Datapipe Acquires GoGrid to Simplify Big Data Cloud Deployments

Datapipe announced that it has acquired GoGrid to simplify Big Data cloud deployments. Datapipe has been focused on security, integration and management of multiple cloud platforms, including AWS and its own leading hosted private cloud, Stratosphere. GoGrid has traditionally been in the managed cloud and dedicated hosting field. This acquisition furthers Datapipe cloud strategy and gives them solid ground in the big […]

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ParStream – Innovation in Internet of Things Recognized by GABA Award

ParStream, the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) analytics company has been selected as the winner of the GABA Startup and Innovation Award for 2015. GABA, the German American Business Association, is a non-profit organization that cultivates international professional business community contribution and networking among German-American and Californian business and tech communities. Based in Silicon Valley, ParStream is an IoT analytics platform company. The […]

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VMware vCloud Air – Enhanced DR, Networking & On Demand Virtual Private Cloud

As part of VMware’s hybrid cloud strategy, VMware today announced plans to make their vCloud Air offerings more robust. VMware has added new enhanced disaster recovery and advanced networking services for VMware vCloud Air. “Public cloud is a part of every VMware client’s view of the future because it helps them move faster and get far greater value for money […]

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NetObjex IoT PaaS – Attacking Expensive Developer Services for IoT

NetObjex recently announced what they claim as the first-ever ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) Platform as a Service (PaaS), enabling businesses and individuals to easily and efficiently manage their own IoT systems. The NetObjex IoT PaaS aims to fill a gap in the IoT space and help organizations reduce expensive developer services or costly proprietary products. NetObjex IoT solution allows companies of any size to […]

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Data Center Colocation Market Surpasses $25B – 451 Research

As per the latest release of the Datacenter KnowledgeBase (DCKB) from 451 Research, the global data center colocation market has surpassed a run rate of $25bn in revenue with six percent of datacenter firms accounting for more than half of global revenue. The DCKB database covers 3,685 individual datacenters from 1,086 datacenter companies serving North America, EMEA, APAC and LATAM. The top 10 players […]

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Samsung 1TB SSD – Will You Carry One In Your Pocket?

If you were following CES 2015, you couldn’t have missed this. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced the Samsung Portable SSD T1, a stylish, external portable solid state drive (SSD) that represents a new standard of storage for today’s digital life. Designed for speed and security without sacrificing style, the Portable SSD T1 is ideal for business travelers, creative professionals and content creators […]

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Huawei Leading the Way in Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Huawei has been making headway in the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) area. The company recently announced that it was recognized as the leader by a survey covering over 100 senior executives across more than 80 telecoms network operators from around the world . As per Huawei, they excelled in the following categories: Vendor perception: – Huawei ranked first […]

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Deloitte – Top ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) trends for 2015

  Deloitte released its top ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) trends for 2015. “We are entering an extraordinary period where consumer technologies are finding increased adoption in the enterprise space. Our data indicates an exponential increase in interest in the IoT by the enterprise, which could have a profound impact on the way business is conducted,” said Eric Openshaw, vice chairman, Deloitte LLP […]

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MapR CEO – Big Data Predictions for 2015

As 2015 kicks off, John Schroeder CEO & Cofounder of MapR Technologies predicts top big data trends in this year. He sees data agility, processing data platforms, self-service, market consolidation and the rise of the enterprise architect as major developments. Data Agility Emerges as a Top Focus – Legacy databases and data warehouses are so expensive that database administrator (DBA) resources […]

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