The Mobile Revolution A tidal wave of change is coming to the semiconductor industry and it is being driven by cloud computing, video and 4G, writes Ted Tewksbury president and CEO of Integrated Device Technology. The great thing about the semiconductor industry is that it completely disrupts itself every several years. Waves of change roll in and level the playing field. Today’s incumbents can disappear just as quickly as the dinosaurs, and technology transitions provide entry points for newcomers. Long term, the companies that win will be those that embrace and adapt to change. The best way to predict the
Datapipe Outlines Key Cloud Computing Trends for 2011 Datapipe, a global leader of managed services and infrastructure for IT and cloud computing, today outlined three key cloud computing trends for 2011. The company sees major trends for the coming year including the increased adoption to cloud computing by large enterprise organizations, increased market demand and delivery of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for guaranteed performance and reliability, and improved automation and governance that moves cloud computing beyond raw infrastructure to solve specific business domain challenges. “What was once considered an unknown technology surrounded by lots of hype is now revolutionizing IT,”
New Services Expand Cloud Portfolio While Enterprises Look to Orange for Cloud Benefits PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Orange Business Services is successfully delivering on its promise and creating notable momentum in the cloud computing market. At a global press event in Paris on Dec. 7, Orange Business Services confirmed its cloud computing ambition and strategy as part of its conquests 2015 program while highlighting some key successes in 2010 and previewing its cloud computing plans for the coming year. Cloud computing is one of the key growth drivers defined by Orange Business Services in line with its five-year plan and the company aims
Install WordPress onto Rackspace Cloud Sites in less than 5 minutes. WordPress is the most popular CMS system in the world due to rich features, plug-in selection and unlimited customization. It also works very well in conjunction with RackSpace Cloud Sites. Here is a very quick and easy installation tutorial showing you the steps in order to setup WordPress into RackSpace Cloud Sites. One Important Note: Make sure that your wp-config.php file in your WordPress Folder is configured to point to your database.
Recent Developments in Private Clouds. While most of the initial interest in cloud computing focused on companies that offered their cloud services for businesses to use as they need, there has recently been a shift towards so-called private clouds. These private clouds leverage an existing data centre infrastructure to provide scalable infrastructure throughout the business, at the times it is needed. Nimbula is the latest company to release their software to the public, currently in the form of an open public beta trial. Their newly launched propriety cloud operating system, Nimbula Director, aims to mimic the Amazon EC2 public infrastructure
Amazon Route 53 Amazon AWS NEWS Dec 6th, 2010 We’re excited to introduce today a highly available and scalable Domain Name System (DNS) service – Amazon Route 53. It is designed to give developers and businesses a reliable and cost effective way to route end users to Internet applications by translating human readable names like www.example.com into the numeric IP addresses like 192.0.2.1 that computers use to connect to each other. Route 53 effectively connects user requests to infrastructure running in Amazon Web Services (AWS) — such as an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance, an Amazon Elastic Load
Amazon Cloud Host stops hosting WikiLeaks site (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc has stopped hosting WikiLeaks’ website, which posted thousands of classified U.S. government documents this week, U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Joe Lieberman said on Wednesday. The move comes after Lieberman’s staff made inquiries to Amazon on Tuesday as reports surfaced that WikiLeaks had asked Amazon to host its website on the Amazon servers after hackers targeted the WikiLeaks site. A representative for Amazon was not immediately available for comment.