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Iguana at Dell Tech Summit EMEA 2016

From August 23 to August 26 2016,  Dell Tech Summit EMEA take place in Barcelona for the annual meet-up about DELL solutions and technologies. Iguana Worldwide as a premium partner participated in the event. Clair Vyvyan, VP EMEA Dell after a quick update on market activity to introduced new storage solutions and facilities of cross-platform migrations. Iguana

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At WWDC 2016, Molotov.tv partners with Apple!

Molotov, the new OTT television distribution platform created by French media veterans JeanDavid Blanc, Pierre Lescure and Jean-Marc Denoual, announced today that the new service will publicly launch this summer on July 11, 2016. JeanDavid Blanc commented : « After months of hard work, user tests and analyses, we are very pleased to offer a

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This month in “l’informaticien” June 2016

The newspaper “L’informaticien”  June 2016 write a special article about «  Deezer Infrastructure. Behind music, redundancy ». Find an extract here : “The outsourcing choice is logical at the time, Iguana work on DailyMotion and thus knows the problems of streaming and encoding. Very quickly, a partnership is tied with Deezer” We worked together for nine years..

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Iguana in IT for Business

The IT Business newspaper in April 2016 write a special folder “Deezer outsources its high availability infrastructure to Iguana Worldwide.” See an excerpt of it: “Iguana Worldwide is the origin of many recommendations, including on the part servers, and works with us from the beginning on optimizing our infrastructure They also participate in the reflection, changing practices

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Open Compute Project include Google initiative

The Open Compute Project is a project that aims to share and collaborate on technologies used in the area of deployment and use of data centers in order to improve the functioning infrastructure, standardize innovations. This project is for 5 years at the initiative of Facebook.   The Open Compute Project, aims to improve the

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