HP and McCartney’s company, MPL, to revolutionize the fan experience PALO ALTO, Calif., and LONDON, Sept. 22, 2010 HP and McCartney Productions Limited (MPL) today announced an agreement to digitize and deliver the library of legendary musician Paul McCartney via a private cloud. McCartney has one of the most comprehensive libraries of any artist, much of which has never been viewed before. His library includes images, artwork, paintings, film and videos, as well as masters of some of the most popular songs ever written. Additionally, during his successful career, he has accumulated iconic imagery, including the cover artwork for the
Oracle Reveals New Exalogic Elastic Cloud SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones) — Oracle Corp. (ORCL) Chief Executive Larry Ellison kicked off his keynote address at Oracle’s annual customer conference on Sunday with comments on cloud computing and Salesforce.com Inc. (CRM), rather than focusing on Oracle’s strained partnership with partner Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ). “Cloud stands in stark contrast to Salesforce.com,” Ellison said, calling out several ways in which he thinks Saleforce is not an example of cloud computing. Cloud computing, he added, “is a platform upon which you build applications. It includes hardware and software.” The comments were a build-up to his
Google TV Coming To A Living Room Near You – Next Month… The New Cloud Computing Entertainment Center There has been a lot of speculation as to when Google TV will make its debut. It appears that it will be available at some point in October. More specifically Oct 17th, 2010 based on this leaked document found over at Engadget. The new Google TV platform will be available as a set-top box and will be shipping later this month for a cost of roughly $299. Best Buy will be one of the major retail chains stocking the new Google TV
Cloud Gaming is going to be one of the more interesting areas of cloud computing to watch over the next few years. There is a lot at stake and companies are simply trying to figure how to position themselves. There is no doubt cloud computing will be hugely beneficial to the public gaming industry. We have 3 such cloud gaming companies that have entered into this arena. Let the gaming begin! OnLive OnLive seems to be generating the most interest of the 3. They have a good number of backers and appear to be in a very good position to
Cloud Computing is Changing the Way Business is Done Not too long ago hardly any one was using Google Apps for accessing and updating their documents, now it appears almost everyone uses Google docs when connected to the Internet instead of The Microsoft Office tools. Similarly some 2-3 years ago there were just a few top notch video games available on the Internet, but now users can play games without installing the software on their PC. It’s real, Cloud Gaming is on the move! In the near future almost everyone will be using online applications for their office and business
Cloud Computing And The Gaming Industry Cloud computing has a huge role to play in the video game industry in the near future. Applying cloud computing to video games is good not only for consumers, but for companies as well. This latest technique has solved many problems of the video game industry and has shown new horizons. Following are some problems which video games selling companies have been facing for years. Piracy There is a lot of piracy in video games. And in fact, many parts of the world with pirated games produce more business than the original games itself.