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Clearwire to Launch WiMAX Innovation Network to Silicon Valley Developers

The WiMAX Innovation Network will initially cover more than 20 square miles in Silicon Valley and bring 4G wireless service to campuses of some of the world’s leading technology innovators. For more information, please see the Press Release….

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Today, Everything Changes

…details behind this amazing launch of the Unified Computing SystemHindsight 20/20?Now in hindsight, more of this innovation begins to make sense as it all gets tied together quite well with the Unified Computing System. Jimmy Ray and I were extremely impressed with depth of innovation that went into this. The UCS was not a bunch of networking folks trying to come up with a way to tie your network more tightly into your compute and storage resour…

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Will Innovation Lead Us Out of the Economic Crisis?

In a recent interview with Business Week, Amar Bhidé, Lawrence D. Glaubinger Professor of Business, Columbia University, had this to say when asked if the current economic weakness is going to inspire more innovation, and result in a positive outcome from the crisis: It’s going to be positive in two respects. One is that [recession] is often a stimulus for the adoption of new technologies. The decade of highest productivity growth in the 2…

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Independence with clouds is the way to innovation

…and placed applications and computing power into the hands of users in the form of personal computer. How many innovations have come from people who think a little differently working in their garage or after hours in the office?But we are slowly falling back into the days of centralized controlling IT. With the wondrous innovations of web based services, applications are moving more centralized again. No longer can I install an application…

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Standing on the shoulders of giants: Promoting innovation through active collaboration

I was reading Matthew’s Blog and John Donne’s famous meditation XVII and what stuck me is the universality of the statement, devoid of any religion. What is also striking is the parallel that we can draw from something so seemingly philosophical to our current efforts around collaboration and open technologies, where the community comes together as a microcosm to collectively promote innovation No company can afford to be an island….

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