Global cloud hosting provider Rackspace has been awarded a contract by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) to provide multicloud solutions to support the state’s overall IT modernization effort.
DigitalOcean, a global cloud infrastructure provider headquartered in New York City with data centers located worldwide, has raised $50 million in new funding from its existing investors.
Global Network as a Service (NaaS) provider Megaport has deployed its elastic cloud connectivity fabric at the EdgeConneX data center in Warsaw, Poland.
RStor, a Cisco-backed provider of cloud services across any multicloud environment, has opened a new sales office in Tokyo, Japan, and has appointed veteran technology executive Stuart Folo as vice president of Asia Pacific.
The coronavirus pandemic and effects of the global economic recession are causing CIOs to prioritize spending on technology and services that are deemed “mission-critical” over initiatives aimed at growth or transformation, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.
Global cloud hosting provider Rackspace has planned to strengthen its position in the Asia Pacific region by opening a new office opening in Auckland, New Zealand. The company has also announced an increased investment across the Netherlands and Nordics region.
AMD and Oxide Games have announced a multi-year partnership to co-develop graphics technologies for the growing cloud gaming market. The companies plan to create a robust set of tools and technologies for cloud rendering designed from the ground up to embrace the real-time demands of cloud-based gaming.
Atos North America has been awarded a multi-year cloud services contract with the State of Texas’ Department of Information Resources (DIR). Atos will deliver “next generation” private cloud transformation and artificial intelligence (AI) as well as machine learning capabilities.
UKCloud has announced further investment in its partnership with VMware through the achievement of VMware Cloud Verified status and the launch of various VMware-based capabilities.
To meet rapidly increasing demand for its services, including a sudden spike to 300 million daily meeting participants, Zoom Video Communications needed additional cloud capacity immediately. Zoom is turning to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support its growth and evolving business needs.
Datadog (Nasdaq: DDOG) has announced the general availability of Security Monitoring. This new product would break down silos between security, developers, and operations teams.