News of Note—Xtera, U.S. power plant cyberattack, cloud services and more

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> U.S. security officials say Russian hackers could shut down nuclear power plants and electric facilities in America. Business Insider article

> Xtera achieved 120 Tbps over a single fiber in an experiment with University College London. Release

> Ampere will demonstrate the technology advantages of its eMAG Arm processor at the Open Compute Project U.S. Summit 2018. Release

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> According to a StorageCraft survey, 37% of channel organizations cited a desire to expand their portfolio, and 32% saw themselves at a competitive disadvantage without sophisticated cloud services. Release

> Thirty percent of U.S. homes will have connected devices by the end of this year, and 80% will have them wihtin five years, says Brett Jurgens, co-founder and CEO of Notion. Forbes article

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