Showing posts from October 3, 2014

Integrated Infrastructure and Platforms: stakes, context and recommendations.

Enterprises, large or small are encouraged to snag of simplicity, end-to-end security and productivity. This keen approach is henceforth crucial when it comes to the end-to-end competitiveness. In this holistic quest the integrated infrastructure and platforms can help businesses to reduce infrastructure inefficiencies and IT maintenance costs. Integrated infrastructure and platforms can be defined as pre-integrated, vendor-certified systems containing server hardware, disk storage systems, networking equipment, and basic element/systems management software at the point of sale. 
According to IDC, integrated infrastructure and platforms market in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) recorded vendor revenue of $649 million in 2Q14, up 51% over the same period a year ago.
This means that organizations are starting to recognize the advantages of deploying integrated systems.

High performance computing (HPC): new trends, expectations and recommendations.

Indeed, we are still at the early stage, when it comes to High performance computing (HPC)'s adoption; but it is obvious that HPC contributes enormously to science, industrial competitiveness, national security, and the quality of human life.
In our mobile-driven world, which also means big data and customization, we need it to streamline our critical operations. We also need holistic plans and intuitive models to harness the effective power of HPC.
Organizations, public sector and companies need: a full study of returns on investments (ROI) in high performance computing (HPC); economic models for predicting ROI associated with HPC, that help them in real-time make future HPC funding and purchasing decisions., soon #Retinknow encourages regions who are putting in place aggressive plans to gain leadership in innovation and economic progress by more broadly applying HPC.

Enterprise mobility management (EMM):stakes, new trends, realities and recommendations.

If mobility means, performance and productivity, we are still at the early stage of the EMM software market. In the same time, it is also exciting to observe that, the Enterprise mobility management (EMM) market has evolved to include inter alia: endpoint management, policies management, identity, networks security, data protection and management, application security, and application life-cycle management.
This means that, needs have shifted from device management to a broader set of requirements around application security and data protection. Based on these realities,,  recalls that this is the perfect time for vendors to become aggressive.
The leading providers in the worldwide enterprise mobility management (EMM) software market include: BlackBerry, AirWatch, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM, MobileIron, and SAP, LANDESK, SOTI, Symantec, and Trend Micro.

The VMware vCloud® Air™ independent software vendors (ISVs) Partner Program: context, trends and opportunities.

In our ever changing business environment, it is always exciting and encouraging to observe that some people and companies work on productivity, interoperability, simplicity, flexibility, agility, security and scalability.
The VMware vCloud® Air™ independent software vendors (ISVs) Partner Program, has caught our attention, because it can offer technical assistance and guidance to help ISVs provide a flexible and scalable offering, enabling end users to realize operational and economic benefits of the hybrid cloud.
Members of the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program can collaborate with VMware to create and validate the interoperability of their products with VMware solutions. The vCloud Air ISV Partner Program also aims to help ISVs transition to software as a service (SaaS) models.
Independent software vendors (ISVs) move their applications to VMware vCloud® Air™, the platform for cloud services delivered by VMware.

Wireless Connectivity for Tesla Model S Cars in France.

Nowadays, when it comes to talk about sustainable transportation, we cannot skirt Tesla Motors, billed as the leader in premium electric cars. Its achievements are wonderful in our digital-driven world where, people need safer and cleaner cars, demand access to infotainment and navigation services and an excellent user experience., soon #Retinknnow salutes the new partnership between TeslaMotors, and Orange Business Services, (the enterprise division of global telecom operator Orange), to provide wireless connectivity to fleet of Tesla Model S vehicles in France. 
This means inter alia that , Tesla will be able to offer their French customers interactive navigation services, Internet radio and web browsing, as well as provide seamless remote diagnostics and over-the-air updates of M2M software, through Orange mobile network .

A fertility startup and a location-tracking device startup.

Henceforth via the explanation available here, you can deeply improve your knowledge, when it comes to technological startups and funding landscape, technological enterprises and innovators across the world.
Tile, (Launched in 2013, a location-tracking device startup), has raised $9.5 million in a Series A round led by GGV Capital with participation from Tandem Capital, Rothenberg Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Slow Ventures, and individuals including Nick Woodmanand Bob Lee., soon #Retinknow recalls that Tile is a small, square-shaped device that can be connected to anything to track its location via mobile app. Tile has sold about half a million devices to date and will use the new cash to keep up with demand and expand into new markets.
Glow, (Founded in May o2013, a fertility startup based in San Francisco), has raised $17 million in a Series B round led by Formation 8with participation from previous backers Founders Fund and Andreessen Horowitz. This startup uses…

Real-time analytics and a high degree of interactivity in our data-driven world.

Our digital-driven world is more and more spurred by the growing volume of unstructured and structured data from multiple sources.
This means, enterprises, organizations and public sector need to appropriate real-time ability to find and to harness answers to strategic business questions. This real-time ability offers a competitive and productive advantage when it comes to markets or development challenges.
In this context, Real-time analytics and a high degree of interactivity means: fast analysis without forklift upgrades; an enterprise business intelligence platform ; in-memory analytics software ; widest range of reporting and analytics capabilities and powerful analytics platforms dealing with significant data volumes and analytics needs.

mbed™ OS is an operating system for IoT devices: context, stakes and recommendations.

Despite lack of common standards, the growing hype, excitements, developments and communication around the Internet of Thing (IoT) are encouraging. A set of initiatives, projects and consortiums emerge, to make this emerging technology, a great source of innovations, productivity and performance. 
designed for ARM® Cortex®-M-based MCUs,mbed™ OS is an operating system for IoT devices which includes the connectivity, security and device management functionalities required in every IoT device. mbed OS also provides a C++ Application Framework and component architecture that is used to create device applications.