Do Amazon And Google Public Clouds Need To Work Nicely With Others?

Do Amazon And Google Public Clouds Need To Work Nicely With Others?

It depends on who you ask. Both companies are cloud-first oriented, but they also want to woo corporate customers who run—and will continue to run —a lot of technology in-house.

One question swirling around public cloud providers like Amazon and Google? How well they will connect to customers’ existing information technology—and whether that technology comes in the form of a private cloud or a traditional data center. A corollary: Whether public cloud providers really need to do this in the first place.

For Google Cloud Platform, the answer to that second question now seems to be yes. Last month, Google joined the OpenStack Foundation, with the goal of making sure that Linux containers and Google-backed Kubernetes container cluster management will work well in OpenStack environments…

Read Full Article: Fortune


Blue Coat Acquires Perspecsys To Effectively Make Public Cloud Applications Private

Blue Coat Acquires Perspecsys To Effectively Make Public Cloud Applications Private

Blue Coat Acquires Perspecsys

Expands portfolio in exploding cloud security market, providing relief for multinational enterprises struggling with data compliance requirements & regional sovereignty regulations

SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 30, 2015Blue Coat Systems, Inc., a market leader in enterprise security, today announced it has acquired Perspecsys, Inc., a leader in enterprise cloud data protection solutions. With this acquisition, Blue Coat significantly expands its cloud security offerings while enhancing the industry’s most robust hybrid cloud portfolio. This expanded portfolio positions Blue Coat as a leader in the Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) segment and sets a new bar for data protection within cloud applications.

CASBs have become the primary means of layering security onto SaaS (Software as a Service) applications,” said Mike Fey, Blue Coat president and COO. “Industry analysts predict substantial growth for this space over the next five years. As SaaS deployments continue to increase, this technology will become an essential component of enterprise data and cloud security.

This acquisition enables Blue Coat to offer the industry’s widest range of CASB capabilities within its market-leading Secure Web Gateway portfolio. Together, Perspecsys and Blue Coat deliver the industry’s leading solution for protecting data in an era of user-led cloud application consumption, dramatically enhancing security for corporate-approved cloud applications and services.

As dependency on cloud applications grows, enterprises are faced with a number of issues regarding data privacy, compliance and security. These include compliance requirements for Personally-Identifiable-Information (PII), as well as payment (PCI) and protected health information (HIPAA); strict data governance and regional residency rules for multinational companies; and most prominently, the continuous global news of data breaches. These concerns can be an inhibitor to the adoption of cloud applications for many organizations.

Perspecsys’ Cloud Data Protection platform solves the key business risks associated with data compliance, privacy and security for enterprises as they move to adopt cloud-based applications. Through the use of its patented cloud data tokenization and encryption capabilities, Perspecsys puts enterprises in complete control of their data at all times, regardless of where the data resides, both while in use and at rest in the cloud. By removing the risks associated with placing sensitive data in the cloud with applications such as, ServiceNow and Oracle, Perspecsys effectively makes the public cloud private.

To gain control over the explosion of cloud application usage, our customers tell us that the proxy is the logical location to implement CASB features and with our historic strength and understanding of web applications it is a perfect fit,” said Greg Clark, Blue Coat CEO. “Given that more than 50 percent of our customers are based overseas, and as we look to expand our vision for cloud protection, we are paying close attention to the unique needs of multinationals that reside or are doing business in geographies with strict compliance and data sovereignty requirements. Perspecsys has delivered an approach for encrypting and tokenizing data in the cloud that can actually be used in the real world by global customers, making it a disruptive force in the market and a great addition to Blue Coat. In summary, Perspecsys’ capability reduces corporate cyber-crime risk. Management of data at rest via tokenizing or encrypting is rapidly becoming a critical element of cyber defense for both corporate owned infrastructure and cloud applications.”


We’re excited to be joining forces with Blue Coat. As the largest content security provider on the planet and a leader in CASB, Blue Coat is the logical source for these security services,” said David Canellos, Perspecsys CEO.

