Fujitsu delivers exascale supercomputer that you can soon buy

Fujitsu delivers exascale supercomputer that you can soon buy

Fujitsu has delivered all the components needed for a supercomputer in Japan that is expected to break the exaFLOP barrier when it comes online next year, and that delivery means that the same class of hardware will be available...

Dell offers on-prem storage integration with Google Cloud

Dell offers on-prem storage integration with Google Cloud

Dell EMC's Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud promise to move 50 petabytes between corporate data centers and Google Cloud at very high speed for computational jobs.

Lenovo doubles down on AMD support, adds liquid GPU cooling

Lenovo doubles down on AMD support, adds liquid GPU cooling

Two announcements from Lenovo reflect a push into the lucrative high-performance computing market.

Schneider Electric and Aveva announce solution for multi-site data center management

Schneider Electric and Aveva announce solution for multi-site data center management

By melding their products together, Schneider Electric and Aveva offer multi-site data-center operations management.

Backblaze HDD report shows the resilience of hard disk drives

Backblaze HDD report shows the resilience of hard disk drives

With an almost flawless failure rate despite constant use, mechanical drives still have a place in computing.

Nvidia unleashes new generation of GPU hardware

Nvidia unleashes new generation of GPU hardware

Nvidia used to design chips for gamers but with its latest hardware has now fully become an HPC and AI developer.

For sale: Used, low-mileage hyperscaler servers

For sale: Used, low-mileage hyperscaler servers

As hyperscale service providers overhaul their data center gear with the latest technology, they're selling off their old equipment, which is likely more powerful than most enterprises use today.

Backblaze challenges dominance of cloud-storage vendors

Backblaze challenges dominance of cloud-storage vendors

Long known just as a purveyor of cloud backup, Backblaze is taking on Amazon, Microsoft and Google with much lower pricing.

Global VPN use exploded in March

Global VPN use exploded in March

The VPN market was forecast to grow, even before COVID-19 caused VPN use to skyrocket.

Dell EMC, Pure Storage upgrade storage offerings

Dell EMC, Pure Storage upgrade storage offerings

Storage remains a popular on-premises technology and Dell and Pure have significant new products for customer needs.

Data centers are shrinking but not going away

Data centers are shrinking but not going away

Companies are putting more compute into less data-center space and shifting some workloads away from the cloud.

KIOXIA innovates a software-enabled flash-drive controller

KIOXIA innovates a software-enabled flash-drive controller

In a first, the former Toshiba group introduces software-managed flash drives, something HDDs could never do.

IT vendors offer new financing options for cash-strapped enterprises

IT vendors offer new financing options for cash-strapped enterprises

Cisco, Dell, HPE, and Nutanix craft payment deferrals, lower initial payments, and trade-in deals as short-term sweeteners for businesses that need new gear but whose budgets are pinched by COVID-19.

Hitachi Vantara storage platform targets midsize enterprises

Hitachi Vantara storage platform targets midsize enterprises

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform E990 delivers enterprise features including high ratio deduplication and AI management.

Glassdoor: COVID-19 hits 1 in 5 IT job openings in a single month

Glassdoor: COVID-19 hits 1 in 5 IT job openings in a single month

Recruiting site Glassdoor reports says the month from early March to early April was as bad for IT jobs - and jobs in general - as the first nine months of the Great Recession.

AMD introduces high-performance EPYC processors

AMD introduces high-performance EPYC processors

With new EPYC 7Fx2 processors, AMD claims to offer the fastest per-core performance in the server space.

Ethernet consortium releases 800GbE spec

Ethernet consortium releases 800GbE spec

The specification for 800GbE doubles the maximum speed of the current Ethernet standard, but also tweaks other aspects including latency.

DDR5 memory promises a significant speed boost

DDR5 memory promises a significant speed boost

Memory was becoming the drag on performance in the many-core era, so DDR5 plans to address that.

Schneider Electric launches cooling for edge devices

Schneider Electric launches cooling for edge devices

Schneider Electric's Uniflair brings air conditioning to places where traditional data-center cooling is not possible.

Lenovo intros an edge platform that runs Azure stack

Lenovo intros an edge platform that runs Azure stack

New server hardware from Lenovo processes data at the edge instead of sending it upstream to a data center.

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