Archive for July 6th, 2009

Sprint could offer enterprise femto

Sprint (NYSE:S) was the first US operator to launch a commercial femtocell service. It was the first to make the femtocell available to MVNO and wholesale partners. And it just may become the first operator to offer an enterprise femtocell to its business customers. more

New rules for a cloud-based world

“We raised $3 million, and we’re effectively an infrastructure company,” James Lindenbaum, co-founder and CEO of Heroku, said at last month’s Structure show, seemingly in half-disbelief.

San Francisco-based Heroku is a hosting and platform provider that helps app developers create, test and deploy their apps more easily. It offers a choice of dedicated and shared resources, making use of Amazon’s flexible cloud-computing platform. And as highlighted by that quote from its CEO, it’s one of a growing number of startups dismantling traditional notions of infrastructure and services in a cloud-based world. One more mortal roasting meat over fire stolen from Mount Olympus. more

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