CloudJumper, a provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Workspace as a Service (WaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions, expects accelerated growth throughout Canada by partnering with IT solution provider TNG.
Mphasis Stelligent, a technology services company specializing in DevOps automation on Amazon Web Services (AWS cloud), has announced that all its 60+ employees in the company have achieved certification on the AWS cloud platform.
LayerStack, a cloud solutions provider headquartered in Hong Kong, with multiple data centers in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan, has launched a data center in Los Angeles (LA-01). LA-01 marks LayerStack’s first facility in the United States.
A little more than three months ago, Cloudera and Hortonworks announced that they had an agreement under which the companies will combine in an all-stock merger of equals. Now the merger has been completed.
The global cloud gaming market was valued at approximately $802 million in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $6,944 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of around 27.2% between 2018 and 2026, according to a new report published by Zion Market Research.
ThreatX has hired cybersecurity industry veterans David Roshak and Mike Reagan as CFO and COO respectively. Bringing Mr. Roshak and Mr. Reagan on board would allow ThreatX to strengthen its executive team and tap their wealth of industry knowledge to accelerate ThreatX’s growth and WAF market leadership.
Avanan, a security solution provider for SaaS-based email and collaboration platforms, has raised $25 million in Series B funding from existing investors StageOne Ventures, Magma Venture Partners and Greenfield Partners (a TPG Growth investment platform).
Powered by the Microsoft Cloud, Hitachi Solutions America has introduced version 2.0 of their IoT Service Hub. The latest release includes new efficiencies that would strengthen the turnkey IoT platform’s real-time monitoring, rules-based analytics, and autonomous decision-making capabilities.
ParkMyCloud has announced availability of its cloud spend solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. The company partnered with Tackle.io to get their listing up and running in less than 4 weeks.
Packet has partnered with intelligent networking solutions company Netronome to launch a new hardware platform that “efficiently” powers cloud-native workloads at the edge. The joint design, which will be deployed throughout all of Packet’s cloud and edge sites, would combine the latest in disaggregated computing architecture in a “cost-effective” bare metal form factor.
Virtustream has announced a major upgrade to its Virtustream Enterprise Cloud. This includes significant cloud automation and security enhancements, which would enable enterprises the ability to automate key tasks while maintaining security levels – a multi-part process that previously required manual oversight.
Supermicro in joined cooperation with Intel has established a Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) at its European headquarters in The Netherlands. The CCoE houses several racks of “state-of-the-art” server and storage solutions combining Supermicro's system architectures with Intel's latest technologies.
Global cloud infrastructure spending for the largest five industry groups is expected to show accelerated growth in 2019, relative to 2018, according to IDC’s latest release of their Worldwide Semiannual Industry Cloud Tracker. Three of the five industry segments are growing above the market average of 21.5%.
Slice has extended the availability of its cloud services platform from the US and Canada to the UK and EU. The company’s geographic expansion follows a $20 million Extended Series A funding.