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The first two laboratories have recently completed accreditation to provide testing services for the USGv6 Program. The USGv6 Program, developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), provides the basis for expressing U.S. government requirements for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) technologies and for testing that commercial products meet those requirements. The availability of commercial testing services is an important step towards the U.S. governments use of USGv6 acquisition tools, beginning in July 2010.
En un evento celebrado a lo largo del día de hoy, HP ha reunido a sus partners especialistas para mostrarles las oportunidades en torno a la unidad de negocio Enterprise Storage, Server y Networking (ESSN), las cuales pasan por conseguir que éstos vendan toda la gama de productos.
Para atender la creciente demanda, NetApp presenta nuevas capacidades y guías de diseño específicamente preparadas para los proveedores de servicios, que les ayudarán a suministrar un mayor valor a sus clientes cloud.
El Ministerio de Cultura encarga al Instituto Nacional de Tecnologías de la Comunicación (Inteco) el soporte técnico y la auditoría en materia de seguridad y accesibilidad de APEnet, el Portal Europeo de archivos y documentos.
The North Korean government appears to have developed its own graphical Linux-based operating system, though its people still prefer that symbol of Yankee high-tech imperialism, Microsoft Windows.
Introduces new USB desk phone, corded and wireless DECT headsets
Integrates WiMax and other technologies on 700MHz platform
Offers control over line-rate switching, routing and filtering
At the Open Source Forum of CeBIT 2010, the Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin named three reasons for Linux's success. He also identified three possible challenges for the free platform.
In CeBIT Hall 2 F38, ]project-open[ demonstrated is Web-based project management software for the service industry.
Its authentication, monitoring, and data-loss prevention tools all will work in virtualized environments
The Microsoft CEO says that in one year, 90 percent of the company's software employees will be working on a cloud-related project
Microsoft unveiled Microsoft Tag for Google Android, which allows users to scan a customized tag with their smartphone's camera module and receive multimedia and other content on their screen. Although Microsoft is contesting fiercely with Google, Apple and other companies in the smartphone space, it evidently recognizes the opportunities to spread its products to as many users as possible by creating applications for its rivals' mobile app storefronts. Google has also introduced a barcode-scanning system that leverages its own software.
Google announced a new feature called Gesture Search, which allows users to search through files on their Google Android smartphones by tracing a letter like "A" or "H" on their screen. The application, which theoretically learns from the users search history to improve overall search quality, is available for devices running Android 2.0 or higher, which limits the number of Android-equipped smartphones that have access to it. Google has been expanding the number of applications available for its smartphone operating system in a bid to increase its market share in the mobile space.
RightNow Technologies on March 4 introduced its "Cloud Service Agreement," which it claims will give clients far greater flexibility in negotiating contracts for its Software-as-a-Service customer experience applications. RightNow CEO Greg Gianforte contends the Cloud Service Agreement it will make it easier and less expensive for prospective customers to start using RightNow's Web-based applications compared to the terms offered by its competitors, such as Salesforce.com, Microsoft and Oracle.
The FCC discusses how its new broadband plan will help citizens engage in democratic deliberation