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In a world where large data breaches are a daily occurrence and every device on the planet is under attack, organizations no longer worry about whether they’ll be breached but instead when. Faced with more sophisticated adversaries as well as more numerous and persistent attack campaigns, security teams are employing an ever-increasing set of security tools to predict, prevent, detect, and respond to internal and external threats.

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One of the greatest challenges in a technologically advanced world, is interacting with data as fast as possible, regardless of location. One solution is to use a CDN (Content Distribution Network) in front of a data store which will only solve transfer speeds. But what about security, redundancy and scalability? Well, we narrowed all of these complicated terms down to one, and we call it SuperCell. SuperCell is an ecosystem that can handle any type of data, built on top of a secure, reliable, scalable and most importantly inexpensive infrastructure. We also decided to raise the bar, take every SuperCell full of Drops and put it in one of our data centers. That's 52 locations around the world and regardless of the location, interacting with Drops will be as fast as possible.

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Meet Delta Sharing: Access more data with secure, open source data sharing

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5 Technology Trends That Will Advance Networking

Article | May 26, 2021

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How the coronavirus is changing internet usage patterns worldwide

Article | May 26, 2021

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Poor Power Supply, Inadequate Fibre Cables May Hinder 5G Network – NCC

Article | May 26, 2021

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Dropigee

One of the greatest challenges in a technologically advanced world, is interacting with data as fast as possible, regardless of location. One solution is to use a CDN (Content Distribution Network) in front of a data store which will only solve transfer speeds. But what about security, redundancy and scalability? Well, we narrowed all of these complicated terms down to one, and we call it SuperCell. SuperCell is an ecosystem that can handle any type of data, built on top of a secure, reliable, scalable and most importantly inexpensive infrastructure. We also decided to raise the bar, take every SuperCell full of Drops and put it in one of our data centers. That's 52 locations around the world and regardless of the location, interacting with Drops will be as fast as possible.

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