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Decentralized-DevNet-released-into-the-wild-from-SKALE-Labs

Decentralized DevNet released into the wild from SKALE Labs


Friday, August 23, 2019 by

SKALE Labs announced the launch of the Fuji DevNet. The Fuji Devnet is a decentralized DevNet that is run by a global community of validators. It will go live with partnerships including top validators Blockware, Certus.One, Chorus One, Dokia, Figment Networks, Hashed, Staked, StakewithUs, and Stake X, as well as key infrastructure player Bison Trails. “It&rsqu...


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What game developers can learn from Fortnite's rise


Friday, December 28, 2018 by

Fortnite took over the video game world in 2018 and reached over $1 billion in sales, reaching every gaming fan with experiences on all the major consoles, mobile operating systems and even streaming platforms like Twitch. However, Fortnite seems to have reached a plateau with a recent study by StreamElements revealing viewership of the game has steadily declined since ...


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The evolution of APMs


Wednesday, September 27, 2017 by

The World Wide Web became publicly available in August of 1991. Within a few years, PCs became an essential household item and short after it was already clear that the existing infrastructure was not made to scale. Web pages featuring "404 error" codes were a common aggravating  flow in the user experience.To help the web scale and ease user frustration, CDN (Cont...


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HP Enterprise opens up about StormRunner Load and DevOps in the cloud


Tuesday, January 3, 2017 by

HP Enterprise recently announced the availability of HPE StormRunner Load on the AWS Marketplace. StormRunner Load is one of the first solutions to support SaaS Subscriptions on AWS Marketplace, and will help developers strengthen the quality and delivery of applications via a simple, intuitive and highly scalable platform.    In-short, it's a a cl...


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Cambium Networks jailbreaks first wireless broadband network


Wednesday, December 7, 2016 by

Cambium Networks has announced ePMP Elevate, a software solution allowing outdoor wireless broadband networks to gain the signature capabilities of Cambium Networks’ ePMP platform, including frequency reuse enabled by GPS Synchronization and Smart Beamforming, even on non-Cambium Networks 802.11n-based hardware.  As it becomes increasingly important for wireless ne...


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Wireless Networks, SSL, Content Delivery Networks: What You Need to Know


Thursday, August 18, 2016 by

Everything and everyone is going mobile. We all hear it every day. We see people wondering around parks looking for Pokémon. Increasingly, we see people using mobile devices to replace desktops and laptops professionally. How are architectures for application performance evolving to keep up with the shift to mobile? Let’s look at two trends that are conspiring...


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Why Fast Loading Apps and Mobile Websites are Totally Different Beasts to Tame


Friday, March 11, 2016 by

It’s becoming somewhat passé to trumpet the gentle fading of the mobile web, as defined by browser-based activity, while simultaneously heralding the clear-cut triumph of apps as the dominant center of mobile user engagement. Certainly the facts bear it out: separate studies by comScore, Flurry Analytics and Forrester Research have found that mobile users spend bet...


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DevCon5 Will Delve Into HTML5 Concepts, Tools and Design in New York July 20 22


Tuesday, April 28, 2015 by

DevCon5 provides attendees with thought leadership on HTML5 concepts, tools and design best practices as well to provide insights into leveraging HTML5 to ensure a superior user experience through JavaScript frameworks, user metrics, responsive design, web services and more.The event will feature cross platform development experts and providing insight into the best app...


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Kwicr Helps App Publishers Increase Mobile App Performance Across Networks


Thursday, April 2, 2015 by

Kwicr is helping developers overcome issues of app performance with its new Mobile Delivery Network (MDN), recently released out of beta. Delivered as a cloud-based service, Kwicr’s MDN provides mobile developers with the ability to directly impact the performance of their apps across any cellular or Wi-Fi network on iOS and Android devices. Designed to complement ...


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New Relic Insight’s Platform to Provide Real Time Data for Mobile Apps


Friday, March 13, 2015 by

New Relic is extending its Insights’ platform capabilities beyond analyzing data from backend applications that run in a data center or in the cloud to now include real-time data generated by the mobile apps running on smartphones. The new functionality is currently in private beta.In addition to using data from the New Relic APM, New Relic Insights will be able to help...


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Basho Offers Amazon S3 Enhancements to Object Storage Software


Monday, August 11, 2014 by

Basho, the creator and developer of the Riak distributed NoSQL database, has introduced Riak CS 1.5 and Riak CS 1.5 Enterprise, Basho’s distributed object storage software. Riak CS (cloud storage) is open source software built on top of Riak, used to build public or private clouds, or, as storage to power applications and services. Riak CS 1.5 offers new ...


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Extending Back End Systems to the Real Time Web


Wednesday, July 2, 2014 by

The Web was first designed for a very simple task: to distribute documents to wide audiences, primarily in academia. The browser, a dumb document-rendering engine, was introduced to display these uploaded documents, and thus eliminate or minimize the need of installing and maintaining applications on clients. And lastly HTTP, the underlying communications protocol betwe...