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  • Juniper SDN veteran lands at Brocade

    Brocade has named former Cisco and Juniper engineer Benson Schliesser as distinguished engineer, responsible for helping shape the company's network virtualization strategy.

    Written by Jim Duffy10 Jan. 14 16:28
  • Cloud consolidation: CenturyLink buys nifty little IaaS provider Tier 3

    Telecommunications giant CenturyLink has made another acquisition in the cloud computing market, this time of innovative public IaaS provider Tier 3. It adds to the company's arsenal of cloud computing offerings and shows the dynamic nature of companies jostling for position in the market.

    Written by Brandon Butler19 Nov. 13 18:08
  • Rackspace beefs up cloud networking features with Brocade's Vyatta technology

    Public cloud and managed hosting provider Rackspace has rolled technology from Vyatta into its services, allowing customers to set granulated network segmentation policies that dictate which users and what type of traffic have access to which hosted resources.

    Written by Brandon Butler30 May 13 14:18
  • The Cloud goes global

    As competition in the Cloud computing market intensifies, some of the biggest players are looking beyond their domestic borders to gain an international advantage.

    Written by Brandon Butler29 May 13 20:12
  • CenturyLink to buy Savvis for $2.5B

    CenturyLink has agreed to buy hosting company Savvis for about US$2.5 billion in cash and shares, the companies announced Wednesday.

    Written by Peter Sayer27 April 11 23:03
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  • Clouds gathering

    What a difference a year makes. Twelve months ago it was almost impossible to find Australian organisations that had embraced cloud computing. Now pretty much everyone is planning, piloting or executing some form of migration to the cloud. If there was ever doubt that cloud was little more than hype, it was eradicated in April 2010 by Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) group executive for enterprise services and chief information officer, Michael Harte. In a speech to Committee for Economic Development in Australia, Harte declared that never again did he wish to be locked into using proprietary hardware or software and cloud computing was his escape route.

    Written by Brad Howarth19 Aug. 10 10:22
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