On the whole, the effect of the internet on our quality of life is generally considered to be a positive. It’s closed massive communication gaps in space and time, it’s opened up whole new vistas in commerce, and without it, I’d probably be driving a busted up forklift right now, so I really have little to complain about. But I will anyway, and so will you and now, thanks to the global communications company, Viasat (VSAT.Q), so can the millions of people in Mexico, who were once left without reliable high speed and quality internet access, but aren’t now.
Digital Realty (DLR.NYSE) and Interxion (INXN.NYSE) combine to create a multinational colocation company
Digital Realty (DLR.NYSE) and Interxion (INXN.NYSE) announced today that they’ve agreed to merge their companies to create a data center, colocation and interconnection solution.
NVIDIA (NVDA.Q) and VMware (VMW.NYSE) are joining forces to deliver enhanced GPU services for the latter’s VMware Cloud on AWS integrated cloud service.
Pivotal Software (PVTL.Q) jumped 68.67% in after-hours trading after VMware (VMW.NYSE) announced their intention to buy all their stock for $15 a share.
Ampd Technologies is seeking to make a debut on the public markets soon and purports to have a high performance computing solution that will solve cloud computing’s latency issues and the one-size-fits-all philosophy of sector giant, Amazon Web Services (AMZN).
The World Wide Web was barely out of its diapers when Sean O’Sullivan founded NetCentric, envisioning a digital world of services built within the Internet. This led to a meeting with Compaq marketing executive, George Favaloro, in late 1996 where the term “cloud computing” was reputed to have been born.