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Video: AT&T Synaptic Compute As a Service

AT&T’s Steve Caniano provides an overview of Synaptic Compute as a Service, discussing the network scenarios for private clouds, which AT&T believes will play to its strengths as a cloud partner for the enterprise. Read More

Video: AT&T Synaptic Compute As a Service

AT&T’s Steve Caniano provides an overview of Synaptic Compute as a Service, discussing the network scenarios for private clouds, which AT&T believes will play to its strengths as a cloud partner for the enterprise. Read More

AT&T Cloud Adds Compute As a Service

AT&T is announcing Synaptic Compute As a Service, which offers processing power that can be used for “cloudbursting” of in-house apps or as a testing and development platform. The service can run as a public cloud, or as a private cloud on AT&T’s infrastructure, connected to a customer data center by AT&T’s network.
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AT&T Cloud Adds Compute As a Service

AT&T is announcing Synaptic Compute As a Service, which offers processing power that can be used for “cloudbursting” of in-house apps or as a testing and development platform. The service can run as a public cloud, or as a private cloud on AT&T’s infrastructure, connected to a customer data center by AT&T’s network. Read More

Surge in Federal Cloud Revenue for Terremark

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Terremark Worldwide (TMRK) said yesterday that its revenue from cloud computing had surged during the third year to an annual rate of $13.2 million, with the majority of that growth coming from the federal government. Read More

Inside A Cloud Computing Data Center

The interior of a 40-foot container inside the new Microsoft Chicago data center, packed with servers on either side of a center aisle (click to see a larger version of this image).

Many data center operators don’t let folks tour their facilities. Not to worry. Data Center Knowledge has put together virtual tours using photos and videos to bring you inside some of the world’s largest cloud computing data centers. Read More

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