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The Surat-based company has implemented 15 IBMS projects in the last two years and currently has four projects under implementation and five under discussion The company plans to increase the current 50 Warlords sub-distributors to 75 and the number of AMD stores from 19 to 45 by 2013-end The launch of HP's Android tablet looked like it had been delayed, but HP says it was all a mistake The business model wherein organizations act as vendor-neutral third-party cloud services brokerages is gaining momentum, according to a recent report by Jamcracker From full-sized, feature-rich tablets to smaller but powerful minis, here are the tablets that stole the limelight at the Mobile World Congress <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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Paris June 29, 2010 – Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) today announced that it has acquired ProgrammableWeb, the technology industry’s universal source for Web APIs (application programming interfaces) used by application developers to build web, mobile, and other connected applications that serve consumers and the workplace. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Web APIs enable developers to create new applications leveraging various kinds of content and functionality. Alcatel-Lucent’s acquisition of ProgrammableWeb will help bring together an ecosystem of service providers, enterprises, and developers to drive the creation of unique applications today and in the new world of broadband mobile through LTE.
Nimbula emerged from stealth today, and as you might expect with co-founders who developed the Amazon EC2 cloud service, it's poised to be a pretty dig deal. The new project of Chris Pinkham and Willem van Billjon, Nimbula merges the technology of the public cloud - with all its efficiency and scalability - with the security and control of the private data center. And with such luminaries on board, it's no surprise that the startup seems to be tackling some of the key challenges associated with enterprise cloud adoption: questions of private versus public clouds, security, and interoperability. Challenging the Public/Private Cloud Dichotomy Recognizing the necessity for both public and private clouds, Nimbula seeks to make the two coexist more easily and hopes to disrupt the perceived dichotomy between the spheres.
HDBaseT Alliance Announces Incorporation, Finalized Specification HDBaseT™ technology enhances whole-home distribution of uncompressed HD multimedia content, converging full uncompressed HD video, audio, 100BaseT Ethernet, power over cable and various control signals through a single 100m/328ft CAT5e/6 LAN cable BEAVERTON, ORE. – June 29, 2010 – HDBaseT Alliance, the cross-industry alliance formed to promote and standardize the HDBaseT™ technology for whole-home distribution of uncompressed high definition (HD) multimedia content, announced today its formal incorporation. The Alliance is founded by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Valens Semiconductor, all of which comprise the HDBaseT Alliance's Board of Directors. The Alliance also announced the finalization of the HDBaseT 1.0 base specification.
According to a study commissioned by datacenter solution provider Brocade , 60% of European enterprises polled plan to at least start planning migration to cloud clouding within the next two years. The vast majority of respondents plan on deploying private clouds, due primarily to security concerns, instead of hosted solutions. The study also found that only 42% of SMBs were planning on moving to the cloud in the next two years, but most of those companies are considering hosted options. Respondents' biggest motivation for moving to the cloud is reducing costs, followed by improving business efficiency and enhancing business agility. According to Microscope , analyst firm IDC forecasts cloud services will grow from its current worth of £10.7 billion ($16.2 billion) to £27 billion ($41 billion) by 2013.