In telecom news this week, Alcatel-Lucent’s Bell Labs division is boasting a 10 Gbps broadband-over-copper speed record, and a TeleGeography report on peering agreements spells bad news for IP transit providers.
Net Power and Light’s Spin enterprise mobile collaboration app offers video conferencing and content sharing that uses the whole smartphone.
Facebook’s North Carolina data center is warm and humid, which is just fine for the tens of thousands of OCP servers working there. Check out the exclusive video.
Verizon bolstered its cloud security presence with a new web application firewall. The cloud-based WAF puts the telecom giant in the growing cloud firewall market with Akamai, Imperva and others.
Cloud storage systems aren’t necessarily at the top of every business list for analytic data stores, but one Japanese retailer has experienced success.
New high-performance data management systems are adding management traits, as a recent MemSQL release attests. Meanwhile, SyncSort shows a way to mainframe data on the cloud.
Violin Memory adds four models of its Windows Flash Array (WFA) and “pay-as-you-grow” pricing.
Dell upgrades AppAssure backup software and rolls out new integrated and virtual backup appliances for remote offices/SMBs.
In this news roundup, SAP announces it is broadening its alliance with geospatial analytics vendor Esri and says SAP Demand Signal Management 2.0 is now generally available.
Nasuni Filer now supports file locking to maintain data integrity across sites, a necessary step to becoming an accepted cloud NAS system.