
 
Dr Kannan Pasamanickam has dedicated the vast majority of his life to his patients. Recently, the good doctor wrote an autobiography titled Joy, Challenges and Hope: My Life Journey, where he details well, his journey growing up in a small town in Muar, his passion for the field of medicine and how hope and optimism are important pillars in his lif…
 
For the second consecutive year, the 2022 US Trafficking in Persons report has given Malaysia the lowest rank - Tier 3 - indicating our failure to meet minimum standards when it comes to human trafficking. With World Day Against Trafficking in Persons observed annually on July 30th, we take a look at what this latest report means for Malaysia, a me…
 
With the Control of Tobacco Product and Smoking Bill tabled for the second and third reading in parliament yesterday, we speak to Dr Helmy Haja Mydin, Consultant Respiratory Physician and Technical Advisor to Ministry of Health. about the lasting and impactful GEG will have on health legacy for Malaysia but understand the loopholes on the enforceme…
 
The US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is on a trip to Asia Pacific which includes Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan but with no mention of Taiwan officially. What is the implication to China- US relations if she does indeed visit Taiwan? Dr Adrian Ang, Research Fellow Coordinator of United States Programme, S S. Rajaratnam School of Internatio…
 
By now, we’ve learned that having COVID-19 isn’t just about the toll it takes on your body when you first contract the virus, but the lingering symptoms even when you’ve recovered from the infection. Also known as long COVID, these symptoms can significantly affect your quality of life, so on this show, we take a look at the role of rehabilitation …
 
According to a recent report in Macaranga, plantation company AA Sawit Sdn Bhd has just submitted an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report to get federal approval for its new plantations in Johor. However, the development on the site had already begun two years ago, with satellite images showing that between 2020—2021, more than 600 ha of fo…
 
Its a tale of two halves for the tech sector with names like Amazon and Apple reporting better than expected numbers while chip makers, Intel and Qualcomm disappointing the street. Daniel Ives, Managing Director of Wedbush Securities helps us make sense of the results and who will be winners in 2022 despite the economic slowdown.…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for July 29, 2022 Plus, T-Mobile forks over $500 million for cybersecurity breach, and Samsung scores another RAN deal AT&T Warns of Recession Concerns, Remains Committed to 5G, Fiber T-Mobile Cyberattack Garners $500M Mea Culpa Samsung Snags Mediacom 5G CBRS RAN Deal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
After weeks of deliberation since the end of June, the World Health Organisation declared that monkeypox is a public health emergency of international concern - or PHEIC - over the weekend, as cases continued to be detected in countries where the disease is not endemic. However, monkeypox is not an unknown infectious disease, and has been endemic t…
 
That day, I was sketching on the street is Ong Hieng Fuong’s debut solo exhibition, and is described as a display of his conversations with observed moments of life. His works are rendered in a variety of mediums, from vibrant poster colours to elaborate woodcuts. He joins us to talk about his works, and how growing up in Tanjung Sepat, a small fis…
 
Out of the Depths is the first post-lockdown concert by Bachfest Malaysia, featuring two moving Bach cantatas, performed by the award-winning Malaysia Bach Festival Singers and Orchestra. Aside from the concert, world-renowned Bach scholar Prof. Dr. Michael Maul will be providing pre-concert lectures, and the concert tour is also the official book …
 
Yesterday, the Dewan Rakyat passed the Anti-Party Hopping Bill with a two-thirds majority, bringing to fruition a long-sought after political reform in the wake of the Sheraton Move. How much impact will this have on voter confidence as we head into GE15? We get reactions from Danesh Prakash Chacko of Tindak Malaysia. Image Credit: Lens Hitam/Shutt…
 
Myanmar's military government which overthrew the elected civilian government in a coup d'état on Feb 1, 2021, remains in power today and is doing all it can to quash opposition. This includes executing 4 democracy activists recently. What does Asean have to say about all this clear violations of human rights? Thomas Daniel, a Senior Fellow at ISIS…
 
If you think your child is the only one who has become more fussy and problematic with eating, sleeping and daily routines, think again. More children have been experiencing feeding problems, sleep disruptions, and increased anxiety - and it’s not just due to the pandemic alone. Consultant developmental paediatrician Dr Rajini Sarvananthan enlighte…
 
Unhappy with the rigidity and unfriendly atmosphere she encountered in her young son's school, Kiran Bir Sethi took matters into her own hands and set up The Riverside School in Ahmedabad in 2001, which was designed to shake up attitudes towards early years education, by placing empathy and creativity at the heart of the curriculum. This alternativ…
 
The Dewan Rakyat passed the Independent Police Commission (IPCC) bill this week, to the disappointment of civil society groups for a much stronger body to address police misconduct in the form of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC). Human rights expert Dato' Sri M. Ramachelvam explains why the IPCC is flawed, and als…
 
Recently, videos of a woman losing her temper at another driver on the Tuas Second Link went viral on social media. The videos showed her pulling off the license plate of the other driver’s vehicle and throwing it at the windscreen. This case of road rage is not an isolated incident, especially in Malaysia, where driving can be stressful. But how d…
 
It's estimated that fewer than 150 Malayan tigers remain in the wild in Peninsula Malaysia, led to near extinction by the usual suspects of poaching and habitat loss. But efforts have been stepped up through the years, not only from hard working NGO's, but through the establishment of the National Tiger Task Force headed by the prime minister, and …
 
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