– Samsung could deploy the 5G with Orange. Stéphane Richard himself, the CEO of the operator, told Reuters last week. While the French group has excluded Chinese equipment manufacturer Huawei from its work on 5G, Orange "relies heavily on Samsung because, like all operators, we have an interest in ensuring that the equipment industry is sufficiently diverse that there are no dependencies that are created in relation to one or the other, "explained the CEO of the operator.
– Harness.io raises $ 60 million. The company providing a devops toolbox announced this round of B Series today, with Venture Partners and GV, with the participation of existing investors BIG Labs, Menlo Ventures and Unusual Ventures. Harness.io plans to use these funds to strengthen its R & D, engineering, sales and marketing teams.
– Intel launches its 9th generation of Core Series H chips. Announced at the end of March, it will not be long before arriving. Comprised of six processors, this generation should bring laptops the same capabilities as the desktop PC processors, launched last October. All chips are based on the "Coffee Lake Refresh" architecture and are manufactured using a 14nm process. The fastest, the Core i9-9980HK, reaches a new speed record: with 8 cores, 16 threads at 5GHz, in boost mode.