Nathan Hegedus

Nathan is the editor of the Hyperscale Cloud blog. With a background in journalism, he has previously worked as the editor of the Ericsson Technology for Good and Networked Society blogs, Ericsson Business Review and the Ericsson Cities social media accounts, as well as serving as strategic editor for Ericsson white papers.

Nathan Hegedus

The top 10 hyperscale cloud posts of 2016

It's end of year list time. So let's check out what ten posts grabbed the most attention in year one of the Hyperscale Cloud blog. And let us know what you want to see in 2017!

Digital industrialization and hyperscale at Cloud Expo Asia

Our Geoff Hollingworth talked with John Bensalhia of Cloud Expo Asia earlier this month about cloud security, the lower TCO that comes with hyperscale and how if you're not planning for cloud, then CIO stands for "Career Is Over."

Talking datacenter automation and the future of cloud with Jason Hoffman

In an episode of Conversations in the Cloud from Intel, Jason Hoffman, VP and Head of Product Area Cloud Infrastructure at Ericsson, talks about digital factories and why cloud is nowhere near done, as well as the launch Datacenter Automation Platform and how it gives you an unprecendented view of your datacenter.

Creating the datacenter you need with software-defined infrastructure

"Software-defined infrastructure (SDI) implements hardware disaggregation with the nimbleness to adapt infrastructure resources to business needs in real time."  This comes from a post by Tomas Fredberg that explored how software-defined infrastructure will drive hyperscale and lower TCO.

Exploring IoT, 5G and cloud at IDF 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) 5G and, of course, cloud came together in an exciting way at the Intel Developer Forum 2016 this week.  We featured IoT solutions like smart parking, NB-IoT sensors, IoT-in-a-box and smart building applications.  In this video, Warren Chaisatien, Ericsson's Director of IoT Marketing, gives a short rundown of these top IoT showcases from the event.

Building “sh**ty robots” out of beer cans at IDF 2016

We talk a lot about the future here, and we do it with urgency – digital industrialization, hyperscale datacenters, trusted data and new application architectures. But the future needs to be fun too, and we proved it Monday with the help of the “Queen of Sh**ty Robots.”