Novacoast Acquires Data Technique

June 2011
UNIX Update;Jun2011, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p7
Trade Publication
The article announces that Novacoast, Inc. has acquired Data Technique, Inc. (DTI) that has core competencies including virtualization, access and identity management and cloud computing. It mentions that new experience and additional skill sets can be provided by DTI to Novocoast including is ConneXcloud product. It also notes that the merger could provide the needs of customers for Intelligent Workload Management in environments including physical, virtual and cloud computing.


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