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16Gb Gen 5 Fibre Channel Connectivity Hybrid Flash Storage Arrays

QLogic Gen 5 Technology Helps Drive Maximum Performance from EMC VNX Models

QLogic a supplier of high performance network infrastructure solutions, today announced that its 16Gb Gen 5 Fibre Channel technology is now available to order for EMC’s latest VNX® Series hybrid flash storage arrays. The collaboration between QLogic and EMC enables new levels of application performance, storage efficiency, and data availability for EMC customers.

The new series is designed to deliver no-compromises economics while balancing the performance, reliability and scalability requirements of virtualised data centres with a unified storage platform that supports both block and file storage. The combination of Fibre Channel technology with the popular EMC® VNX Series allows organisations to address their evolving data centre needs with proven, reliable storage solutions for today and tomorrow.

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Peugeot & Citroën Dealerships Go Wireless with TP-LINK

French Car manufacturer boosts customer satisfaction and increases revenues with wireless connectivity from Chinese

Back in 1890, when Armand Peugeot exhibited the company’s first petrol-powered car, the company that became PSA Peugeot Citroën has continually pushed the boundaries of automotive design as one of Europe’s leading car manufacturers. Now they are also moving into the forefront of technological innovation.

Tablets in the showroom

Facing fierce competition to sell new cars and determined to provide customers with exceptional customer service, PSA Peugeot Citroën designed a bespoke app for the sales and services teams within the dealerships. The app brings together all the information about the various models and accessories creating a powerful tool for the sales team to bring their desk to the customer. They can demonstrate what the chosen car would look like with extras, provide quotes and check availability in real time. The company has found this approach directly reduces the time required to close deals and better helps the customer visualise the prospective product being purchased.

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Spirent Spends $20 million Cash on Mobilethink

Spirent Communications a specialist communications technology company,  have announced that it has acquired Mobilethink A/S (“Mobilethink”) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Tweakker ApS (“Tweakker”) for $20 million cash, funded from existing cash resources.  The company Headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark, is a provider of mobile device management, device analytics and intelligence solutions for mobile operators. Tweakker is a cloud-based mobile device configuration solution specifically targeted at Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs).

The Mobilethink’s solutions allow operators to correctly detect mobile devices and configure them for data usage, analyse device population trends and run marketing campaigns with the goal of increasing average revenue per user (ARPU).

The key solutions

Tweakker is a cloud-based pay-as-you-grow mobile device configuration service specifically targeted at MVNOs. This solution supports thousands of devices, enabling MVNOs to set up their customers’ data services without customer support calls.

Device Configuration and  Device Analytics.

A hosted managed service, enables operators to configure subscriber device settings, the turnkey interface dramatically reduces customer care costs while achieving greater customer retention.  With automatic device detection, giving mobile operators deeper insight into subscriber behavior at the device level.

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InfiNet Wireless appoints Vision Systems to Improve Connectivity in Lebanon

Together with Vision Systems InfiNet Wireless is set to significantly improve wireless connectivity in the Lebanon market using its latest solutions

InfiNet Wireless, a fixed broadband wireless connectivity provider has appointed Vision Systems as a distributor for the Lebanese market. This is in line with the company’s overall strategy to expand its presence in all corners of the Middle East. Vision Systems have been in business for a number of years and have recently created a new team which will focus primarily on providing wireless solutions to various market verticals in the country.

Vision Systems’ offering will be based on InfiNet’s tailored solutions and will enable it to cater for a wide range of applications, and for service providers of all types, ultimately providing its customers with optimized network design, along with high reliability, scalability and unsurpassed robustness.

point-to-point 

1.Fixed and Mobile Wireless Internet Service Providers

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Grantley Processor from Intel

Intels new  Grantley Processor 

The release of a new Intel server processor means a raft of new server introductions, and last week's Intel Xeon processor E5-2600/1600 v3 product release. All the major server vendors who are Intel friendly  and smaller players, have prepared new lines to take advantage of the new processors, providing up to 18 cores and 45 MB of last-level cache per socket.

New with the processors are cache-monitoring technologies, and platform telemetry sensors and metrics to help improve data center efficiency.

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