Enterprises want to buy this class of solution from Blue Coat and Perspecsys’ Cloud Data Protection is a natural complement to Blue Coat’s widely recognized portfolio of cloud and proxy technologies.”

About Perspecsys

Perspecsys’ Cloud Data Protection platform solves key data compliance, privacy and security concerns for enterprises adopting cloud-based applications. The solution puts enterprises in complete control of their cloud data at all times, allowing them to simply address the leading data compliance and security challenges impacting enterprise cloud adoption. By removing the security issues and operational risks associated with placing sensitive data in the cloud, Perspecsys makes the public cloud private. Before its acquisition by Blue Coat, Perspecsys, Inc. was a privately held company backed by investors, including Intel Capital, Paladin Capital and Ascent Venture Partners.

About Blue Coat Systems

Blue Coat is a leader in enterprise security, providing on-premise, hybrid and cloud-based solutions for protecting web connectivity, combating advanced threats and responding to security breaches. Blue Coat is the global market leader in securing connection to the web and counts nearly 80 percent of the Global Fortune 500 as its customers. Blue Coat was acquired by Bain Capital in March of 2015. For additional information, please visit

Alibaba $1 Billion Dollar Cloud Investment – International Competition Mounting

Alibaba $1 Billion Dollar Cloud Investment – International Competition Mounting

Alibaba $1 Billion Dollar Cloud Investment 

China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N) said on Wednesday it would invest $1 billion into its Aliyun cloud computing arm to challenge Inc’s (AMZN.O) lucrative Web Services division, opening a global front in the battle between the two e-commerce giants.

With the global cloud computing market estimated by analysts to be worth about $20 billion, Alibaba said in a statement the investment would go toward setting up new Aliyun data centers in the Middle East, Singapore, Japan and Europe. The firm also plans to strike business partnerships with telecom and enterprise technology providers in those regions.

Although Alibaba and Amazon have so far avoided competing directly in their core business of e-commerce outside China, Aliyun’s international expansion takes aim squarely at Amazon Web Services (AWS), an increasingly central and profitable division of the Seattle-based company.

Information Source: Reuters

Battle Of The Backup Tools – Summer Rankings

Battle Of The Backup Tools – Summer Rankings

Battle Of The Backup Tools

Two platforms earn Leader status while CrashPlan tops overall satisfaction rankings in G2 Crowd report

CHICAGO – July 28, 2015 – The first Grid℠ report for backup tools, published today by business software review site G2 Crowd, ranks 11 products to help purchasers in their selections.

NetApp Backup and Recovery and EMC Avamar were named Leaders in the report, receiving strong customer satisfaction scores with a large market presence. CrashPlan, Veeam, Druva inSync, CommVault Simpana and Asigra Cloud Backup were named High Performers, earning strong customer satisfaction scores with a smaller market presence than Leaders. CrashPlan received the highest overall customer satisfaction score.

The Grid℠, created from G2 Crowd’s software review platform, compiles customer satisfaction as reported by users, along with vendor market presence as determined from public and social data, to rank products. The Summer 2015 report is based on more than 200 reviews written by business and IT professionals.


Backup software is used as a failsafe to protect business data. Data from servers, databases, desktops, laptops, and other devices are copied in case user error or a disaster render business critical data inaccessible. Several factors differentiate products, including the ability to backup virtual machines or databases, ability to backup remote devices like laptops, and cloud versus on-premise deployment. Some suite products attempt to do all of the above, while others specialize in being a solution to just one business backup problem.

Of the more than 130 software vendors listed in G2 Crowd’s Backup Software category, the ranked products each received 10 or more reviews to qualify for inclusion on the Grid℠.

Across all backup products, reviewers reported the product they use meets their requirements at an average rate of 87 percent, and on average reviewers said they were 84 percent likely to recommend the product they use. Ease of Setup received the lowest average satisfaction score across all products (78 percent); many reviewers noted setup as a main reason for their overall product satisfaction. Veeam scored the highest in this category, with 92 percent satisfaction.

