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Riverbed Launches Steelhead Appliance for the Data Center

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Riverbed launches a new Steelhead DX Edition 8000 appliance for wide area network acceleration, Citrix introduces CloudBridge CSX Solution to consolidate servers at branch locations, and Dell introduces thin client infrastructure support for Windows Server 2012 R2 and vWorkspace. Read More

Red Hat and Hortonworks Deepen Strategic Alliance

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With the goal of enabling the next generation of data-driven applications, enterprise Apache Hadoop provider Hortonworks and Red Hat announced an expanded relationship through the formation of a strategic alliance, which includes the integration of product lines, joint go-to-market initiatives and collaborative customer support. Read More

Joyent and Riverbed Partner on Cloud Service

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Joyent and Riverbed formed an alliance to launch the Riverbed Stingray and Joyent Content Delivery Cloud (CDC), a fast and efficient content delivery platform that combines Joyent’s public cloud infrastructure and the Riverbed Stingray Application Delivery Controller (ADC) software. Read More

Penguin Computing Offers Ethernet Switches With Software Options

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The networking sector news includes Penguin Computing launching a new line of open, SDN Ethernet switches, the Detroit Tigers using Exinda to help manage the media and network traffic, and Ciena collaborating with research and education networking leaders to build an international software-defined WAN to accelerate a SDN ecosystem. Read More

Field of Streams: MLB Opens Omaha Data Center for Video Data

The Scott Data Center in Nebraska is home to a new data center for MLB Advanced Media. (Photo: Scott Data Center)

MLB Advanced Media streams and stores a multitude of baseball games, as well as other events. Its data has gotten so big that it’s taking down 8,000 square feet in Omaha, subleasing from Level 3 at the Scott Data Center. The company said Hurricane Sandy drove home the need for a second location outside of New York. Read More

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