Marvell CFO Clyde Hosein resigns; Austrian hosting provider offers free colocation

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> Edis, an Austria-based hosting provider is offering free colocation services for users of the Rasbperry Pi, a $35 credit card-sized computer. Article

> Verizon's smart grid security expert Ernie Hayden will participate on a panel at GridComms on Oct. 22 in London. Release

> Stream Global Services, a business process outsource (BPO) service provider, has initiated a process to enter into a new senior secured credit facility. Release

And finally … Clyde Hosein, chief financial officer of Marvell, has resigned to pursue other opportunities. Release

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