Some highlights from the backup software reviews on G2 Crowd:

NetApp’s [technology] not only [protects] customer data and accelerate recovery, but also [integrates] with leading backup applications for easier management. The FAS8000 Series…[enables] enterprise customers to flexibly and efficiently manage and control their data through a single storage and data management platform.”
– Kevin Storm, Owner at BoatButler

Moving to [EMC] Avamar… we decreased our backup times from…sometimes more than a week, to…a couple of days [or] hours…Coupled with a Data Domain storage target this solution can ingest an unbelievable amount of data in a short period of time.
– Eric Parsons, IT Project Manager at Proto Labs

CrashPlan…provides one of the best user interface experiences from end to end. The admin console provides brilliant access for managing users and devices. The degree of control on the admin side is matched only by the simplicity and ease of use on the client side. Deployment of the service is well thought out and extremely robust.
– Jim Rispin, Assistant Director of ITS and Senior Systems Administrator at Fuller Theological Seminary

Based off of 10+ years in IT and in college…nothing has come close to the reliability and robustness of [CommVault Simpana]. Over the years I have used other products and loath not using [it] sooner. [it is] truly the best in the market.
– Luke Andert, System Administrator at Cambria

Veeam was very easy to integrate with our existing…environment. Creating backup jobs and setting up basic retention periods was very easy. Setting up secondary destinations and the WAN accelerator was also very simple, allowing us to quickly institute a robust backup strategy with [off-site] duplication. The deduplication and integrated CBT makes the backup footprint very small and causes a much smaller amount of network overhead compared to the other…tools we’ve used.
– Pierce Fortin, Sr. Technical Support Engineer/ Systems Administrator at OneShield

Druva is a very simple system for users to use, very intuitive and has a great user interface. That our users find it easy to use makes them more likely to self-serve than raise a request for assistance in restoring files. The Central administration web-portal gives us a quick and simple status overview of the system, and the central logs and reports allow us to identify and troubleshoot any issues quickly and easily.
– Martin Millward, IT systems professional at

[Asigra Cloud Backup] has exceptional logging and fine-grained detail into what’s happening at any given moment. IP addresses, software version numbers, machine hostnames, dates, times and pretty much any other detail you can think of is logged in the software. This greatly assists in troubleshooting efforts across the board.
– Johnathan Tracz, IT Technician at ABELSoft

Satisfaction rankings are generated from the user reviews, and market presence is calculated from vendor size, market share, and social impact. Based on a combination of these scores, each software solution is categorized as a Leader, High Performer, Contender, or Niche.

Premium backup product research access can be purchased on G2 Crowd’s website for $599. The report offers the original data for filtering and weighting, as well as individual profiles of each platform, detailed company information, user satisfaction ratings, feature scores and customer metrics. Future refreshes of the Grid℠ will provide updated rankings based on the latest reviews and social data.

Be sure to check out the new Grid℠ for the best backup software and subscribe to the premium research.


About G2 Crowd, Inc.

G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform,  leverages its 35,000-plus user reviews to drive better purchasing decisions. Technology buyers, investors, and analysts use the site to compare and select the best software based on peer reviews and synthesized social data. Co-founded by the founder and former executives from SaaS leader BigMachines and backed by more than $4.5 million in capital, G2 Crowd aims to bring authenticity and transparency to business technology research. For more information, go to

Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Las Vegas Security Event

Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Las Vegas Security Event

Keynotes Set For Upcoming Cloud Security Alliance Congress

Schedule of Workshops, Trainings and Certifications to Compliment Session Line Up at the only Data Privacy and Cloud Security Conference Featuring Best-in-Class Education and Networking

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, today released the keynote presenters and session line up for the upcoming CSA Congress US at the Privacy.Security.Risk Conference taking place September 29 – October 1 in Las Vegas, NV. Registration is currently open with early registration discounts being offered through August 28.

P.S.R. brings together two industry-leading events, CSA Congress US and the IAPP Privacy Academy to provide attendees with more than double the education and networking opportunities with the leading innovators and practitioners in technology, security and privacy for the price of a single conference. 

