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Cloud Startup: Nebula One

Cloud Startup: Nebula One

Cloud Startup: Nebula One Nebula One: An Operating System and Interoperability Cloud Ecosystem In One There are nebulous clouds and then there is Nebula One. The latter is a cloud startup with two bases in Seattle, Washington and Mountain View, California. The company began operations in 2011, thus giving it a few years down the

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr …….The Latest Wave in Third-party Data Infrastructure Auditing for Cloud Efficiency With one year to its name counting, Cluttr is the brainchild of two campus graduates from Ghent, Belgium. The firm focuses its energies on the data providers and the companies that seek to leverage on their data

Air Traffic Management Set To Meet Cloud Technology

Air Traffic Management Set To Meet Cloud Technology After revolutionizing domains like industrial design and engineering simulation, cloud computing is now set to drastically modify air traffic management technology. In a recent proceeding, General Electric Company and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (that’s NASA) have teamed up to undertake a project aimed at incorporating cloud

Public-Private Cloud Partnership: Ontario Government And IBM Join Hands

Public-Private Cloud Partnership: Ontario Government and IBM Join Hands Government agencies encouraging new technologies through grants and partnerships with private entities are not a recent phenomenon. From DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) to NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) to NSF (National Science Foundation), a lot of agencies have gone down that path, and

The Hottest New Cloud Computing Startup: Nebula

The Hottest New Cloud Computing Startup: Nebula Startups in cloud computing attracting a lot of attention, both from the tech media and the investment community, are nothing new. While I have covered two such companies in earlier articles (See: Venture Capitalists Flock To Cloud Computing Startup  and What Bromium’s Funding Means for Cloud Security), this