VMware Rolls Out vFabric GemFire 7.0 and 4 Chip and Big Data Stocks on the Move

Broadcom Corp. (NASDAQ:BRCM) used today to announce cable innovations that will drive new TV and broadband experiences in China, which pushes the next phase of next generation broadband. As two-way cable networks throughout China are deployed, cable operators are attempting to provide a more connected, Internet-based TV and broadband experience to subscribers. This shows the company’s commitment to innovating cable networks in China, and Broadcom combines a consistent home software platform, key home networking standards support, and Chinese security standard integration providing an Internet-based, connected home environment in China.

QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM): The CIO of Qualcomm, Norm Fjeldheim, successfully bucked the standard trend.  He chose an iterative, agile development process in a few areas, and others focused on the traditional waterfall method, indicating a less iterative, stricter-staged development process.  Fjeldheim mentions that it would be inappropriate to standardize on one method over another in his situation. Also, he has not developed a single PMO overseeing all projects and methodology, but instead, each group associated with different divisions of the company are able to set up their own PMOs.
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ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH) will release new 64-bit Opterons in 2014, which leverages different architecture to its current complex instruction set computer (CISC) x86 architecture, which is ARM Holdings plc’s lowered instruction set computer (RISC) ARM architecture.

Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (NYSE:RAX) has begun a new networking service enabling its users to create hybrid clouds or tiers of virtualized networks able to be managed by customers depending upon their needs or priorities. The offering, which has been named Cloud Networks, allows its customers to use software-defined networking technology as a means to build their own clouds on Rackspace’s OpenStack platform. Clouds Networks allows cloud customers to create more flexible, secure, private clouds running Web applications or database servers on an isolated network. Additionally, the service allows its users to manage their applications in the network and control computing and storage needs.

VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) released the version 7.0 of its vFabric GemFire distributed data management in-memory platform, and the vendor stated that it is faster and more flexible than before, which allows users to process huge data volumes and scale within the cloud as a means to satisfy the needs of users. The product, which was currently deployed in nearly 1,000 businesses in financial services, online retail and travel, is currently available. The GemFire 7.0 technology, popular with mobile and web developers, possesses new tools which may be able to ease monitoring and management, and it offers native support for JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) documents. VMware designed it for low latency to provide fast, available, and scalable data access in high transactional applications, letting businesses run apps more quickly than with a traditional database.

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