Cloud-native technology firm Solo.io, a company delivering technologies including microservices, serverless and service mesh, has been named one of the hottest startups of 2019 by CRN. In December 2018, HostingJournalist.com already wrote about Solo.io securing $11 million in Series A funding led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from seed investor True Ventures.
GTT has announced its acquisition of KPN International for approximately €50 million in cash. Part of listed telecommunications company KPN, their business unit KPN International operates a global IP network for enterprise and carrier customers.
Atos, with over 110,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of over € 11 billion, has strengthened its strategic partnership with Google Cloud with two regional extensions of existing Google Cloud data centers in Frankfurt and Ashburn VA, to support Oracle database customers.
The cloud gaming market is predicted to hike from over $1 billion in 2018 to $8 billion by 2025, according to a 2019 Global Market Insights report. Cloud gaming would provide an inexpensive alternative for gamers to explore numerous games simultaneously, driving the cloud gaming market growth.
Global server, data center and cloud computing solutions provider, Inspur, has announced the upcoming availability of a Virtual Central Office (VCO) 3.0 lab in Shanghai, with partners including Accton, Kaloom, Red Hat and Linux Foundation.
MediPortal has selected Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform to orchestrate private connectivity between its customers’ medical sites, patients, and payors.
VMware has acquired Avi Networks. Avi Networks would further enable VMware to bring the public cloud experience to the entire data center – “automated, highly scalable, and intrinsically more secure” with the ability to deploy applications with a single click.
80% of Russian companies’ managers plan to increase their investment in digital transformation in 2019, according to a new study conducted by consulting company DT-Global Business Consulting on behalf of Linxdatacenter.
Ubersmith, an INAP (NASDAQ: INAP) company and a global provider of subscription business management software for the cloud, has released a new 4.4 version of its product - enabling customers to optimize their business operations with a QuickBooks Online integration and a recurring revenue report that would help provide greater understanding of revenue streams.
Huawei has opened its 5G OpenLab in Seoul. Through the OpenLab, Huawei aims to drive 5G and ICT development in South Korea, and provide 5G testing environments and interoperability services for SMEs and startups.
NTT Communications has signed a global alliance partnership agreement with Zscaler (NASDAQ:ZS) - to deliver cloud-based Internet and web security that scales to all users, regardless of location.
Hosting billing and automation platform HostBill has released an integration with Resello - an automation platform for cloud distribution with thousands of reseller partners across Europe and beyond accelerating digital transformation for end-clients.
AWS has announced the general availability of Amazon MSK, a fully managed service for Apache Kafka. The solution would make it easy for developers to build and run “highly available, secured, and scalable” applications based on Apache Kafka without having to worry about managing the underlying infrastructure.
NVIDIA has announced NVIDIA EGX, an accelerated computing platform that would enable companies to perform low-latency AI (artificial intelligence) at the edge - to perceive, understand and act in real time on continuous streaming data between 5G base stations, warehouses, retail stores, factories and beyond.