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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
November 16, 2020

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: November 16, 2020. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.

News Flashes

ClearBlade, an industrial IoT platform and edge computing software company, plans to collaborate with IBM to deliver Edge IoT asset monitoring for near-real time asset management.

Luminex Software is expanding its EMEA operations with the opening of a Manchester-based office location. Luminex UK will function as the new hub for all sales and support activity across the region, including the build and shipment of the CGX, MVT, and MDI appliances, the sourcing of hardware expansion and repair inventory, local time-zone support staff, along with sales management and engineering for partner development and end-user project coordination.

Spectra Logic, a provider of data storage and data management solutions, has rolled out enhancements to StorCycle, its software solution for storage lifecycle management. With the latest release, StorCycle 3.2, new improvements ensure that an organization's data is identified, migrated, accessed, and protected on the right tier, at the right time, throughout its lifespan, providing maximum value to organizations that rely on data to drive their business.

Wipro Limited, a global information technology, consulting and business process services company, is expanding its IBM Hybrid Cloud Practice. Supported by technical experts from both organizations, the practice is expected to help Wipro customers modernize their digital operations across hybrid cloud environments by leveraging IBM Cloud Paks, containerized software running on Red Hat OpenShift.

News From SHARE

Before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, progress toward gender parity in the U.S. workplace was moving in the right direction, but as more companies strove to remain productive through remote work and other means, gender parity progress has slowed or halted, according to McKinsey's "Women in the Workplace 2020" report.