Archive for: May 2015

Emerson Network Power – The Trellis Platform

Based out of Huntsville, AL, Emerson Network Power has been a long-term player in this market with more than 20 years of experience designing and implementing DCIM software for global clients. Today, its flagship DCIM product, the Trellis™ Platform, is now in its third version. The Trellis Platform was built from the ground up, not an amalgam of other existing products.

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Are You Making What You’re Worth? A Guide To IT Compensation

Income potential for IT professionals hinges on multiple factors, including level of responsibility, job area, seniority, skills possessed, industry, company size and geography. All of these factors were examined in a survey of 9,611 North American IT professionals and 1,413 business professionals conducted by Cary, N.C.-based business training and certification company Global Knowledge in the fall of 2014.

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NetApp Rebrands SteelStore As AltaVault, Boosts Cloud Connectivity, Performance

NetApp on Wednesday branded its SteelStore line of WAN acceleration data protection and migration appliances NetApp AltaVault, and refreshed the line with improved performance and capacity on a new hardware platform. The new NetApp AltaVault, which stems from NetApp’s November, 2014 acquisition of the SteelStore technology from Riverbed, keeps as its primary objective the ability to provide a high-performance, easy-to-install way to integrate customers’ existing data protection solutions to the cloud, said Phil Brotherton, vice president of NetApp’s Cloud Solutions Group. 

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Success for Anite’s Nemo Invex II – Benchmarking Solution for Lte, LTE-A, Cat … – SYS-CON Media (press release)

Latest Articles As It Happens No, this isn’t a tirade on the security of IoT. It’s about story about change. Specifically, change and its implications on security. Change is constant. There’s a million different axioms and proverbs about change, so it’s really hard to choose just one to sum up how it impacts security. 

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Emerson Network Power Simplifies Integration of Data Center Infrastructure Management to Improve Productivity and Visibilit

​Latest release of the Trellis platform features RESTful application programming interfaces Huntsville, Alabama [May 27, 2015] – Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, today announced strategic enhancements to its premier data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution, the TrellisTM platform.

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Commscope Holding Company Inc (NASDAQ:COMM)’s Evp and COO Randall … – OctaFinance.com

It provides radio frequency (RF) solutions, intelligent connectivity and
cabling
platforms,
data center
and intelligent building infrastructure and broadband access solutions. The Company operates in three segments: Wireless, Enterprise and Broadband.

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Segmenting Networks for Security

Historically, there has been little convergence between manufacturing and enterprise in the plant network. Instead, there are multiple, separate networks – one network may run fieldbus protocol at the device level, another network may run ControlNet protocol for machine-to-machine communications, while a third protocol, such as Ethernet, or a proprietary network, links the machines to data acquisition and storage units for reporting or archiving.

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Loud Partners Taps IO Modular Data Center Infrastructure To Double Capacity

IO colocation is powering New York City-based Loud Partners’ managed services business. Loud Partners has doubled its capacity at IO, and moved from a shared data center environment to modular data center infrastructure.

IO allows Loud Partners to offer colocation services without them having to invest resources in building and maintaining their own data center.

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The Insider and Svp – General Counsel & Sec of Commscope Holding … – OctaFinance.com

It provides radio frequency (RF) solutions, intelligent connectivity and
cabling
platforms,
data center
and intelligent building infrastructure and broadband access solutions. The Company operates in three segments: Wireless, Enterprise and Broadband.

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Vapor IO Challenges Top Of Rack Management With Open MistOS

One of the biggest challenges in the data center industry is how to manage data center infrastructure. This is especially true at the rack. Each server vendor has a different approach, down to the way you handle server out-of-band management. Vapor IO hopes to eliminate what founder Cole Crawford calls “gratuitous differentiation” with Open MistOS (OMOS), a new Linux distribution that provides top-of-rack (TOR) management capabilities for data centers.

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