Peter Hildebrandt

Peter Hildebrandt is a freelance writer with a background in writing for a wide variety of publications.  During the past few years he as written extensively on energy, science and water issues, as well as profiled many businesses, including woodworking, metalworking, sawmill and lumbering operations. 

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Articles by Peter Hildebrandt

This month, Aspera announced the release of its new Aspera Console a web-based, enterprise-scale management platform for global file transfer networks. The company has also upgraded its faspex server. Aspera's high-speed file transport technology--fasp (fast and secure protocol) now in its 2.2 version, is essentially the underlying engine that allows Aspera server and client software to transfer massive data sets at maximum speed, regardless of distance and network conditions, according to Michelle Munson, president and co-founder of Aspera.
News/News Feature - Posted Dec 23, 2008
ClearStory Systems announced on December 1, 2008 that it has been acquired, in whole, by The FeedRoom. A leading provider of online video solutions for media companies, corporations and government agencies, The FeedRoom bought--for an undisclosed sum--ClearStory Systems, a digital asset management (DAM) software provider, offering advanced capabilities for managing a full range of digital marketing assets.
News/News Feature - Posted Dec 02, 2008
While magazines remain portable, not every magazine is available when needed, such as on a long flight. On September 22, 2008, the Read Green Initiative from Zinio launched to the public, and may give readers more options.
News/News Feature - Posted Sep 30, 2008
OverDrive, Inc., a Cleveland, Ohio-based provider of downloadable eBooks, audio books and other media for libraries and schools, announced in June 2008 that the District of Columbia Public Library was the first public library in the nation to offer popular audio book titles in MP3 format.
News/News Feature - Posted Jul 22, 2008
Google Friend Connect lets websites grow traffic by adding social features simply by adding a few snippets of code—no programming necessary. Social features are chosen from a catalog of widgets on the Friend Connect website that enable an end-user website to engage more people.
News/News Feature - July/August 2008 Issue, Posted Jun 24, 2008
Despite living in a world saturated with new technology, much of it able to process words as never before, 60% of teens do not view instant messaging, phone text messaging, e-mail and social network sites as real writing, according to an April 2008 study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the National Commission on Writing.
News/News Feature - Posted May 16, 2008