About Hyperion Software
Developer of a family of network-based business information software products for large multi-division or multi-location companies worldwide. The product line provides executives, managers, and analysts with the capability to collect, process, easily access, and analyze critical business information in a timely manner using networked personal computers. The business information software products are based on leading and emerging network and software technologies for PCs and are designed for specific applications providing enhanced performance, flexibility, ease of use, and low maintenance.
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Nov 16, 2022
ICANN invests in Africa for safer and faster internet access The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is deploying a new ICANN Managed Root Server cluster in Nairobi, Kenya. 2 min read ICANN announced that the organization is deploying a new ICANN Managed Root Server cluster in Nairobi, Kenya. The new IMRS cluster will help improve DNS infrastructure in the region and provide higher bandwidth and data processing capacity. ICANN stated that there are five IMRS clusters in the world and three additional IMRS clusters will be installed in the next two years. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers , a global non-profit organization that coordinates the Domain Name System (DNS) and plays a key role in ensuring a global, interoperable, and secure Internet, announced that the organization is deploying a new ICANN Managed Root Server cluster in Nairobi, Kenya in cooperation with its regional partners to provide faster access to services on the Internet and better protection from cyberattacks for internet users in Africa. Managed Root Server cluster With the new IMRS cluster, ICANN is improving the DNS infrastructure in the region. ICANN stated that it is important to stimulate Internet access and strengthen Internet stability and it will reduce the impact of potential cyberattacks across Africa. The higher bandwidth and data processing capacity provided by the IMRS clusters helps alleviate the effects of a DDoS attack, which is one of the most common types of attacks. Göran Marby, President and CEO of ICANN The new IMRS cluster will also ensure that internet queries will be answered within the region from now on. Thus, it reduces the dependence on networks and servers in other regions. It also improves national and regional resiliency by helping root server traffic stay local. According to the announcement, currently, there are five IMRS clusters in the world, two in North America, one in Europe, one in Asia, and the newest one in Africa. Three additional IMRS clusters will be installed in the next two years. Göran Marby, President and CEO of ICANN said, « Improving users’ access to the Internet in Africa, and their safety while using it, is part of ICANN’s mission to help make the Internet more secure, stable, and resilient across the world. The installation of this new IMRS cluster would not have been possible without the participation of the local community. We are grateful to the Kenyan government for its support and commitment to advancing Internet accessibility across Africa. » Erdem Yasar is a news editor at Cloud7 News. Erdem started his career by writing video game reviews in 2007 for PC World magazine while he was studying computer engineering. In the following years, he focused on software development with various programming languages. After his graduation, he continued to work as an editor for several major tech-related websites and magazines. During the 2010s, Erdem Yasar shifted his focus to cloud computing, hosting, and data centers as they were becoming more popular topics in the tech industry. Erdem Yasar also worked with various industry-leading tech companies as a content creator by writing blog posts and other articles. Prior to his role at Cloud7 News, Erdem was the managing editor of T3 Magazine. Leave a Reply
Hyperion Software Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Hyperion Software founded?
Hyperion Software was founded in 1981.
Where is Hyperion Software's headquarters?
Hyperion Software's headquarters is located at 777 Long Ridge Road, Stamford.
What is Hyperion Software's latest funding round?
Hyperion Software's latest funding round is IPO.
Who are the investors of Hyperion Software?
Investors of Hyperion Software include Advent International, Greylock Partners, Summit Partners and TA Associates.
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