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SmartStyle Advanced Technology – Video


07-03-2012 08:18 A brief schematic graphical representation of Zenith Infotech’s advanced Private cloud computing platform – SmartStyle. A quick overview of the cloud server highlighting the smart technical features of the disk drives used in the architecture which makes SmartStyle a complete reliable cloud solution. For more, visit SmartStyleComputing.com

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Oni Launches New Cloud Services for Enterprises Using CA Technologies Cloud Platform

ISLANDIA, New York and LISBON, Portugal, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ —

The Portuguese Telecom and IT group Will Reduce Time toMarket for New Services With the CA AppLogic Platform

CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA – News) today announced that Oni, the Portuguese telecom and IT group, has signed an agreement to use the CA AppLogic cloud computing platform to deliver the benefits of cloud-based services to the enterprise market in Portugal.

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Oni focuses exclusively on serving large enterprises. In today’s fast moving environment, these customers need to launch business services quickly each time their competitive landscape changes. Instead of ordering new servers, assembling the necessary components, and configuring the various hardware and services, Oni will use the CA AppLogic platform to quickly deploy IT infrastructure and services for customers in hours instead of months.

“The CA AppLogic platform is a unique, turnkey solution that addresses the disruptive nature of cloud computing. By selecting this platform, we will be able to help our large enterprise customers reap the full benefits of cloud services,” saidMiguel Allen Lima, chief executive officer of Knewon, the IT company of Oni Group. “We chose this platform based on its fast deployment capabilities and for its ability to support IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Now, we will be able to rapidly deliver cloud services in a cost-effective way, without expanding our IT staff or making large physical infrastructure investments. This solution is truly an IT performance accelerator. Our new mantra is: ‘think of hours instead of weeks or months.'”

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About CA Technologies

CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA – News) is an IT management software and solutions company with expertise across all IT environments – from mainframe and distributed, to virtual and cloud. CA Technologies manages and secures IT environments and enables customers to deliver more flexible IT services. CA Technologies’ innovative products and services provide the insight and control essential for IT organisations to power business agility. The majority of the Global Fortune 500 relies on CA Technologies to manage evolving IT ecosystems. For additional information, visit CA Technologies at http://www.ca.com.

Copyright 2012 CA. All Rights Reserved. One CA Plaza, Islandia, N.Y. 11749. All trademarks, trade names, service marks, and logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies.

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Telefonica targets LatAm with business cloud

Michael Carroll| March 14, 2012

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Telefonica is gunning for control of cloud computing in Latin America with a new hosting service for large companies and public agencies.

The Spanish incumbent has teamed with Cisco and virtual computing firm VCE to launch Virtual Hosting 2.0 in its current Latin American markets, claiming the service is the first tailored cloud product for VCEs Vblock platform in the region. The telco also states the service offers the highest levels of integrated virtualization, server, storage, networking and security.

Daniel Jimnez, director of Telefonica Latin Americas corporate division, says the service strengthens the telcos global presence as well as its regional abilities. The hosting service offers the ability to offer big corporations and government offices full and hybrid solutions with the highest levels of security, and provide an end-to-end service unique in the market, he states.

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ServInt Introduces Its New Flex Line of High-Performance, Fully Managed Dedicated Servers

MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

ServInt, a pioneering provider of managed cloud hosting for enterprises worldwide, today introduced its new line of fully managed, dedicated servers under the Flex brand. The new Flex Private servers named Flex Express, Flex Pro and Flex Enterprise feature some of the most powerful processors available, at price points that offer an extremely favorable performance-per-dollar value.

In addition, the Flex line offers a high level of platform configurability, made easy with a new, intuitive, online configuration system. This easy configurability is the first in a series of next-generation cloud infrastructure enhancements from ServInt all of which will be passed along to Flex customers as the platform evolves.

With the introduction of the Flex Private server line, ServInt is making next years server technologies affordable today, said ServInt Founder and CEO Reed Caldwell.