This year’s keynote presents include:

  • Arthur W. Coviello, Jr., Executive Chairman (Retired), The Security Division of EMC, RSA
  • Brian Krebs, Investigative Reporter, Cybersecurity Expert
  • Travis LeBlanc, Chief of Enforcement, Federal Communications Commission
  • Lydia Parnes, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  • Jessica Rich, Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission
  • Adam Tanner, Fellow, Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University
  • Jean Yang, PhD Student, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), Massachusetts Institute of Technology

More than 1000 cloud and privacy practitioners and leaders will have access to a total of eleven tracks that will make up this year’s conference program including.  Cloud Security and Privacy, Compliance and Audit, Emerging Technologies, Healthcare Privacy, Information Security, International Developments, Intersection of Privacy and Security, Marketing, Privacy Program Management and Development, Risk and Trust in the Cloud and Security Development and Operations.  Additionally a number of training, certifications and pre-conference workshops will also be offered at this year’s event…

Visit for more conference information: Cloud Security Alliance 

Fortinet and NTT Com Security Form Global Security Partnership

Fortinet and NTT Com Security Form Global Security Partnership

Companies to Jointly Provide Capabilities in Cloud Security, Network Risk Management, SIEM, SDN and Virtualization to Companies Globally

SAN FRANCISCO, CA and THEALE, READING, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwired – July 13, 2015) – NTT Com Security, the global information security and risk management company, and Fortinet, a leader in high performance cyber security solutions, have entered into a formal partnership to provide expert security advice and world-class security solutions to organizations worldwide. The partnership includes incorporating the broad range of Fortinet security solutions into NTT Com Security solutions to help protect customers across the globe, irrespective of size or sector.

The new global security partnership is another step in the long-term business and technological relationship between the two companies. Fortinet and NTT Com Security will now collaborate across a number of technology deployments, uniquely positioned to offer support, consultancy advice and the delivery of solutions powered by Fortinet’s market-leading technology under NTT Com Security’s WideAngle portfolio. These include cloud security, firewall and network risk management, SIEM systems integration and SDN (software defined networking) and virtualization. Through this partnership, NTT Com Security will also benefit from Fortinet’s experienced technical consultants to expand their support services in terms of incident management, operational risk reduction, support in complex architectural designs and implementations.

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Webinar: Is Operations Manager Still Relevant In The World Of The Cloud?

Webinar: Is Operations Manager Still Relevant In The World Of The Cloud?

With Microsoft so focused on the cloud, it raises concerns about the future of technologies such as Operations Manager. To tackle this topic, Microsoft MVP Cameron Fuller has written a whitepaper which looks at Operations Manager and its future from a variety of angles. As a complement to the whitepaper, MVP Cameron Fuller will host two webinars in order to answer the question: “Is Operations Manager still relevant in the world of the cloud?

The webinars will be co-hosted by Savision’s co-founder and VP of Product Management, Dennis Rietvink.

During the webinars, the topics that will be covered are:

  • A history of Operations Manager and what conclusions we can draw from that history
  • Cloud first, mobile first, and it’s impacts on System Center
  • The Microsoft Operations Management Suite and how it compares with Operations Manager
  • Monitoring available within Azure, and solutions to monitor Azure
  • The Cloud Platform Stack, WAP, and Azure Stack
  • Architecting Operations Manager to run in the cloud

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Google Cloud Source Repository

Google Cloud Source Repository

Google hasn’t announced it yet, but the company earlier this year started offering free beta access to Cloud Source Repositories, a new service for storing and editing code on the ever-expanding Google Cloud Platform.

It won’t be easy for Google to quickly steal business from source code repository hosting companies like GitHub and Atlassian (with Bitbucket). And sure enough, Google is taking a gradual approach with the new service: It can serve as a “remote” for Git repositories sitting elsewhere on the Internet or locally.


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Tech Company Finds Stolen Government Log-ins All Over Web

Tech Company Finds Stolen Government Log-ins All Over Web

WASHINGTON (AP) — A CIA-backed technology company has found logins and passwords for 47 government agencies strewn across the Web — available for hackers, spies and thieves.

