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Zayo enhances on-demand London cloud presence with AWS connection agreement

Zayo has taken another move to enhance its standing in London's growing cloud market by adding Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect portfolio to its Quick Connect portfolio.

NTT Communications, Dell craft new on-demand cloud pact

NTT Communications and Dell have entered into a partnership where the service provider will give the computing company's customers access to its self-managed cloud solution.

CenturyLink serves up cloud cost estimator tool for channel partners

CenturyLink is adding a cloud services estimator to its portfolio, a new feature that will allow its channel partner customers to get a better handle on the cloud service spending that they broker for their business clients.

IBM partners with Kaltura to power Turner's multiscreen play in Latin America

Over-the-top service provider Kaltura and IBM are providing platform and infrastructure support to Turner Broadcasting as it launches an authenticated multiscreen service in Latin America and Brazil. The partnership is IBM's first hybrid cloud services foray into the media and entertainment industry.

Equinix integrates Apigee's API platform into its Cloud Exchange

Equinix has tapped Apigee to provide it with application provider interfaces (API) for its Cloud Exchange platform, which gives application developers on-demand access to multiple clouds from multiple networks.

Comparing Comcast and Charter's different approaches to user guides

Comcast and Charter Communications have been actively rolling out new cloud-based user guides for their users, but their approaches vary widely.

Charter and Comcast: Illustrating two very different approaches to the program-guide challenge

It is now imperative for pay-TV operators to offer their customers slick user interfaces that intuitively help them search and surface programming among a vast selection of content choices that is becoming increasingly atomized.

Cable's Yin and Yang: Comparing Comcast and Charter's different approaches to user guides

In Tim Burton's wildly inventive 1985 comedy Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, the title character spends most of the film trying to reclaim his stolen bike, a frilly, pimped out, elaborately customized 1941 Schwinn Pullman, somewhat grandiosely monikered the "X1."

Telstra taps into government cloud opportunity

Telstra has hatched a plan to build a cloud-based environment targeting the needs of Australia's federal, state and local government agencies.

Telus serves up cloud-based collaboration, contact services

Telus is enhancing its movement into the cloud services segment by offering its Canadian business customers two new cloud-based services focused on contact center and collaboration applications.