Caldwell added, Were also looking ahead with this product by making it the platform upon which we will deploy all of our next-generation advances in provisioning, scalability, billing and more. In other words: youll get started with Flex for the incredible value it offers today but youll stay with Flex because of the cloud infrastructure services it will deliver tomorrow.

All Flex Private servers exclusively use Dell enterprise-grade hardware. The Flex Express server offers all the following features for only $199 per month, with optional RAM and disk-space upgrades that can increase RAM and disk storage to as much as 12GB and 1.5TB, respectively:

The Flex Pro server available in both SAS and near-line SAS configurations provides all the following features for only $299 per month, with RAM and disk-space upgrade paths that allow customers to add as much as 24GB and 1.5TB, respectively:

The Flex Enterprise server available in both SAS and near-line SAS configurations provides all the following features for only $499 per month, with RAM and disk-space upgrade paths that allow customers to add as much as 32GB and 3TB, respectively:

About ServInt

ServInt is a pioneering provider of high-reliability, managed cloud hosting services for enterprises worldwide. Founded in Northern Virginia in 1995, ServInt provides a range of IaaS, PaaS, VPS and dedicated server packages to hosting service resellers, web designers, developers and online businesses in more than 130 countries. To learn more about ServInt’s cloud solutions, please call 1-800-573-7846 or visit http://www.servint.net.

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SYS-CON.tv @ 9th Cloud Expo | Nand Mulchandani, CEO and Co-Founder of ScaleXtreme – Video


25-02-2012 10:41 “We’re one of the few companies out there that is helping customers federate multiple clouds together so they can manage all of their servers through a single web browser,” notes Nand Mulchandani, CEO and Co-Founder of ScaleXtreme, in this SYS-CON.TV interview with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan at the 9th International Cloud Expo, held Nov 7-10, 2011, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.

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Cloud Computing – 28/02/12 – Video


08-03-2012 17:37 Description: Recent disaster events throughout the country and even internationally have highlighted the need for businesses to ensure regular backups of essential data, and to seek alternative ways of working particularly in regards to using software which is accessible anywhere, any time on the internet to ensure minimal business down time. Many businesses use cloud computing on a day to day basis without even realising it — your emails may well be accessible via webmail or online programs such as gmail, yahoo, Hotmail or similar. Whilst some businesses utilise expensive servers, often requiring specialist IT staff to ensure it’s continual operation, many business owners are turning to cloud computing – renting capacity in a provider’s data centre, and connecting to it over the internet, often on a month to month basis. This allows a business agility in a fast moving technological world, and the right cloud computing solutions can improve a business’s efficiencies across the board significantly. Join our informative one hour webinar on cloud computing and learn: • What cloud computing is and how you can get started with it • What types of activities you might be able to conduct ‘in the cloud’ and why this could be advisable for your business • What cloud computing solutions exist and which ones might suit your business • How much different cloud computing solutions cost • How to choose the right solution/s for your business • Whether cloud computing is secure • How to

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DotNetNuke Tutorial – Great hosting tool – PowerDNN Control Suite – part 1/3 – Video #310 – Video


10-03-2012 11:49 http://www.DNNHero.com – This video will go through the ins and outs of hosting a DNN site on PowerDNN cloud servers. It will also demonstrate their own server tool called PowerDNN Control Suite which helps people get up and running quickly with their DNN sites. This is part 1 of 3.

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Defiant Kaleidescape To Keep Shipping Movie Servers

Although a California judge has legally blocked the sale of Kaleidescape’s DVD servers, the company said Monday that it intends to ship products until if and when an appellate court upholds the decision.

On March 8, Judge William J. Monaghan of the Santa Clara County district court issued a notice of injunction against Kaleidescape, ruling that the company was in breach of the CSS license agreement that it entered into with the DVD Copy Control Association, or DVD CCA.

