Stories by Paolo Del Nibletto

  • Formula 1 team uses cloud computing for Grand Prix success

    As Nico Hulkenberg, the 22-year-old up-and-coming Formula 1 driving star, approaches the final chicane of the Circuit Gilles Villenueve during the Canadian Grand Prix he will already know from telemetry data hosted in the cloud to slow down 10 metres before the turn or risk smacking into the infamous wall of champions that has taken out racing superstars such as Fernando Alonzo and Michael Schumacher.

  • ESPN taps Cisco to kick up its World Cup coverage

    There are only 21 days left before the first kick at 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. But as millions of fans from across the globe wait in anticipation for that first goal to be scored, behind the scene host broadcaster ESPN of Bristol, CT., is figuring out new ways of showing the soccer crazed masses those goals as well as the goal scorers.

  • Taiwan in transition

    There was a time when Taiwan made cheap bicycles. That was four decades ago, when it was one of the country's main exports. Today, Taiwan takes in more than US$16 billion in revenue from bicycles and it is the home to Giant Bicycle, one of the world's leading bicycle makers.

  • IBM Lotus and SAP join forces

    IBM Lotus and SAP have entered into an agreement to develop a software product with the intent to create a new style of application that can present data in the context users are familiar with.