NJ-Connect Headlines for June Featuring: WHIPTAIL, AMCEST, Datapipe, iSpeech and Kubisys

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WHIPTAIL VP of Corporate Development Al Jennings | WHIPTAIL

(NJTechWeekly.com will be publishing a monthly roundup of selected, relevant stories that appeared on NJ-Connect, a website developed by the NJ-Connect Meetup group in Red Bank. The website aims to fulfill the same objectives of that group: raise awareness for technology companies and professionals in New Jersey and create a forum for those individuals and organizations to connect. These stories were published in June, 2013.)

WHIPTAIL’s ACCELA Flash Storage Completes Cisco Interoperability Testing

By Samantha Tartas

WHIPPANY – ACCELA, WHIPTAIL’s flash storage array has successfully completed interoperability testing, earlier this week.

“Becoming verified by Cisco helps to further validate our vision as we continue to build powerful flash arrays that allow customers to more efficiently perform critical business functions,” said AJ Jennings, Vice President of Corporate Development at WHIPTAIL. “This announcement is vital to solidifying WHIPTAIL’s position in the market, and we look forward to continuing to deliver advanced flash storage units.”

AMCEST Partners with EmergenSee to Provide Global Monitoring Service

By Megan Morreale

ROSELLE – AMCEST signed a distribution agreement with EmergenSee in order to provide a global monitoring service accessible through mobile devices, such as the iPhone and iPad.

EmergenSee creates mobile personal response technology, which helps to turn phones and tablets into personal security systems.

This signed agreement with AMCEST, a New Jersey based corporation that provides alarm and emergency monitoring service, will give EmergenSee a central monitoring station, allowing them to provide a global monitoring service to their clients.

Datapipe and Verne Global Partner to Provide Green HPC Cloud for U.S., U.K.

By Megan Morreale

JERSEY CITY – Datapipe announced the availability of their Stratosphere HPC green cloud platform in Iceland, made possible through their recent partnership with Verne Global.

The cloud is to be delivered from Verne’s global data center campus in Iceland, allowing companies to enable green programs that are good for the environment and good for their bottom line.

Datapipe’s Stratosphere HPC cloud platform provides on-demand scalability and high security for clients, as well as SSD storage without “noisy neighbor” problems, which are typical of shared storage platforms.

“Power availability and costs are becoming two of the leading constraints for HPC clouds and clusters,” said Jeff Monroe, CEO of Verne Global. “Together, Verne Global and Datapipe are meeting these challenges with the first truly green HPC cloud for the European and North American markets.”

iSpeech Pairs with Voyager Learning to Bring Online Interactive Math Intervention

By Samantha Tartas

NEWARK – iSpeech is a developer of speech recognition solutions including mobile applications to “speech-enable the web and the world.” The company recently paired with Voyager Learning for its latest online interactive math intervention for students in grades 2-8. iSpeech’s text-to-speech technology now provides support in English and Spanish to alleviate the struggle that math students face with reading.

“Through our continuing collaboration with Cambium Learning Group and Voyager Learning, we’ve expanded our text-to-speech solutions into the most essential areas of education—using our voice technology to empower learning, expand minds, and make education more accessible,” said Heath Ahrens , chief executive officer of iSpeech.

Kubisys Receives Four Awards since 2011, Singled Out as a “Game Changer” for IT Operations

By Samantha Tartas

POMPTON LAKES – Kubisys and its Thin Capture solution have won four awards since 2011, with its most recent for “Most Innovative Technology Vendor” at the Midsize Enterprise Summit East 2012.

Kubisys addresses a problem most enterprises struggle with. Its Thin Capture technology is the first commercially available product that rapidly replicates production environments. Through its proprietary software, enterprises can now create true staging environments, thus decreasing time-to-market, facilitate compliance, and promote agile deployment with significantly reduced risks.

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