According to the World Alzheimer Report, released today by Alzheimer’s Disease International , an estimated 35.6 million people worldwide will be living with dementia in 2010 2010. That is a 10 percent increase over earlier global dementia prevalence reported in 2005 in The Lancet. According to the new report, dementia prevalence will nearly dual every 20 years, to 65.7 million in 2030 and 115.4 million in 2050. ‘The info in the 2009 2009 World Alzheimer Record makes it very clear that the crisis of dementia can’t be overlooked,’ says Debbie Benczkowski, Interim CEO of the Alzheimer Culture of Canada. ‘Unchecked, dementia shall impose enormous burdens on individuals, families, healthcare infrastructures, and global economy.’ Related StoriesResearchers discover that stem cell treatment may reduce cognitive impairment linked to dementia with Lewy bodiesHealth Education England launches Dementia Core Skills Education and Teaching FrameworkMayo Clinic's Florida campus awarded NIH grant to identify vascular risk elements in ageing and dementiaThe statement also targets the influence of dementia.We are delighted to be partnering with CDG, among the largest & most progressive distributors in European countries, said Peter Dougherty, President and CEO, Certeon. CDG has an impressive track record of successfully introducing the latest technologies throughout Europe. The knowledge is had by them, the expertise and the right channel partners to greatly help customers tackle their WAN optimization issues. With our virtual appliance for WAN acceleration for Hyper-V and VMware, Certeon allows service providers to deploy providers in minutes, not weeks.