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SHAFT: the new Google dumbfounding

Technology: It has two legs, a head, and a sacred balance. The last robot presented by Google is the opposite of the concepts presented previously. Something to appeal? It does not patrol the night streets of Manhattan, at least not yet. However Google has just introduced its robot SHAFT during the Tokyo conference "New Economy Summit 2016", called NEST. The eponymous Robot proposed by the Japanese startups Shaft (owned by Google since 2014), is a biped composed of a pair of legs and a head. Yet we are far from humanoid creations that dot the discipline of robotics.

The design seems primarily oriented displacement facility, much more so than to the human mimicry. Similarly, we see the robot carry things no one can know if he seized them himself, since it sees no upper limbs that could be used for this. Question obstacle clearance and balance on the other hand, the demonstrations seem impressive. SHAFT can also climb stairs, carry 60 kilos and adhere frankly hostile and slippery surfaces. What propose a solid support robot to next customers? Nothing has been revealed marketing side.

The IT infrastructure increasingly oriented Cloud

Future of IT: The IT infrastructure is changing to become increasingly Cloud. Businesses and increase their expenditure in favor of public cloud (+ 14.1%) and private (11.1%). The traditional datacenter declines. Global spending on infrastructure (server, storage and network) are expected to grow 18.9% in 2016, says IDC. And this growth will be at the expense of investment in the traditional data center. The cloud environments could thus represent $ 38.2 billion in spending in 2016 according to the firm. The private cloud infrastructure will be up 11% to $ 13.9 billion. The bulk of the cloud market will concern the public cloud to $ 24.4 billion (+ 14.1%).

Providers invest in the public cloud

Organizations will however continue to cut their budgets for traditional data center on the downside of 4% in 2016. The transformation of this infrastructure remains progressive and traditional datacenter always represent 63.8% of total expenditure. This share is however back year after year. In the long term, IDC estimates that spending on the infrastructure cloud will register an average growth of 12.5% ​​per year until 2020 ($ 57.8 billion).

And if the public cloud is growing so quickly is mainly because of very substantial investments made by the providers of these services. In 2020, these players spend alone $ 37.5 billion for infrastructure. On the same date, the private cloud segment could reach $ 20.3 billion. Among the areas of investment on Cloud pane, IDC estimates that the network portion (Ethernet switches) will grow more strongly in 2016 (26.8%), followed by the servers (12.4%) and storage (11.3 %).

Sequana Bull, a French exascale supercomputer 9 tonnes

Technology: "The most efficient supercomputer in the world," boasts Atos which officially launches today Bull Sequana, new supercomputer. Objective: To achieve by 2020 one billion billion operations per second. The "Bull Sequana" must be "the most efficient supercomputer in the world," says the company while a ceremony is to take it this afternoon in Paris in the presence of Emmanuel Macron, among other Minister of the Digital and Thierry Breton, CEO of Atos, to inaugurate the beast.

Supercomputer "Atos is one of three or four global players namely design and manufacture of supercomputers today, and the only European" says Thierry Breton for the occasion. "It is (...) a competitive advantage for our customers who benefit from exceptional computing power. "

Bull brand Atos dedicated to the products and technologies of software distributed since 2014, says that this is the first computer that should be able to achieve by 2020 one billion billion operations per second. Fortunately, the unimaginable two names: exascale to discuss the type of system, and exaflops (floating-point operations per second) or processing capacity.

10 times denser

Especially, the manufacturer mentions that equal capacity, the supercomputer Bull Sequana consumes 10 times less energy than current machines through densification 10 times greater. The IT architecture of the machine was thought to be highly scalable provides Atos. Physical architecture side, with 5 square meters of floor presence, the computer is stored in two wardrobes. Detail that counts: it weighs 9 tons CEO revealed the microphone of Europe 1.

Vertical using this type of solution are the sectors of health, agriculture accuracy or meteorology. The CEA (French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies) remains the first customer. For example side meteorology, Atos said that this new computer is expected to predict fog patches and the storms of very localized around airports. But new uses less fuel could be pushed to the benefit of smaller companies. Note that this new computer is part of the supply of business analytics Codex Atos Bull. This is a local secret CEA Bull Sequana, performed in the Angers factory Atos is being installed. It is also a supercomputer Google Alphago, which beat the game of Go world champion in the month of March.

47,000 recruitment of IT projects in 2016

Focus Occupation: job center assesses the needs for 2016 manpower for IT hires at 46,936, including 31,584 recruiting project managers and IT engineers. In 2015, the recruitment of IT executives rose by 9% to reach 30,390 Apec. This year, IT managers and IT-off should be between 38,800 and 41,800 recruitments in the IT and telecom sectors.

In publishing its 2016 survey of needs in labor, job center expects an increase of 5.1% of recruitment projects - all trades. The only business of IT, forecasts also seem optimistic.
Over 50% of positions in Île-de-France

For "Ingén. And managers to study, R & D in IT, IT project managers", the survey identifies 31 584 2016 BMO hires projects, exceeding the record set by APEC 2015.

Professionals looking for a position in these businesses will once again favor the Île-de-France, which alone meets 58.7% of these potential hires. This trend also applies to the business of IT technicians. "Technicians services to users in IT" and "Study technicians and developing computer" totaling 15,352 recruitments projects in 2016, 6387 which located in the Île-de-France.

The three different IT professions listed in the 2016 BMO survey and include this year 46,936 potential hires. However, as often, employers feel already that these positions will be difficult to fill (54.8% of reported projects are called difficult).
55% of recruitments considered difficult

Employers argue computer scientists for years of difficulty in filling jobs. For APEC, this feeling of tension "can be partially self-sustaining by the ESN (digital service companies) that use broadcasting jobs have a pool of candidates" and / or as because they "look very often the same profiles anticipation of the launch of projects that ultimately will not be realized for all."

Another proposed explanation: "The small number of candidates and the search profiles with highly specialized skills." Job offers for IT positions are (among) those for which the number of applications is lower. And if the main recruiters of IT struggling to hire, but also because of the priority given to executives 5 years’ experience or less: 64% of executive recruitment in IT and telecoms activities in 2015, against 50 % in all sectors.

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