Microsoft is going to unveil new Windows devices at Computex 2014


Computex 2014 is taking place next week and if you were looking forward to new products to be announced at the event, well we’re pretty sure that will be happening. While there will be plenty of products to look forward to, Microsoft’s OEM Twitter account has recently posted a message claiming that at Computex 2014, there will be new Windows devices that will be announced. The message was accompanied by a photo that you can see above. It doesn’t really tell us much but based on what we can see, presumably there will be new Windows-based laptops/tablets or hybrids that we can look forward to.

At TechEd in Houston today, Microsoft announced a wide range of updates to its Azure cloud platform. As has become customary for Azure updates, the new features announced today include a mix of previews of brand-new capabilities, and general availability releases of features previously only in preview. In the general availability bucket are a set of new networking options for connectivity to Azure. Currently, Azure users connect to Azure through a mix of public Internet addresses and private VPNs, with all traffic going over the Internet. The new ExpressRoute capability provides a third option: direct private connections to Azure, either through exchange providers, or by connecting Azure to existing corporate WANs. ExpressRoute will be offered with a 99.9 percent SLA and four bandwidth tiers: 200Mbps, 500Mbps, 1Gbps, and 10Gbps. Though now generally available, the connectivity is currently limited to connections via two US sites—Silicon Valley and Washington, DC—and London. Microsoft intends to make it available in 13 further locations by the end of the year.

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