The next Linksys? Cisco-branded Control4 products are coming.
Also, CipherCloud tackles cloud security with a token-insertion appliance that sits between you and your cloud app provider; Intel signals that it won’t cede the mobile chip market to ARM; and what the shrink to 25nm means for NAND solid-state storage.
Plus, Texas Instruments bridges Zigbee and Android app development. Could Android emerge as the home energy OS to beat?
Control4 nabs powerful Cisco partnership – VentureBeat
Startup protects sensitive cloud data without breaking apps – Network World
Mobile World Offers Replay Of Gigahertz Wars – Wall Street Journal – Digits
SSDs Shifting to 25nm NAND – What You Need to Know – StorageReview.com
Lower prices, for starters.
Obama’s Budget Boosts IT Spending 1.3% – InformationWeek
Some interesting insights into which agencies are going on a data center diet.
HP puts on data center hard hat – Computerworld
Virtualization: A Driver of Data Center Growth – Data Center Knowledge
Soaking Up the Sun to Squeeze Bills to Zero – The New York Times
A neat slice-of-life look at the National Renewable Energy Lab’s Research Support Facility. Guess which part consumes the most energy…
Data center may be too big for state needs – The Seattle Times