Kaleidescape currently manufactures servers that allow consumers or businesses to rip a DVD, Blu-ray Disc, or CD and store its contents on a hard drive. However, the company has also agreed to store the disc in the drive during playback, which Hollywood wanted to eliminate the issue of “rip and return,” where consumers rented a DVD, ripped it, and then effectively pirated it for their own permanent use.

Since then, of course, cloud-based services like Netflix have dented that model, streaming a movie directly to a consumer’s client device via an encrypted stream.

Monday’s ruling stems from a 2009 decision, when Kaleidescape lost its chance to appeal to the state’s superior court on the contract issue. Instead, the case was remanded back to the Santa Clara County Superior Court, where the DVD Copy Control Association filed its original suit.

Judge Monaghan’s notice was dated April 8, to give time to Kaleidescape to prepare for the injunction, a DVD CCA spokesman said in an email.

Meanwhile, Kaleidescape said it believed it has the legal right to ship products until an appeal of the latest ruling dashed all hope.

“Judge Monahan entered his statement of decision and injunction order on March 8, 2012. Kaleidescape filed its appeal on March 9, 2012,” the company said in a statement. “Kaleidescape believes that under California law the injunction order should not come into effect unless the California Court of Appeal affirms Judge Monahan’s decision. Kaleidescape is confident that when the Court of Appeal reviews the facts of this case, particularly in light of the complete absence of any harm to the DVD CCA or its members, that it will reverse the trial court decision. The appeal process may take one to two years.”

For his part, Michael Malcolm, Kaleidescape’s chairman, founder, and CEO, said in 2009 that he believed his company could continue to ship product, legally. “I am very confident that however it goes, we’ll continue to stay in business and ship our products,” Malcolm said then.

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Dell to invest $700 mn in R&D, unveils 12G servers

The company also announced new EqualLogic PS Series storage arrays, vStart for Dell Private Cloud, Quickstart data warehouse appliance, and a couple of desktop virtualisation offerings

BANGALORE, INDIA: Dell announced a full portfolio of 12th generation, and Intel Xeon processor E5-2600-basedblade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers and also announced that it will invest $700 million for its R&D activities in 2012.

B Rudramuni, executive director, Dell R&D Center, said, 12th generation servers are critical component of Dells enterprise business and they are designed to help our customers to do more. Dell designed and built its 12th Generation servers with input from more than 7,700 customer conversations in 17 countries across four continents. This year, Dell will be spending more than $700 million on R&D, the vast majority of which will go toward enterprise solutions offerings including servers, storage, services and networking.

Also Read: Dell unveils OpenStack-based IaaS cloud platform

With its new PowerEdge servers Dell lays the foundation to extend its Fluid Data Architecture to the server. With Dell Express Flash, front accessible, swappable PCIe solid state disks connected directly to the server, Dell can provide up to 10.5 times more Microsoft SQL Server transactions per second than HDD storage.

It also features Dell CacheCade data accelerator and with this new generation of servers Dell extends its systems management capabilities with its second generation of embedded server management tools that efficiently manage the deployment, updating, monitoring and maintenance of server lifecycle. Dells new PowerEdge servers deliver bare-metal deployment.

Dell is also bringing a ‘breath of fresh air’ to all data centres with its 12th generation PowerEdge servers. With Dell fresh air IT equipment, a data centre can realize an estimated $3,000,000 in capital expenditures and even sustain at 45 degree celcius and 900 hours at a stretch, adds Rudramani.

S Sridhar, director, Enterprise Solutions Business, Global 500, India said, The large-scale memory capacity available on the new Dell PowerEdge servers could give the flexibility to significantly increase virtual machine consolidation. These are changes that will have a positive impact on an organizations bottom line.

EqualLogic PS Series storage arrays Dell also announced the next-generation EqualLogic PS Series storage arrays.

EqualLogic PS6110 Series: These arrays are configured with both optical (SFP+) and copper (10GBASE-T) 10GbE networking, supporting data centre flexibility. It features up to 72 terabytes in a single array and 1.2 petabytes in a single group.

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