Nexon Computer Museum to Hold the Fourth VR Open Call

Nonpareil | June 10, 2019

Nexon Computer Museum (NCM) of NXC is holding the fourth virtual reality content contest 2019 NCM OPEN CALL X REALITY with total prize money of KRW 13 million. Application received from July 1st to August 31st, winners announced on October 25th. (Graphic: Business Wire) NCM OPEN CALL is an exhibit to discover and support virtual reality content creators. This year’s keyword ‘X REALITY’ encompasses all kinds of virtualization including VR, AR, MR, and more. It also implies eXtended Reality, which broadens the perspectives of reality, and Cross Reality, which overlaps the real and virtual world. The unpredictable X signifies NCM OPEN CALL’s pursuit towards embracing various kinds of innovative and challenging interpretations of virtualization.

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Claro Enterprise Solutions, LLC Adds VMware SASE to its Managed Service Portfolio

Claro Enterprise Solutions | July 04, 2022

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Liqid Welcomes VMware Cloud CTO to its Board of Directors

Liqid | June 03, 2022

LIQID Inc., one of the world’s leading software companies delivering data center composability, announced today that the company has welcomed VMware Cloud CTO Marc Fleischmann as a member of the company’s Board of Directors. With a technology career spanning IT infrastructure, cloud and data services, machine learning and analytics, and global IT business services, Fleischmann will collaborate with the Liqid Board and the company’s leadership team to identify new opportunities to expand Liqid Matrix™ composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) software into new world-class solutions and services for Liqid’s customers and partners. “Marc’s expertise will be invaluable as Liqid continues to expand our footprint from edge to cloud and everywhere in between, and we are excited to welcome Marc to the Liqid board, As a technology leader at VMware, Marc intimately understands the challenges IT is facing and how new solutions like CDI are being incorporated into the data center in tandem with virtualization, artificial intelligence (AI), and other high-value applications. We look forward to working with him as CDI becomes central to evolving data center architectures.” Sumit Puri, CEO & Cofounder, Liqid At VMware, Fleischmann is the CTO for business franchises within the organization such as VMware Managed Cloud (VMC - on AWS, Azure, and GCP), the VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP, a $10B ecosystem), Cloud Foundation (VCF) private clouds, HCI, vSphere, and vSAN. Before joining VMware as Cloud CTO, Fleischman was founder and CEO for storage software company Datera, and social gaming company Smeet. Fleischmann is also a founder of Europe's largest open-source ecosystem hub, the Open Source Business Alliance, which has more than 150 active members across the continent. He has also held leadership positions at Innotek, Microsoft, Pixelworks, Transmeta, and HPE. “As AI is infused into every element of the enterprise, organizations need innovative new ways to approach infrastructure that are more dynamic and flexible, while also making responsible choices when weaving together solutions for sustainable data center ecosystems that can answer the proliferation of data,” Fleischmann said. “I look forward to working with the Liqid team to identify growth opportunities for their composable disaggregated infrastructure solutions, forge powerful industry alliances, and better understand how CDI thrives in an edge-to-cloud world.” Liqid Matrix software enables IT users to configure and scale bare-metal servers in seconds from pools of disaggregated compute, accelerator, storage, and networking resource pools to address business needs in real-time. Resources can be released when no longer needed, for use by other applications. This new approach to infrastructure management helps avoid the costly overprovisioning, power and cooling challenges, unlocking new levels of efficiency and sustainability. To learn more about how Liqid Matrix software solutions seamlessly integrate with VMware virtualization technologies, read this solutions brief. Schedule an appointment with an expert on solutions based on Liqid Matrix CDI software-based and set up a free infrastructure evaluation by going here. Follow Liqid on Twitter and LinkedIn to stay up to date with the latest Liqid news and industry insights. About Liqid Liqid’s composable infrastructure software platform, Liqid Matrix ™, unlocks cloud-like speed and flexibility plus higher efficiency from on-prem infrastructure. Now IT professionals can configure, deploy, and scale physical, bare-metal servers in seconds, then reallocate valuable accelerator and storage resources via software as needs evolve. Dynamically provision previously impossible systems or scale existing investments, and then redeploy resources where needed in real-time. Unlock cloud-like datacenter agility at any scale and experience new levels of resource and operational efficiency with Liqid.

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Broadcom in Talks to Acquire Cloud Company VMware

VMware | May 23, 2022

Broadcom Inc. is in talks to acquire VMware Inc., the cloud-computing company backed by billionaire Michael Dell, according to people familiar with the matter, setting up a blockbuster tech deal that would vault the chipmaker into a highly specialized area of software. The discussions are ongoing and there’s no guarantee they will lead to a purchase, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter isn’t public. VMware currently has a market valuation of about $40 billion. Assuming a typical premium, the potential deal price would be higher, though the terms under consideration couldn’t be learned. Shares in VMware rose 15% in premarket trading on Monday, which would give the company a market value of about $46 billion. Broadcom, which has a valuation of about $222 billion, fell 2.4%. The transaction would extend a run of acquisitions for Broadcom Chief Executive Officer Hock Tan, who has built one of the largest and most diversified companies in the chip industry. Software has been a key focus in recent years, with Broadcom buying CA Technologies in 2018 and Symantec Corp.’s enterprise security business in 2019. A representative for VMware declined to comment. A representative for Broadcom wasn’t available for comment. “Investors have been increasingly focused on Broadcom’s appetite for another strategic or platform enterprise software acquisition—especially given the recent compression in software valuation, “ Wells Fargo analysts wrote after Bloomberg News’s report. “An acquisition of VMware would be considered as making strategic sense; consistent with Broadcom’s focus on building out a deepening enterprise infrastructure software strategy.” Broadcom makes a wide range of electronics, with its products going into everything from the iPhone to industrial equipment. But data centers have become a critical source of growth, and bulking up on software gives the company more ways to target that market. Broadcom was previously in talks to acquire SAS Institute Inc., a closely held software company valued at $15 billion to $20 billion. But those discussions ended last year without a deal.

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IPVanish Announces Commitment to Privacy Amidst Indian Data Legislation

IPVanish | June 20, 2022

IPVanish, a no-log VPN provider, has released its formal response to impending internet surveillance and data retention legislation in India. In a blog post published on June 7, IPVanish stated that they will not compromise on their no-logs policy despite this new directive demanding logs from VPN providers. According to this new legislation, VPN providers would be required to collect certain customer data and may need to provide that information to Indian authorities. While the directive is not set to go into effect until later this month, IPVanish remains firm in its stance on protecting its customers’ privacy and will continue operating its Indian servers for the time being. Should the directive be enforced, IPVanish has stated that they will continue to prioritize their consumers' privacy and will take any required action, including shutting down physical servers in India to comply with the Indian government's directive. “Privacy will never be something we sacrifice, While we will remain watchful of this impending legislation in India, IPVanish is standing firmly by our zero traffic logs policy, and is prepared to take proper action should the law go into effect.” Subbu Sthanu, VP of Strategy & Product Management at IPVanish In April, IPVanish had its technology and no-log VPN privacy practices audited and certified by a respected independent third-party cybersecurity consulting firm. The IPVanish VPN service delivers: Secure access to the fastest VPN in the world End-to-end network encryption and data protection User-friendly apps for macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire TV A verified no-logs policy 24/7 customer support About IPVanish: IPVanish is a worldwide online privacy and freedom advocate. Providing secure access to shared IPs and servers in 75+ locations, IPVanish consistently tests as the fastest VPN service globally, while maintaining industry-best security, reliability, and privacy protection standards.

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