Recorded Future, a social media data mining firm backed by the CIA’s venture capital arm, says in a report that login credentials for nearly every federal agency have been posted on open Internet sites for those who know where to look.

According to the company, at least 12 agencies don’t require authentication beyond passwords to access their networks, so those agencies are vulnerable to espionage and cyberattacks. The company says logins and passwords were found connected with the departments of Defense, Justice, Treasury and Energy, as well as the CIA and the Director of National Intelligence.

News Source: Associated Press

Docker And Rocket Ready For Liftoff – Software Containers

Docker And Rocket Ready For Liftoff – Software Containers

Software Containers

Docker, CoreOS, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are now working on a new standard for software containers with the help of the Linux Foundation. Other members of this coalition include Apcera, Cisco, EMC, Fujitsu Limited, Goldman Sachs, HP, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Joyent, Mesosphere, Pivotal, Rancher Labs, Red Hat and VMware — that is, virtually everybody who has a stake in building a thriving container ecosystem.

Docker may have become synonymous with containers, but it’s not the only container format around and not everybody agrees that it should become the standard format. Last December, CoreOS announced that it was launching its own container runtime (rkt) and format (appc), a project that received some support from major players like Google, Red Hat and VMware.

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Networks Can Be Used As Sensors To Enforce Security

Networks Can Be Used As Sensors To Enforce Security

Network Sensors & Security Enforcement

As Cisco Live 2015 launched in California this week, a primary message the company sent out was that it is critical to lock out cybercriminals. But as methods of attack become increasingly sophisticated, and points of infiltration multiply, traditional methods of security are not enough. So instead of seeing computer networks as attack points that must be protected, Cisco sees networks as the key to defending organizations from attack.

Cyber Security Issues Discussed

As the Internet of Everything (IoE) expands and grows, increasing connectivity in all ways, the opportunity for cyber attacks, as well as the attack surface, also grows. Coupled with this, Cisco goes as far to suggest that many international cybercrime organizations understand networks better than those in the business. This often means that the cybercriminals have also identified network defenses, so when a breach occurs, it can take a very long time to identify and reverse it.


One of this week’s innovation talks at Cisco Live by senior vice presidents of Cisco, Bryan Palma and David Goeckeler focused on security innovations, and discussed how protection against cyber attacks can be implemented using “threat-centric security.” Universal connectivity comes with the requirement that companies take strategic steps to “reduce complexity and protect their environments from advanced threats,” they say. With this in mind, the talk focused on innovations in what they termed “threat-concentric security” that can help companies anticipate cyber attacks and guard against them. It also looked at the rapid pace of change in today’s IT market as well as the vital need to provide availability, as well as access and the required performance that today’s IoE economy demands.

Cisco has an advanced cyber threat defense solution that enables businesses to detect threats. It has also partnered with Lancope to offer the Lancope StealthWatch System as part of the Cisco solution, and Lancope’s technical engineer, Matt Robertson also headed a session this week that featured Cisco and highlighted ways to fend off advanced insider threats and external attacks.

Andrew Wild, Lancope’s chief information security officer (CISO) was at the conference. He told CloudTweaks that Cisco’s innovation to use networks as sensors, highlighted the importance that networks should not simply be seen as attack points. Instead, he said, they are “the source of a huge amount of information and of significant investment, which is currently being underutilized as the primary threat identification and mitigation tool for today’s most insidious attacks.”

Cisco points out that the Ponemon Institute has released figures that show it takes on average 80 days to discover malicious attacks on networks, and 123 days to resolve them. In its annual report last year (2014), the company also stated that 100 percent of business networks Cisco teams had analyzed had traffic going to websites that hosted malware.

It’s no longer realistic to think that a strong perimeter defense will stop attacks,” says Wild. Instead of focusing on how to keep attackers out, enterprises should be asking what is the quickest way to identify ongoing attacks and mitigate their damage.

Organizations have already spent millions on building out robust, highly-scalable worldwide networks. Now is the time to leverage this investment and empower it to protect itself. “The Network as a Sensor model allows enterprises to activate the network to obtain constant, pervasive visibility and threat detection. All attacks must traverse the network to achieve their objective, and by using your Network as a Sensor, you are more likely to detect malicious activity that could lead to a major breach.

