SAN JOSE, CA and TOKYO — (Marketwire) – 06/17/2011 – With intense competition and more than 130,000 attendees at Interop Tokyo 2011, Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) won top distinction for its industry leading Brocade MLXe core router and Brocade VDX Data Center Switch. The Brocade MLXe Series router was selected from more than 300 highly competitive networking solutions for the Special Prize: Infrastructure Building Products and Grand Prix: ShowNet Product Section. Additionally, the Brocade VDX Ethernet fabric switch also won the Grand Prix: People’s Choice for the show. The Interop Best of Show awards were created to help network architects and
GMO Launches Cloud Computing Solution In U.S. Market GMO Cloud America Inc has launched its cloud hosting solutions for the U.S. market. This full-service hosting and cloud computing solution provider is a subsidiary of GMO Cloud K.K., an established web hosting company in Japan. These solutions have been launched to address the growing demand created by businesses that are embracing the scalability and portability of cloud hosting and computing. The concept of cloud hosting is not new and this service is utilized by businesses worldwide for several years now. Recently Apple launched its service iCloud that can be yours for
Database Services on a Private Cloud For database environments, the PaaS cloud model provides better IT services than the IaaS model. The PaaS model provides enough resources in the cloud that databases can quickly get up and running and still have enough latitude for users to create the applications they need. Additionally, central IT management, security, and efficiency are greatly enhanced through consistency and economies of scale. Conversely, with the IaaS model, each tenant must build most of the stack on their own, lengthening time to deployment and resulting in inconsistent stacks that are harder to manage. A private cloud
BOSTON – June 15, 2010 – Carbonite Inc., a leading provider of online backup solutions which provide customers with “anytime, anywhere access” to their stored files, today announced the availability of Carbonite Business for small and medium sized businesses, or SMBs. Carbonite Business specifically addresses the backup requirements, budgets, security and accessibility needs of SMBs, while extending the company’s commitment to simple, automatic, affordable and secure online backup solutions. “Small business owners are increasingly aware of the importance of backing up their business data,” said Carbonite CEO and co-founder David Friend. “Our market research has indicated that they would choose
CloudFlare CloudFlare is a free, cloud-based service which boosts the performance of any website online. It does so by making the site efficient in using its limited, available resources and by taking preventive measures to counter a diverse range of potential, online threats that are detrimental to the smooth, optimum performance of the site. Besides being 100% free, the CloudFlare’s core service is very quick and efficient at supercharging the websites with a setup time of a mere five minutes. Let’s have a detailed look at what CloudFlare has to offer. [photomosaic -2] Improves Website Performance CloudFlare has a globally
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – June 13, 2011 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the findings of its 2011 Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey which examined how organizations plan to move business-critical initiatives to virtual and hybrid cloud computing environments. The survey highlighted topics including server, client, and storage virtualization, storage-as-a-service, and hybrid/private cloud technologies; and the results uncover disparities between expectations and reality as enterprises deploy these solutions. CEOs and CFOs are concerned with moving business-critical applications into virtual or cloud environments due to challenges including reliability, security, availability and performance. The survey is based on more