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Oracle and Intel to demo network performance
(InfotechLead, March 26, 2015)
Australia's Covata strikes partnership deal with Cisco
(Telecoms.com, March 26, 2015)
Amazon Brings Ultra-Fast Delivery To DFW
(CBS News, March 26, 2015)
Senate Passes Resolution for National Strategy on Internet of Things
(Next Gov, March 25, 2015)
Global average internet speeds grow to 4.5 Mbps: Akamai
(ZDNet, March 25, 2015)
Arbor Networks, Cisco collaborate on DDoS protection
(ZDNet, March 25, 2015)
HP, EC launch public sector cloud pilots in several European cities
(Business Cloud News, March 25, 2015)
Say What? Samsung could introduce flexible phones as early as next year
(Dallas Business Journal, March 25, 2015)
Sprint MVNO targeting seniors offers access to doctors
(Fierce Wireless, March 25, 2015)
Treasury official: Cyber crime is a major threat
(The Hill, March 25, 2015)
Google Fiber heading to Salt Lake City
(CNN Money, March 24, 2015)
Intuit acquires Playbook HR for QuickBooks Online Self-Employed
(ZDNet, March 24, 2015)
HP Helion Rack delivers pre-built cloud infrastructure based on OpenStack and Cloud Foundry
(V3.co.uk, March 24, 2015)
Samsung SDS, Oracle in alliance for Chinese market
(Korea Times, March 24, 2015)
Cisco Introduces New Collaboration Solutions For Mobile, Office Customers
(Talkin' Cloud, March 24, 2015)

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Jeff Carlisle
LightSquared
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Randy Dove
HP
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Leigh Freund
AOL
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Christopher Long
Washington Resource Associates
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Jason Mahler
Oracle
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Tekedra Mawakana
Yahoo!
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Bernie McKay
Intuit
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AT&T Services, Inc.
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Brent Thompson
Expedia, Inc.
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Bobby Thompson
Visa Inc.
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Nate Tibbits
Qualcomm
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Cisco Systems
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Akamai
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Amazon
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