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Array Networks Introduces Next-Generation Application Delivery Controllers

March 7, 2011 by · Comments Off on Array Networks Introduces Next-Generation Application Delivery Controllers 

Hosting ToolboxMILPITAS, CA — Array Networks Inc., a global leader in optimized application access, security and delivery, today announced the immediate availability of its next-generation APV Series application delivery controllers that offer 50-300% better performance than similarly configured and comparably priced alternatives from its closest competitor. Consisting of eight new purpose-built appliances, the Array APV Series offers an unbeatable combination of features, price and performance for enterprise and mid-market businesses.

APV2600 and APV5600 appliances provide 100-300% better performance than similarly configured and comparably priced alternatives. With throughput in the range of 4 to 10 Gbps and supporting between 4 and 8M concurrent connections, mid-range APV Series appliances integrate high-end capabilities including SSL acceleration, TCP multiplexing, dynamic caching, selective compression and high-speed HTTP processing to raise the bar for mid-line, enterprise-class application delivery. Read more

NYI Announces IPv6 Support

February 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on NYI Announces IPv6 Support 

Hosting BlogNEW YORK, NY — NYI, a New York City-based, mission-critical data services provider, today announced an aggressive program to raise awareness of IPv6, the new network address protocol that succeeds Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), an outmoded technology in use since 1981 whose supply of addresses is reaching critical levels. NYI’s efforts will include an aggressive rollout of the new protocol as well as participation, along with Google and other tech titans, in World IPv6 Day on June 8, 2011.

According to a recent interview in TechNewsWorld.com with ICSA Labs’ Guy Snyder, there are currently only five percent of IPv4 addresses left, with the supply expected to be exhausted in the next 10 to 12 months. Thankfully, with the stance of NYI and other like minds in both the mission-critical data services industry and government, the situation represents an opportunity, rather than a cause for alarm. Read more

Critical Facilities Roundtable to Sponsor Three Discussions at Upcoming Technology Convergence Conference

February 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on Critical Facilities Roundtable to Sponsor Three Discussions at Upcoming Technology Convergence Conference 

Hosting BlogFremont, CA – TELADATA, a leading consulting firm specializing in IT infrastructure design, planning and project management, today announced that its 2011 Technology Convergence Conference will feature three discussions sponsored by the Critical Facilities Roundtable (CFRT).

Bill Dunckel, Senior Project Manager at PG&E, will lead a session titled Forsythe Data Center Environmental Monitoring and PUE Measurement Challenges.  The session will feature a tutorial on the fundamentals of Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and the measurement of PUE in real-time using environmental-monitoring software.  During the session, Bill will be joined by Phil Reese, Faculty and Research Manager at Stanford University, who will discuss the real-time PUE monitoring software that was installed at Stanford.     Read more

Intermedia Launches Single User Exchange and Wireless Synchronization

March 25, 2009 by · Comments Off on Intermedia Launches Single User Exchange and Wireless Synchronization 

Webmaster NewsNEW YORK – Intermedia, the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider specializing in messaging and collaboration solutions, today announced a new set of Exchange Hosting plans designed specifically for entrepreneurial ventures. The plans combine a single Microsoft Exchange/Outlook mailbox with wireless synchronization for a BlackBerry® smartphone, Apple iPhone or Windows Mobile device.

Within the current economic downturn, Intermedia has seen a growing number of experienced professionals leaving their former careers to leverage their skills in new consultancy practices or other entrepreneurial ventures. After relying heavily on the collaborative and wireless functionality of Microsoft Exchange in previous jobs, these new entrepreneurs want the same for their new businesses. Intermedia’s new plans cater exclusively to this need and in turn help these new businesses thrive. Read more

Quova’s Geolocation Data Improves Web Banner CTR

March 24, 2009 by · Comments Off on Quova’s Geolocation Data Improves Web Banner CTR 

Webmaster NewsLondon, UK – Quova, Inc., the leading provider of Internet geolocation data services, today announced that Continental Airlines (NYSE: CAL), is using Quova’s IP geolocation data to localise Web content and promotions and streamline its online sales process. Knowing the geographic location that Web visitors are logging in from has enabled Continental to more efficiently connect new and existing customers in 56 countries to relevant deals and discounts. In the six months that Continental has been working with Quova, it has improved click-through rates of homepage banners by as much as 200 percent.

The world’s fifth largest airline, Continental Airlines operates more than 2,800 daily departures, serving 135 domestic and 132 international destinations across 56 different countries. Continental carries approximately 67 million people annually. With its international customer base growing rapidly, Continental has undertaken a company-wide initiative to improve performance of its Web properties in each of the 56 countries and territories where it operates. Deploying geolocation data to localise their Web site’s ads, promotions and content was a major focal point of the initiative, as it has the potential to shorten sales cycles and improve overall customer experience. Read more

Enterprise Solutions for Entrepreneurs by AIT and tyBit

March 18, 2009 by · Comments Off on Enterprise Solutions for Entrepreneurs by AIT and tyBit 

Tybit 190x60 LogoWebmaster News – Fayetteville, NC – Every 11 seconds someone starts a new business in their home or apartment. The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics recently announced there are almost 21 million small businesses owner’s operating out of their home. Many of these owners started their company with an investment of less than 5,000 yet have gross revenues between $100,000 and $500,000 annually.

Clarence Briggs, a US Army veteran, and CEO of AIT Inc. literally created his firm in the spare bedroom of his home. AIT Inc. has survived and thrived in spite of the bursting “dot.com” bubble and that subsequent fall out of the 2001 recession and now the current recession. AIT has worked hard to achieve 13 years of profitability while developing numerous Web based products and delivering services to help entrepreneurs start their own home based business. Read more

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