Driven by a surge in public infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) sales, the cloud service market grew 28 percent annually, according to a new Synergy Research report.
AT&T in conjunction with ONOS Project, PMC-Sierra and Sckipio will demonstrate a Central Office Re-architected as Data Center (CORD) proof-of-concept at the upcoming Open Networking Summit.
EarthLink says it will differentiate its Cloud Exchange service, one that allows business customers access to a wide range of cloud players, by offering better network management and monitoring capabilities.
Integra is making new executive appointments in its Integra Business and Electric Lightwave units, two moves that are part of the ongoing realignment of its top management ranks as it looks to advance into larger enterprise business service accounts.
T-Mobile US MVNO Solavei, which is seeking to emerge from bankruptcy protection in the next few weeks, plans to expand to Mexico and other Latin American markets later this year, according to CEO Ryan Wuerch. The company also plans to launch new offerings on its Solavei Marketplace program by the end of June.
Six months after T-Mobile US MVNO Solavei announced it was going to launch into a new phase of its development, the company said it filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan to merge with ASPIDER, a Netherlands-based Infrastructure as a Service provider that works with mobile operators. Terms of the deal remain confidential.
Zayo reported that its revenue rose 4 percent sequentially to $323.9 million in its second fiscal quarter. The news comes as the company plots for potential future growth via its recent acquisitions of IdeaTek and Latisys.
Zayo is continuing its ongoing buying spree to enhance its data center portfolio by reaching a deal to acquire colocation and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provider Latisys for $675 million.
Equinix has taken another step toward providing more cloud services to enterprises through its growing network of data centers by adding CloudSigma, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, to its Cloud Exchange.
While Amazon Web Services (AWS) may be the top cloud provider, it appears that its grip on the market is slipping while rivals Microsoft and IBM are driving new growth, according to Synergy Research Group.