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Spotlight - February 26, 2015
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The FCC's Title II uber-aggressiveness ensures its ruling isn't the final word. That uncertainty won't – and shouldn't – freeze mobile operators in today's highly competitive environment. But it does add ambiguity in plotting the path forward.
Rich Karpinski     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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Two highly influential organizations, the FS-ISAC and DTCC, got together and started building their own platform, called Soltra Edge. It's a welcome step in some quarters, and not so much in others.
Wendy Nather     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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Despite all the noise, Facebook is not quite ready to launch an 'At Work' version of its popular social network, but it is certainly working on it. Over the next six months, it will look at feedback and input from trial users and figure out where to take the product.
Alan Pelz-Sharpe     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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The company is addressing the need for API control technology as part of its data-integration strategy and Informatica Cloud iPaaS. Informatica will also be staking a claim to API management of sorts by bringing to market technology obtained in its StrikeIron buy.
Carl Lehmann     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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The Bitcoin infrastructure company announced its intent to purchase the liquid cooling specialist, and the two have developed technology with the potential to bleed into mainstream datacenter design and operation.
Andrew Donoghue     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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As the Italian mobile market shows signs of recovery, the company adopts a single brand strategy, plans new FMC propositions and differentiates on network quality. We expect the company to focus on retaining high-ARPU households and winning back broadband customers.
Declan Lonergan     
Impact Report - February 26, 2015
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With a new dual-band small-cell radio node for its scalable Enterprise Radio Access Network, SpiderCloud Wireless offers flexible 3G and 4G band combinations and Bluetooth Low Energy. Does this portfolio addition (along with fresh VC) cement its place in the small-cell ecosystem?
Ken Rehbehn     
Analyst Note - February 26, 2015
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Owen Rogers     
Analyst Note - February 26, 2015
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William Fellows     
M&A Insight - February 26, 2015
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Although cloud technology has spurred a renewal of customer demand for identity-related security technology, the IAM market is in the midst of a fairly significant shakeout. The latest deal has a PE shop picking up Courion.
Brenon Daly     
Impact Report - February 25, 2015
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They say only Nixon could go to China, and only Kaspersky Lab could position itself as the counterbalance to North American-based security research. It's walking a careful line between using its research to advance its marketing message and backing that up with technical and intelligence expertise.
Wendy Nather     Chris Hazelton     
Impact Report - February 25, 2015
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The Ufora platform, an attempt to address the shortfalls of the 'legacy' tools on the market today (including MATLAB, R, Mathematica and SAS), combines 'big data' with 'big compute' and automated parallelization to run algorithms and mathematical models across distributed, multi-processor systems.
John Abbott     
M&A Insight - February 25, 2015
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There is nothing new about digital asset management technology. However, until now it has remained a niche within a niche – essential to a few, but an afterthought for most. Yet today, as major digital marketing, commerce, customer experience and dynamic supply chain projects begin in earnest, rich media is playing a critical supporting role.
Matt Mullen     Alan Pelz-Sharpe     
Impact Report - February 25, 2015
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Direct liquid cooling technology supplier Asetek has secured a number of high-profile government projects and announced new partners, including Johnson Controls. It also resolved lawsuits with two rival DLC suppliers.
Andrew Donoghue     
Impact Report - February 25, 2015
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The company is preparing a new service to enable users to analyze historical performance data from its MongoDB database hosting service, and has its eyes on expanding its purview beyond hosted databases.
Matt Aslett     

 

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