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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Buy Cray, ManagedKube Launches k8sBot, Purism's Librem One Suite Surpasses Crowdfunding Goal, Cloudflare Announces Support of BinaryAST and the Zombieload Intel Processor Vulnerability

News briefs for Friday, May 17, 2019. Hewlett Packard Enterprise to buy Supercomputer-maker Cray. Bloomberg reports that the deal is "valued at about $1.4 billion as the firm works to become more competitive in high-end computing", and "Cray investors will get $35 a share in cash".

IPFire 2.23 - Core Update 131 Has a New Intrusion Prevention System, The Linux Foundation Launches the Urban Computing Foundation, the Atomic Pi Hits Retail, IBM to Expand Its "New Collar" Program to France, and New Capabilities and Services for IBM Z

News briefs for May 16, 2019. IPFire 2.23 - Core Update 131 has been released. This release brings a new Intrusion Prevention System that makes your networks "more secure by deeply inspecting packets and trying to identify threats". See the IPFire blog for more details and instructions on how to migrate to the new IPS.