Daily Links 2/15/2013: NBA debuts SAP HANA-powered stats

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NBA debuts HANA-powered stats (SAP Watch)

Violin Memory Is Raising More Money Ahead of Planned May IPO (All Things D)
Important to SAP's in-memory plans.

Qlik Q4 Proves Comeback From Poor Q2; Stock Soars (Investor's Business Daily)

IDC: Outsourcing sector needs rescue fund for cloudy customers (Channel Register)

Startup Creates Yelp-like Site, but for Business Apps
G2 Crowd makes reviewers use their LinkedIn credentials to ensure fair play

Oracle Fusion and More Blue Ocean Strategy (Denis Pombriant/Enterprise Irregulars)

SideCar Acquires Austin-Based Ride-Sharing Startup Heyride, Will Soon Launch In 7 New Markets (TechCrunch)
Will roll out ride-sharing in Philadelphia this weekend.

Evolve IP Releases OSSmosis Enterprise Cloud Manager Based on Red Hat’s ManageIQ Technologies
Groundbreaking infrastructure automation tool allows customers to monitor, manage, and access virtual resources in the cloud
(Business Wire)

FCC: ISPs Making Good on Advertised Broadband Speeds (PC Magazine)

Longtime Rendell adviser, Comcast exec David Cohen backs Corbett
(AP via Philadelphia Inquirer)
Will this include a fundraising dinner at his home?

DirecTV's fourth-quarter profit, revenue rises (Reuters)

Former steel property eyed for post-incubator center (Lehigh Valley Business)