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Dell has announced new additions to its networking portfolio that it claimed would help customers enhance their networks to thrive in next-generation, software-defined 10G cloud and virtualized data centers.
Citrix has officially opened a new US$8.7-million corporate data center in Singapore, making it its second largest internal facility in the world for the virtualization and network company.
Parallels has announced a slew of new products aimed at making the delivery of cloud services to small and medium businesses a more seamless experience.
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Fortinet has announced the immediate availability of the FortiDDoS product family for enterprises, web-hosting and cloud service providers in Malaysia.
Avnet Technology Solutions, a global IT solutions distribution leader and operating group of Avnet Inc, has launched its VirtualPath practice in Malaysia.
CA Technologies has announced a competitive upgrade offer for data backup and recovery software – from now until March 31, 2013, eligible businesses which replace a competitor’s backup or disaster recovery software with CA ARCserve can purchase an unlimited-use Managed Capacity license for their business for the next three years.
Red Hat Inc has announced advancements in its delivery of open hybrid cloud solutions and technologies to enterprises, as well as new virtualization initiatives.
Enterprises that have begun to virtualize their IT infrastructure are on the right track in their journey towards cloud computing, but they should not think that they have successfully made the transition as virtualization is only the first step, say industry watchers.