Deals done this past week


10 Jan 2011

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An overview of the week in deals in the Irish technology sector.

Dell and LetsHost.ie strike managed cloud hosting deal

Ireland’s first web hosting company to offer cloud hosting in both the shared and virtualised server markets, LetsHost.ie, has joined forces with Dell to build its offering on Dell EqualLogic and Dell PowerEdge servers in a deal worth more than €100,000.

Dell has delivered and deployed a solution to provide LetsHost.ie with storage to power its cloud-hosting offering. Standard advanced features within Dell EqualLogic arrays, such as thin provisioning and rapid deployment, permits LetsHost.ie to replicate data across multiple data centres, providing security and availability of customer data.

The latest range of Dell servers also allows Letshost.ie to reduce its footprint in the data centre and reduce its energy consumption.

Crospon breaks more new US ground

The Galway-based medical device developer Crospon is to launch its new imaging catheter for weight-loss surgery in the US in March.

Having received clearance from the US FDA, Crospon will launch the catheter at the SAGES 2011 Conference in San Antonio, Texas, in March.

As the latest development to Crospon’s EndoFLIP range, this catheter is designed to assist surgeons during sleeve gastrectomy and gastric imbrication procedures.

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