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.
WorldStream, a fast-growing IaaS hosting provider with more than 15,000 dedicated servers installed in their two company-owned data centers in the Netherlands, has expanded its Research & Development department from 3 to 10 employees in just a few months time.
CloudRadial has announced the new ability to report on Auvik devices and networks directly to MSP clients, bridging the gap between network management and client reporting.
A little more than a week after cPanel unleashed their biggest price increase ever, the company has already announced a revised version of its new licensing model. In their latest corporate blog post, cPanel even says sorry to the global web hosting community after receiving feedback from many partners around the world in the days following the initial announcement.
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In the joint global fight against cybercrime, Kaspersky and INTERPOL have extended their collaboration by signing a new five-year cooperation agreement. The two organisations started their joined efforts on fighting cybercrime in 2014.
Avast, global provider of cybersecurity solutions with over 400 million users online, has appointed Michal Pěchouček to the position of CTO, effective September 1, 2019. Michal joins from the highly regarded Czech Technical University in Prague.
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.
3W Infra, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider from Amsterdam with an international client-base and more than 4,000 dedicated servers under management, has announced the launch of its AMD EPYC processor dedicated server packages, based on the latest server technology.
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.
Designer/manufacturer of rugged computer and electronic hardware, Crystal Group, has announced a significant milestone of having delivered 15,000 rugged servers to the U.S. Navy since 2008.
NTT Communications has announced the completion of phase 1 of its 4th data center in Frankfurt through e-shelter, a subsidiary of NTT Com and one of the leading data center providers in Europe. Frankfurt 4 is the 12th operational data center location in the e-shelter portfolio.
The enterprise SaaS market generated well over $23 billion of revenue for software vendors in Q1 2019 and will hit a $100 billion annual run rate in the current quarter, according to new market research by Synergy Research. The SaaS market continues to grow at almost 30% per year.
Cyber Security Cloud, a web application security company from Japan ranking 10th on Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50 list, has started its global operations by establishing its first local subsidiary in Seattle, Washington, United States.