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    Thursday, November 15, 2012
    CacheIQ Acquired By NetApp
    Austin-based CacheIQ, the developer of caching products aimed at the file-based storage market, has been acquired by network attached storage (NAS) leader NetApp. Financial terms of the buy were not disclosed. NetApp disclosed the acquisition in its earnings for the quarter, saying the acquisition will provide it with intellectual property that extends its capabilities to support nondisruptive operations for e (More info...)

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    Apptricity Ties With GetThere On Travel and Expense Management
    Dallas-based Apptricity, a developer of enterprise resource and e-procurement software for the supply chain, said today that it has linked with GetThere, the provider of travel and online booking services to companies. The two said that they are offering a fully integrated expense management tool to Apptricity and GetThere customers. Financial details of the link were not disclosed. The companies said the (More info...)

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    CyrusOne Links With Dell To Service Oil & Gas Industry
    Carollton-based CyrusOne, the data center operator which is ownd by Cincinnati Bell, said today that it has partnered with Dell and R Systems to offer up enterprise, high performance computing (HPC) products. The companies said CyrusOne is using its Houston West colocation facility to house and enable a high performance computing service specifically aimed at the oil and gas industry. CyrusOne said it wi (More info...)

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    Tabbedout Launches Branded Offers
    Austin-based TabbedOut, the developer of mobile payment apps which let users run a tab on their phone at restaurants and bars, said today that it has launched a new branded offer feature in the Denver, Colorado market. The firm said it is launching its branded offers in Denver with brand Shiner Beer. Tabbedout said the brand is using its platform to provide instant, redeemable coupons and offers for customers, the first time it has offered up the ser (More info...)

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