Cloud Computing, Companies, Internet of Things (IoT), Mellanox Technologies, Qualcomm, VR World

Qualcomm and Mellanox Work Together In Upgrading Server And Storage Platforms


Two great companies in the field, namely Qualcomm and Mellanox Technologies, announced a multi-phase technology collaboration that brings Qualcomm’s server technology ecosystem one step closer to commercialization. This corroboration will allow Mellanox and Qualcomm Technologies to offer the Ethernet and InfiniBand interconnect solutions that will work together with the ARM instruction set based server CPUs, to be fully optimized for scalable server and storage infrastructures. Mellanox’s product leadership with 10, 25, 40, 50, and 100 Gigabit per-second Ethernet and InfiniBand interconnect technology provides solutions for the most efficient hyperscale deployments including Web 2.0, cloud, big data, database and storage applications. When paired with Qualcomm Technologies’


Business, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World, Windows Phone

OneDrive Offers Unlimited Storage with Office 365


Microsoft has announced that all Office 365 users will be upgraded to unlimited cloud storage from the free 1TB that they have now.


Business, Cloud Computing, Memory & Storage Space, Software Programs, VR World

Cloud Storage Company Bitcasa Screws Customers


Bitcasa has decided to get rid of unlimited storage and raise prices on their customers without any warning and is giving them three weeks to get their data


Business, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Software Programs, VR World

OneDrive Gets Bigger, Cheaper and More Free


Microsoft has announced that they will be expanding OneDrive capacities for free users as well as subscribers and extending 1TB of storage to Office 365 subscribers, adding even more value to their Office 365 product. In terms of OneDrive upgrades, the first upgrade comes by the way of free storage which was previously 7 GB (was originally 25 GB when it was first launched as SkyDrive) and is now 15 GB. So, Microsoft giveth, then Microsoft taketh, and then Microsoft giveth once again. I guess Microsoft just assumes that people have incredibly short memories or something, but this isn’t really much news other than the