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Microsoft has announced a new managed PaaS service that will provide enterprises secure and seamless RDP and SSH access to virtual machines directly through the Azure Portal. Called Azure Bastion, the new service has been designed as an additional safeguard for the organizations that don’t want to connect to Azure VMs through public internet connections, as it can sometimes lead to the security and connectivity issues. “Azure Bastion is a new managed PaaS service that provides seamless RDP and SSH connectivity to your virtual machines over the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This is completed without any exposure of the public IPs on your virtual machines,” Yousef Khalidi, Microsoft wrote in a blog post. “Azure Bastion provisions directly in your Azure Virtual Network, providing bastion host or jump server as-a-service and integrated connectivity to all virtual machines in your virtual networking using RDP/SSH directly from and through your browser and the Azure portal experience. This…
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Cloudflare has launched a new virtual private network (VPN) called Warp, which the company calls “a VPN for people who don’t know what V.P.N. stands for”. On the same day last year, Cloudflare had launched a new DNS service called 1.1.1.1 to deliver internet’s fastest and private internet experience to the customers. Now, the company is taking the next step with the launch of Warp. The new solution promises to turn the weaknesses of other VPN solutions into strengths. Rather than just securing and optimizing DNS queries, the Warp VPN will secure all the internet traffic and optimize it. This VPN not only works in web browsers but also applies to all the apps running in the phone. Once enabled, it will automatically encrypt all the unencrypted connections. “We’ve built Warp around a UDP-based protocol that is optimized for the mobile Internet. We also leveraged Cloudflare’s massive global network, allowing Warp to connect with servers within milliseconds of most the world’s Internet…
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Inspur is expanding its AI (artificial intelligence) computing portfolio from the cloud data center to edge computing, with the launch of new AI server. Called Inspur NE5250M5, the new AI server will feature two NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs or six NVIDIA T4 GPUs. Inspur NE5250M5 will be useful for most of the compute-intensive AI applications. These applications can include autonomous vehicles, smart cities, and smart homes. Moreover, it will also enable 5G edge applications like internet of things (IoT), MEC and NFV. To enable these applications, the new AI server will feature a telecom server form factor. This form factor will be 2U tall, 430mm deep, and 19 inches wide. Since the design of new server is about half the depth of the traditional standard server, it can be directly installed with telecom servers on the CT data center. “This NE5250M5 is the latest example of Inspur’s commitment to providing a diverse array of cutting-edge AI computing power—from the cloud…
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Targeted at web hosts, site builders, domain registrars and web professionals, the logo builder is touted as the first of its kind with its wholesale focus. Cathect Technologies, founded by Shridhar Luthria the former head of ResellerClub and LogicBoxes, recently launched its first product Logotron on the WHMCS Marketplace. “Hosting providers today know that their SMB customers are using several different web products like logo builders, email marketing, or even CRMs and HR tools. Unfortunately, there are no providers out there that offer a meaningful way to resell these types of products. They don’t have the right integration options or even the right margins that make sense for B2B partners. This is the gap we’re trying to fill.” said Shridhar. Keeping this gap in mind, Logotron has been built as the world’s first Logo Builder with API and WHMCS integration options, boasts of being margin rich, and completely white-labelled. Also read: Create more value for your customers with an…
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Amsterdam, NL – QuadraNet Enterprises, LLC. has internationally expanded their list of data center locations and is now providing services out of their new 39,000 square-foot facility in Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands.

This European-based data center features fail-safe power infrastructure that allows for clients to receive fully-conditioned raised-floor space with a 100% power uptime service level guarantee; ideal for businesses looking to expand to Europe, or migrate infrastructure from an existing European data center. With access to the major region-based internet exchanges like AMS-IX and NL-ix, you are assured that network connectivity options are optimal and diverse within QuadraNet’s new Amsterdam facility.


The growing list of amenities for colocation clients within the data center include access to QuadraNet’s 24×7 remote hands, break room, loaner tools, crash carts, work kiosks, WiFi, conference room access, free adjacent parking, and more.

QuadraNet’s Global Sales Manager, Dustin B. Cisneros comments, “Our new Amsterdam data center marks QuadraNet’s initial roadmap expansion into Europe. This facility allows us to reach new markets and extends the delivery of our full suite of data center solutions. We look forward to providing our colocation, dedicated servers, cloud services, and managed hosting solutions to the European market in an unprecedented way.”

A centrally connected location was a strong consideration in QuadraNet’s expansion into Europe. “We chose to start with Amsterdam based upon client feedback and the high-demand we’ve seen”, Cisneros elaborates, “The quantity of quality network carriers on-net in this facility, enhanced by with our Noction-based network optimization will be a truly satisfying experience for our clientele. In addition, QuadraNet will now deliver its premium services directly from Europe! We have set a high standard in offering our data center services without compromise, and this new Amsterdam facility delivers these expectations flawlessly.”

