Cloud Analytics on Google Cloud Platform with BigQuery and Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services

| January 12, 2019

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Data-driven digital transformation initiatives leverage analytics technologies, and the power of trusted and timely data to deliver new insights, innovation, and faster decision making. The result is greater business agility and an enhanced competitive edge. New cloud-based technologies for analytics make it economically possible to ask questions involving a wide variety of data sources in ways that were never before possible.

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Communications Supply Corporation (WESCO)

Founded in 1972, Communications Supply Corporation (CSC), a subsidiary of WESCO International Inc. (NYSE: WCC), distributes a full range of data communications and security products and services. CSC and WESCO form the largest data communications, security and electrical network in North America with 380 full-service branches and an international network designed to scale.

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Recent IDC Report Highlights VMware Cloud on Dell EMC For Edge Compute

Article | March 18, 2020

Many businesses are discovering the need to compute enable the edge of their network. Whether it be a chain of brick and mortar stores, satellite healthcare clinics, or factories in remote locations, deploying compute at the edge allows applications to run in close proximity to internet- connected end user devices or machinery and the date generated by these devices. This allows real-time application interaction with these devices that otherwise would not be possible if data and applications were centrally hosted. While edge computing can significantly improve such things as customer interaction and real-time manufacturing efficiencies, IT organizations are often challenged by the cost and logistics of maintaining and servicing these decentralized compute end points. VMware and Dell EMC offer a straight-forward, easy to scale solution which optimally solves these challenges.

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VMware embraces Kubernetes with vSphere 7

Article | March 18, 2020

VMware has added Kubernetes support to run containers and virtual machines simultaneously in the new vSphere release. The virtualization giant can now also offer a single management domain that covers containers and VMs in the hybrid cloud. vSphere 7, launched today, represents the first fruits of the company’s Project Pacific. Project Pacific is in turn a component of VMware parent Dell’s wider Tanzu initiative to enable its overall product set to build, run, manage, connect and protect containerised workloads alongside virtual machine workloads. (Read more about Tanzu deliverables, in a Dell blog.) Deepak Patil, SVP and GM for cloud platforms and solutions at Dell Technologies, provided a quote: “As organisations look to solve for managing their private clouds seamlessly with multiple public clouds, we’re now able to extend our capabilities to both VMs and containers with a single hybrid cloud platform.

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Official Opening of US Signal’s New Greater Detroit Data Center

Article | March 18, 2020

US Signal, a leading data center services provider, today announced that its new Greater Detroit data center in Van Buren Township, Michigan will officially open on March 1, 2020. US Signal has built the new data center to Tier 3 standards, based on unprecedented growth within the data center services market and following a series of significant client wins. The new facility will enable US Signal to keep pace with the large-scale adoption of cloud-first, hybrid and off-premises data center strategies all of which require colocation space. These strategies are critical to the survival of today’s organizations a fact born out of US Signal’s most recent IT Resiliency Survey.

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Virtualizing Broadband Networks: Q&A with Tom Cloonan and David Grubb

Article | March 18, 2020

The future of broadband networks is fast, pervasive, reliable, and increasingly, virtual. Dell’Oro predicts that virtual CMTS/CCAP revenue will grow from $90 million in 2019 to $418 million worldwide in 2024. While network virtualization is still in its earliest stages of deployment, many operators have begun building their strategy for virtualizing one or more components of their broadband networks.

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Communications Supply Corporation (WESCO)

Founded in 1972, Communications Supply Corporation (CSC), a subsidiary of WESCO International Inc. (NYSE: WCC), distributes a full range of data communications and security products and services. CSC and WESCO form the largest data communications, security and electrical network in North America with 380 full-service branches and an international network designed to scale.

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