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Two More Stealthy Solid-State Storage Startups
Commentary  |  3/1/2012  | 
My last post discussed, or at least mentioned, all the startups, and re-startups, building storage systems designed around flash memory that have made public announcements. Most startups spend the time they're developing Version 1.0 of their products in stealth mode so they can pop up fully formed like Athena from the skull of Zeus. We at DeepStorage have developed our own startup detection system that ferrets out those flying under the radar. In this column we'll look at a pair of stealth start
Smart Taps Define Future of Network Intelligence
News  |  3/1/2012  | 
Observing, analyzing and protecting data traversing private, hybrid and public clouds has become one of the biggest challenges for IT administrators today. Can smart tap technology provide the critical answers everyone is looking for?
Akamai, Riverbed Shrink SaaS App Latency
News  |  3/1/2012  | 
One of the dirty little secrets of software as a service (SaaS) is how long it takes to get the service. A request for access to a SaaS application travels from the client device, across the corporate WAN, across the public Internet to the SaaS provider's data center where the app is hosted--and back--so a lot of time is spent making the connection, not to mention the hundreds or thousands of round trips made in just one session in which the app is being used. Application delivery platform provi
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