4G and the Cloud : The Force Behind the AT&T and T-Mobile Acquisition.

I have been a T-Mobile customer for nearly a decade.  I have had very few complaints in that time.  I am a Technology Evangelist and I have watched with significant interest the development of the 4G network standards from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint/Nextel.  LTE and WiMax each have their prospective upsides and each has been heavily…


Windows Virtual PC

In our last discussion we talked about the differences between type 1 and type 2 hypervisors.  I told you that the type 2 hypervisor had some significant drawbacks because of the fact that there are 2 Hardware Abstraction Layers to deal with.  Performance will certainly be impacted, and Microsoft does not support infrastructure workloads running…


Hypervisors

Yesterday we talked about the fact that IBM had single handedly created the world of virtualization.  The single biggest innovation that drove virtualization was the creation of the hypervisor.  Recall that when IBM wanted to run additional operating systems on their mainframe computers there were some limitations with the supervisor code on the hardware and…


Bettering Medical Science with the Microsoft Cloud

I love Medicine!  For years I was certain that i wanted to be a doctor.  I loved research!  I did an interview with Pat Filoteo and he shared some absolutely amazing stuff that he has worked on around enzyme mapping and the Microsoft Cloud.  He also talks about the costs and time associated with this…


How the Microsoft Cloud is Changing the World. (And Mars Too!)

While I was at TechEd I had the opportunity to interview Patrick Butler Monterde.  He has done some of the most interesting work that I know of using the Microsoft Cloud and some of our key partners such as NASA.  The interview went public today!  Enjoy watching it and have fun working on evaluating the…