It’s True, Cloud TV will most likely replace Local TV altogether ‘Internet TV’ and ‘3D TV’ were the most searched terms of the entertainment genre for year 2010. Service providing has reached new levels since the advent of cloud computing. Now, experience games, applications and much more over the internet regardless of the device you use. Let it be an iPad or a laptop or a low end personal computer, now all you require is a browser and an internet connection to get applications, games and TV on your computer. The concept of cloud TV is different from web television.
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
Cloud Gaming: An easier and effective method for gamers? Ever thought of playing Call of Duty 4 on your iPad? Seems exciting doesn’t it? Running Need for Speed shift on your low-end machine can be a stimulating thought for most gamers. With the revolution of cloud computing, where everything you need is hosted on the web, cloud gaming has the potential of taking the gaming world by storm. Cloud gaming is a variation of online gaming in which games are directly streamed onto a computer. The game itself resides on a server provider’s computer and a client helps the streaming
First public solution to demonstrate the benefits of deploying open source numerical computing in the cloud. San Jose, CA – December 7th, 2010 – Equalis, the innovative on-line destination for the mathematics community, today announced that it has launched Math in the Cloud, the first public solution to demonstrate the benefits of deploying numerical computing in the cloud. Through this free application, available at www.mathinthecloud.com, students, researchers, and professionals can take advantage of the power of Scilab, the world’s most popular open source numerical computation platform, without installing or maintaining any software or hardware. In order to deliver this cloud-based
Companies Introduce New Integrated Cloud Delivery Platform to Enable Automation of Large-Scale Cloud Computing Infrastructures SAN JOSE, Calif., and HOUSTON, Texas, Dec. 6, 2010 – Cisco and BMC Software today announced a strategic alliance to develop and market new solutions for large-scale multi-tenant cloud computing infrastructures. Under the alliance, the two companies are aligning product development roadmaps and technology architectures to offer worldwide customers a complete suite of solutions that simplify and automate the delivery of cloud services. As part of the alliance, Cisco and BMC announced the availability of a new cloud solution, the Integrated Cloud Delivery Platform, that
Revolutionizing mobile applications: Plugging into the Cloud It is often forgotten that not everyone owns a smart phone. As a result, not every mobile device is entitled to processing powers similar to those of the Snap Dragon processor. Majority of the people still use feature phones with low-end functionality and features. With limited battery life, storage space And Processing power of these devices, mobile cloud computing comes into the picture to save the day! An infrastructure that offers data storage and data processing at a remote location can be very beneficial for all mobile devices since feature mobile devices with