Daily Links 10/26/2010: SunGard CEO outlines Cloud Plans

Comcast Opens Xfinity TV Online To All Video Subs
'TV Everywhere' Service Provides 55,000 Movies and TV Shows
(Multichannnel News)

Is Comcast’s Xfinity TV a Trojan Horse? (Gigaom: NewTeeVee)

Netflixity… Time to Buy? (Cable360)

Cablevision CEO Jim Dolan wants sitdown with News Corp. at FCC headquarters (LA Times: Company Town)

Unisys hit by mainframe, services declines in Q3
Apple deal misunderstood and overblown
(Channel Register)
Unisys Press Release

Ametek Q3 earnings beat Street; ups FY earnings view (Reuters)

Sungard outlines cloud plans: a CEO Q&A (Computer Business Review)

SAP, Oracle… Infor? (FT.com: Tech Blog)

SAP sued over 'Run Smarter' slogan (Computerworld)

BravoSolution: More Applause Deserved (Part 1) (Spend Matters)
The one thing that did come out of VerticalNet.

TruePosition Awarded Patent that Enables Advanced Mobile Phone Triggering (Business Wire)

Software development company opens new facility
Infragistics CEO has lived in So. Brunswick for over 20 years
(North South Bunswick Sentinel)

Dataram chooses Issaquah for new testing, development center
(TechFlash: John Cook's Venture Blog)
Dataram is based in Princeton.

Judge reverses ruling on man's suit against Penn (Philadelphia Inquirer)


Deloitte Philly Fast 50 is out

Deloitte Announces 2010 Greater Philadelphia Fast 50 Rankings
(PR Newswire)

Deloitte Philly Fast 50 (pdf)

Knowland Group became one of the fastest-growing companies by taking photos of signs (Washington Post)
On the #1 ranked company, which started out in DC but now claims Lewes, Delaware as its HQ location.