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Music is taking to the clouds after Sony said it is expanding its cloud-based digital Music Unlimited service around Europe to enable fans to access music on their digital devices. After being launched in the United States, Britain and Ireland, Sony’s “Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity” service, is being extended to France, Germany, Spain and […]
With on-demand access to cloud servers, dedicated servers, cloud storage and an advanced API, users can set up a cloud infrastructure in minutes NephoScale is changing the way people develop and deliver software in the cloud with new infrastructure services that will enable companies to deliver applications over the Web faster and with true global […]
Most of the major factors driving adoption of the Cloud Computing concept by companies in Brazil are the same ones that boost more mature markets such as the USA and Western Europe. Fortunately for the Latin American and Caribbean region, countries such as Brazil, Colombia and Chile were not so effected by the economic crisis […]
SAN FRANCISCO: US computer chip giant Intel posted its best earnings ever in 2010 as businesses beefed up data centers to handle services increasingly shifting to the Internet “cloud.” Intel said it took in a net profit of $11.7 billion for the year on revenue of $43.6 billion, a 167 percent jump from the profit […]
Wyse Technology, the global leader in Cloud Client Computing, today announced new capabilities in PocketCloud Version 1.1, adding performance improvements for phones and tablets, advanced Microsoft NLA security, and optimization for tablets such as the new Samsung Galaxy Tab and Cisco Cius. In addition, Wyse announced that over 250,000 users have downloaded PocketCloud virtual desktop apps for Google Android and Apple’s iOS devices.
When virtualization technology first came on the market, there was a lot of confusion as to what it was and whether it could really be used for production workloads. In the beginning, it was tough going. Hosted virtualization products, such as Microsoft Virtual Server, didn’t provide the best performance.
Intel announced today that it has selected Joyent, a leading global provider of cloud computing solutions, to participate in Intel® Cloud Builders, which publishes best practices, hardware blueprints and software architectures on how to deploy cloud infrastructures.
Single Chip NITROX Family With 16 to 64-Cores Delivers Unmatched Performance With up to 200K SSL Ops/s, 40Gbps Security and 20 Gbps Compression Along With Virtualization and cloud computing While Slashing Power Consumption