With a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, UTSA will tackle one of the 21st century’s imminent concerns: securing the cloud.
Cogeco Peer 1 is intent on challenging major market competitors – including Rackspace.
The deal that made headlines in late August is now official: Apollo Global Management purchased Rackspace Hosting Inc. for $4.3 billion.
Rackspace prides itself on its Fanatical Support.
Starting in the 1980s, the federal government began to convert its vast secretarial pool from IBM electric typewriters to desktop computers.
What do Amazon’s chief web architect, a U.S. Homeland Security network director, the Rackspace chief technology officer, and UTSA’s vice president for research have in common?
For the naysayers of 2014 who predicted the demise or departure of Rackspace, saying it couldn’t remain competitive in the expanding cloud universe from its San Antonio base, Thursday’s announcement that Intel and Rackspace are teaming up to create an “OpenStack Innovation Center” in San Antonio should allay any lingering doubts.
This Thursday will be a big day for the local tech community as Techstars unveils its latest lineup of 10 startup companies to the public – and investors – at the Aztec Theatre.
The University of Texas at San Antonio announced the creation of the Open Cloud Institute on Thursday, taking the university one step closer to its aspiration to become a tech-driven Tier One research university. The “institute,” at this stage more of an initiative, will develop degree programs in cloud computing and big data.
Editor’s note: This overview of Rackspace includes the first part of a two-part interview with Taylor Rhodes, who was promoted to president of Rackspace in January.