QuadraNet’s Amsterdam facility fulfills OHSAS 18001, SOC 1 Type 2, PCI DSS, SOC 2 Type 2, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, ISO27001, and ISO 50001 certification requirements; meeting and exceeding sought-out compliance requirements for even the most stringent industries. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Colocation, Cloud, DDoS Protection, and Managed Hosting solutions are immediately available for deployment in QuadraNet’s Amsterdam datacenter location.

About QuadraNet
QuadraNet Enterprises, LLC., since 2001, has long been a leader in hosting and data center solutions as a telecommunications provider in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. QuadraNet has grown to become one of the largest providers of dedicated servers, colocation, cloud hosting, and bandwidth services. In additional to Los Angeles, QuadraNet has expanded to offer services to major metropolitan areas such as: Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, Secaucus, New Jersey, Seattle, Washington, and Amsterdam, Netherlands. With a team of highly-skilled professionals that are passionate and excel at designing and implementing the perfect solution for clients and their businesses, QuadraNet has a chief focus on providing consistent and exceptional service and support. Facilities and services are staff and monitored around-the-clock to assist with everything from routine memory upgrades to advanced systems troubleshooting.

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Jakarta, Indonesia – Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, today launched a second data center in Indonesia to double its local capacity. The company also announced the Internet Champion Global Accelerator Program at today’s “Hello Indonesia 2019” event to empower local enterprises and talents, contributing to Indonesia’s 2020 Go Digital Vision.

Driven by strong customer demand, the opening of the second data center came only ten months after the first. Alibaba Cloud is the only global public cloud platform with local data centers in Indonesia. The two centers will provide high availability and strengthen disaster recovery capabilities, allowing customers to deploy mission-critical workloads in multiple availability zones and switch over within seconds. Alibaba Cloud now has 55 availability zones across 19 regions worldwide.


The two centers offer a comprehensive suite of products and services, ranging from elastic computing, database service, networking, storage, security, and middleware, to solutions that address vertical industry challenges. With strong demand for big data and analytic solutions from Indonesian enterprises, Alibaba Cloud has already launched Machine Learning for AI and, later this month will offer elastic search to provide real-time search, data analysis, and visualization capabilities. Alibaba Cloud has also launched Smart Access Gateway (SAG), an SD-WAN solution to provide a one-stop cloud connectivity solution for public cloud and hybrid cloud environments.

“The Digital Economy Vision of Indonesia sets out a clear direction for our future development. Our goal is to foster new decacorn and unicorn, accelerate the growth of at least 1,000 startups, and help at least 8 million people in the traditional farming and fishing industries, as well as SMEs, to go digital,” said H.E. Rudiantara, Minister of Communications and Information of Indonesia.

“With better connectivity and a fast-growing digital community, the Indonesian market presents enormous opportunities to both local and global enterprises,” said Leon Chen, General Manager of Singapore and Indonesia, Alibaba Cloud. “By doubling our data center capacity and launching the Internet Champion Global Accelerator Program in Indonesia, we aim to further build the cloud ecosystem and talent pool for Indonesia.”

The newly launched Alibaba Cloud Internet Champion Global Accelerator Program echoes the Indonesian Government’s digital ambition by providing training, mentorship, and venture capital opportunities to enterprises and professionals. Following its initial launch in Indonesia, it will gradually roll out to other global markets. Alibaba Cloud kicked off the program in Jakarta by giving 300 professionals from start-ups and enterprises an introduction to e-commerce technology, using Alibaba Group’s Double 11 Global Shopping Festival as a case study. The accelerator program will go to Bali on January 12 to further connect with more than 200 professionals and students.

Alibaba Cloud also continues to strengthen its local channel network with partners such as PT IndoInternet, PT Blue Power Technology and PT Sistech Kharisma. Today, Alibaba Cloud announced a strategic partnership with PT IndoInternet as the distributor of its full range of cloud computing products and services.

“We are very pleased to work with Alibaba Cloud. Reliable and cost-effective products and services are highly sought-after in our market as it expands. Serving as a distributor of Alibaba Cloud not only helps us meet increasing market demand but also enables local resellers to improve their product knowledge and service standards,” said David Tandianus, Director, PT IndoInternet.

About Alibaba Cloud
Established in 2009, Alibaba Cloud (www.alibabacloud.com), the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, is among the world’s top three IaaS providers according to Gartner, and the largest provider of public cloud services in China, according to IDC. Alibaba Cloud provides a comprehensive suite of cloud computing services to businesses worldwide, including merchants doing business on Alibaba Group marketplaces, start-ups, corporations and government organizations. Alibaba Cloud is the official Cloud Services Partner of the International Olympic Committee.

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