Rackspace Awards Platinum to Troux and 4 Chip and Big Data Stocks in Focus

Broadcom Corp. (NASDAQ:BRCM) CEO Scott McGregor has warned about the increase in the Cost-per-transistor at the 20- and 14nm generations, during its comments at the company’s annual analyst day. However, the company intends to “judiciously” drive additional products to newer nodes next year as it releases its first LTE chips, while preparing for a push into integrated applications processors.

QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM): Sony Mobile (NYSE:SNE) hopes to test samples of MediaTek’s quad-core chip MT6589, according to Want China Times, who also stated that this decision is important for MediaTek since it assists the company in challenging Qualcomm’s dominance in the mobile phone chip market.

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Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (NYSE:RAX): Today, Troux, who is the global leader in Enterprise Portfolio Management (AMEX:EPM) and Enterprise Architecture (NASDAQ:EA) software, made the announcement that they were able to gian Platinum Partner status via cloud computing leader Rackspace® Hosting Partner Network. The agreement has been designed as a way to raise targeted exposure and reputation for both companies.

EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) has stated that Paragon Legal Technology Support, a provider of advanced litigation support services for law firms and corporations, has replaced its NetApp storage environment withEMC(®) Isilon(®) scale-out storage as a way to manage its Big Data requirements. EMC Isilon assisted Paragon in the acceleration of the collection of forensic evidence and streamline the company’s e-discovery projects. Furthermore, it also gave Paragon the scalability necessary to rapidly grow its expanding cloud-based business.

Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ:STX) posted a statement on its Facebook page claiming that it has intentions to investigate a Facebook posting by one of its employees, apparently describing Singaporeans as ‘rotten’.

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