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Today, some (green) telecom trends you’ll be gaining traction this year; cloud storage find VC love; and Energizer is getting in the LED game courtesy of CRS Electronics. Also, Vivek Kundra, CIO of the USA (how’s that for a job title), discusses the government’s “cloud first” strategy for modernizing and streamlining its IT operations.
And in server news, Dell debuts hardware that supports up to 96 processor cores, the C6145, that could help usher in GPU processing in the data center. Interesting…
Five telecommunications trends for 2011 – The Washington Post
Cloud storage and SSDs gain momentum – Network World
CRS Electronics to make LED products for Eveready – Reuters
Bringing Washington’s technology into 21st century – CNN
Dell introduces server with 96 CPU cores – CIO
Rackspace CEO Napier Says “Our Company Is Not For Sale” – Forbes
So stop asking (for now).
Lessons Learned from Virtualization – Network World
Podcast: Sentilla’s CTO and co-founder of Joe Polastre talks about how what works and what doesn’t when making the switch to virtualization.
Windows 7 patches break VMware View connection – InfoWorld
LEDs and controls sales up at Philips – Lighting
US engineer develops cost effective wave generator for harsh environments – The Engineer
Dr. Stefan Siegel’s new cycloidal wave energy converter could help generate power from rougher waters.
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