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Queensland brings its attention to renewable sources of energy

A large-scale renewable energy revolution is occurring in Queensland. The Government of Queensland, Australia, has announced the Powering Queensland’s Future Plan – its comm...  Read More

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Bitcasa decides to shut-down its consumer cloud storage permanently

Bitcasa is pulling out of consumer cloud storage to focus on its platform business, giving users a month’s notice to move their data elsewhere and providing the perennial rem...   Read More

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Avnet Government Solutions Expands its Data Center, Storage and Networking Capabilities

Avnet Government Solutions, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Avnet, Inc., a leading global technology distributor, announced that it has expanded its General Services Administrati...   Read More

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Dell Inc’s deal of acquiring EMC data storage gets U.S. regulatory clearance

Dell Inc. revealed that it has received U.S.A regulatory clearance to proceed with its planned $67 billion purchase of data storage company EMC Corp. Round Rock, Texas-based Dell I...   Read More

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Here is the all new industry’s first 256 GB Universal Flash Storage from Samsung

Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it is now mass producing the industry’s first 256-gigabyte (GB) embedded memory based on t...   Read More


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