New Seagate tech promises to double hard drive speeds

New Seagate tech promises to double hard drive speeds

Seagate’s new dual-actuator drive can perform two different data requests simultaneously — delivering data twice as fast compared with a single-actuator drive.

12/21/17

Gartner report: Worldwide server sales revenue increases 16%

Gartner report: Worldwide server sales revenue increases 16%

New hardware from HPE, Dell EMC and Lenovo, as well as demand for capacity, helped drive worldwide server sales in Q3 2017.

12/18/17

Vapor IO announces new architecture for edge data centers

Vapor IO announces new architecture for edge data centers

The modular design of Vapor Kinetic Edge will enable small data centers to be deployed throughout a city.

12/14/17

Gartner analyst predicts doom for on-premises data centers

Gartner analyst predicts doom for on-premises data centers

Enterprise software’s days are numbered, and if you don’t adopt artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, your data center will be useless. Those are the claims of Gartner Research Vice President Milind Govekar, who gave...

12/11/17

AMD scores its first big server win with Azure

AMD scores its first big server win with Azure

AMD's Epyc server processors score their first big public win, with Microsoft announcing Azure instances based on Epyc server microprocessors.

12/06/17

Dell EMC makes big hyperconverged systems push with new servers

Dell EMC makes big hyperconverged systems push with new servers

Dell EMC is expanding its hyperconverged infrastructure portfolio with new systems built around 14th generation PowerEdge servers.

12/06/17

Data center cooling market set to explode in the coming years

Data center cooling market set to explode in the coming years

The worldwide market for data center cooling equipment will reach $20 billion by 2024, according to Global Market Insights.

11/29/17

How did Linux come to dominate supercomputing?

How did Linux come to dominate supercomputing?

After years of pushing toward total domination, Linux finally did it. It is running on all 500 of the TOP500 supercomputers in the world, and who knows how many more after that. That’s even more impressive than Intel’s domination...

11/27/17

Marvell extends its reach in the data center with Cavium purchase

Marvell extends its reach in the data center with Cavium purchase

Marvell Technology's purchase of embedded chip maker Cavium will put the companies' products in virtually every corner of the data center.

11/22/17

HPE broadens its processor offerings with AMD, Cavium systems

HPE broadens its processor offerings with AMD, Cavium systems

HPE announced new ProLiant DL385 Gen10 servers running AMD’s Epyc processor, plus Apollo-based servers running ARM processors developed by Cavium.

11/20/17

HPE and Rackspace offer on-premises 'cloud' systems

HPE and Rackspace offer on-premises 'cloud' systems

HPE and Rackspace's new offering, OpenStack Private Cloud, provides a pay-as-you-go service similar to the public cloud but located in private data centers.

11/16/17

Cray picks Cavium processors for ARM-based supercomputers

Cray picks Cavium processors for ARM-based supercomputers

Cavium ARM processors make big server wins, showing Qualcomm isn't going to own this space that easily.

11/14/17

AMD charges back into the HPC fray with new systems

AMD charges back into the HPC fray with new systems

AMD claims its new EPYC 7601 processor has a three-fold performance advantage over Intel’s best server processors.

11/14/17

HPE refreshes its Superdome servers with SGI technology

HPE refreshes its Superdome servers with SGI technology

HPE announced new Superdome servers with new in-memory computing based on SGI NUMAlink technology.

11/09/17

Fujitsu, NetApp partner for hyperconverged systems

Fujitsu, NetApp partner for hyperconverged systems

With NFlex converged infrastructure, Fujitsu and NetApp join the converged and hyperconverged infrastructure party.

11/06/17

New IBM platform turns your data center into a cloud

New IBM platform turns your data center into a cloud

What if you could flip a switch and turn your stodgy old data center full of legacy apps into a cloud-enabled one capable of migrating apps and data to the public cloud with ease by containerizing your legacy apps? IBM says it has...

11/03/17

AMD rumored to double server core count on Epyc chip

AMD rumored to double server core count on Epyc chip

The next generation of AMD’s Epyc server processors is expected to pack 64 cores on one chip.

11/01/17

Study: Apps move rapidly to the cloud, data not so much

Study: Apps move rapidly to the cloud, data not so much

While the public cloud continues to grow at the expense of on-premises data centers, not everything that moves to the cloud stays there. Some data comes back, for a variety of reasons. And while apps are moving to the cloud at a...

10/30/17

IBM cranks up flash storage for greater capacity and speed

IBM cranks up flash storage for greater capacity and speed

IBM says its new all-flash systems provide three times the storage capacity in the same space as the current FlashSystem 900 and reduce data capacity costs by 60%.

10/26/17

HPE gives up the battle for tier 1 data center customers

HPE gives up the battle for tier 1 data center customers

HPE bows to the reality that ‘white box’ vendors have it beat. It will no longer try to sell commodity hardware to tier 1 customers such as Amazon, Facebook and Google.

10/23/17

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