He said it was also possible to “mine your network” for context around who, what, when and where strange activities were happening on the network.

We believe the time is now for the Network as a Sensor to start shifting the balance of power towards those who should truly have the most information about their own networks.”

By Penny Swift

Intel Strengthens IOT Position With $16.7 Billion Acquisition

Intel Strengthens IOT Position With $16.7 Billion Acquisition

Intel Strengthens IOT Position With Acquisition

Enables New Classes of Products in High-Growth Data Center and Internet of Things Market Segments

SANTA CLARA, Calif. & SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) and Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced a definitive agreement under which Intel would acquire Altera for $54 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $16.7 billion.

The acquisition will couple Intel’s leading-edge products and manufacturing process with Altera’s leading field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology. The combination is expected to enable new classes of products that meet customer needs in the data center and Internet of Things (IoT) market segments. Intel plans to offer Altera’s FPGA products with Intel Xeon® processors as highly customized, integrated products. The companies also expect to enhance Altera’s products through design and manufacturing improvements resulting from Intel’s integrated device manufacturing model.

Intel’s growth strategy is to expand our core assets into profitable, complementary market segments,” said Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel. “With this acquisition, we will harness the power of Moore’s Law to make the next generation of solutions not just better, but able to do more. Whether to enable new growth in the network, large cloud data centers or IoT segments, our customers expect better performance at lower costs. This is the promise of Moore’s Law and it’s the innovation enabled by Intel and Altera joining forces. We look forward to working with the talented team at Altera to deliver this value to our customers and stockholders.”

Given our close partnership, we’ve seen firsthand the many benefits of our relationship with Intel—the world’s largest semiconductor company and a proven technology leader, and look forward to the many opportunities we will have together,” said John Daane, President, CEO and Chairman of Altera. “We believe that as part of Intel we will be able to develop innovative FPGAs and system-on-chips for our customers in all market segments. Together, we expect to drive meaningful value for our customers, partners and employees around the world. This is an exciting transaction that provides immediate and significant value to our stockholders. We look forward to working closely with the Intel team to ensure a smooth transition and complete the transaction as quickly as possible.

Altera will become an Intel business unit to facilitate continuity of existing and new customer sales and support. Intel plans to continue support and development for Altera’s ARM-based and power management product lines.

The transaction is expected to be accretive to Intel’s non-GAAP EPS and free cash flow in the first year after close. Intel intends to fund the acquisition, which is expected to close within six to nine months, with a combination of cash from the balance sheet and debt.

The transaction has been unanimously approved by the Intel and Altera Boards of Directors and is subject to certain regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions, including the approval of Altera’s stockholders.

J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and Rothschild Inc. are serving as financial advisors and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP are serving as legal advisors to Intel. Goldman, Sachs & Co. is serving as the exclusive financial advisor to Altera and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Professional Corporation, is serving as legal advisor to Altera.

For more information, investors are encouraged to visit, which will be used by Intel and Altera to disclose information about the transaction and comply with Regulation FD.

Transaction Discussion Webcast

Intel will hold a public webcast at 7:00 a.m. PT (10:00 a.m. ET) today to discuss the transaction. The webcast and a copy of the webcast presentation materials can be found on Intel’s Investor Relations website at The live webcast can also be accessed in the United States at 1-866-383-8009 and outside the United States at +1-617-597-5342 with the passcode 99323762. A webcast replay and a copy of the webcast presentation materials will also be available at

About Intel

Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. As a leader in corporate responsibility and sustainability, Intel also manufactures the world’s first commercially available “conflict-free” microprocessors. Additional information about Intel is available at and, and about Intel’s conflict-free efforts at

About Altera

Altera® programmable solutions enable designers of electronic systems to rapidly and cost effectively innovate, differentiate and win in their markets. Altera offers FPGA, SoC, CPLD, and complementary technologies, such as power solutions to provide high-value solutions to customers worldwide. Visit Altera at


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