Take a Network Break! This week we cover new advances in interconnects for AI workloads and look a little more carefully at the potential impact of superconductors on computing. HashiCorp swaps its open source licensing for a Business Source License to protect itself from companies that might take its software and build a competing company.
Oracle, SUSE Linux, and CIQ announce a new Linux distribution that directly targets Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Fortinet releases a new firewall with the company’s latest security ASIC, and Caltech reaches a possible settlement with Broadcom on a patent dispute.
Last but not least, Google hopes to get workers back to the office by offering a $99 “special” to stay on at a hotel on the company’s Mountain View, CA campus instead of having to commute from home. Sounds like the worst staycation ever.
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Engineer Details Messy LK-99 Superconductor Creation Process – Tom’s Hardware
Meissner effect or bust: Day 8.5 – Andrew McCalip via Twitter
HashiCorp adopts Business Source License – HaschiCorp
Observations on Seven Years of Maintaining Open Source – PacketLife.net
HashiCorp closes a door – Runtime News
HashiCorp adopts Business Source License – Hacker News
AWS, MongoDB, and the Economic Realities of Open Source – Stratechery