Kevin Fogarty | June 19, 2013
AMD unveils its first non-x86-based server chip with high-speed interconnect.
Kevin Fogarty | June 18, 2013
Automation, management, convergence lead latest datacenter push.
David Brumbaugh | June 18, 2013
Designing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products is fundamentally different from designing software for the more traditional client/server model.
China trails only the U.S. on the Top500 list of supercomputers.
Kevin Fogarty | June 17, 2013
Intel could release a wide array of Haswell chips in two waves.
Dawn Kawamoto | June 17, 2013
New tool-kits and platforms can make the development process that much more complicated.
The House of Representatives passes reform bill after revelations that the number of federal datacenters, and $4 billion in savings, can’t be validated.
Kevin Fogarty | June 14, 2013
Red Hat launches PaaS service to compete with Azure, and a private cloud platform to compete with VMware.
Here’s where to find a little truth behind the buzz surrounding software-defined data centers (SDDCs).
Dawn Kawamoto | June 14, 2013
The company began cutting jobs earlier this week, to the tune of 2,286 so far.
Kevin Fogarty | June 13, 2013
Flash memory in SSDs can do more than make your system boot faster.
Power-efficient datacenter design takes advantage of Sweden’s natural cooling.
Rob Reilly | June 13, 2013
RDBS on machine-to-machine (M2M) devices, the use of auto jacks for data, and radio input top this list.
Kevin Fogarty | June 12, 2013
Big vendors push flash for the data center in high-performing SSD products.
SSDs have snowballed in the consumer market, but are just getting started in datacenters.
Catherine Powell | June 12, 2013
Before you can select a process, you need to answer some very big questions.
Kevin Fogarty | June 11, 2013
Datacenter equipment is a generator of e-waste, and thus a target of recycling efforts.
Don’t let all the hype around iOS fool you: behind the scenes, Apple is still tweaking its server offerings.
Stephen Lahanas | June 11, 2013
SharePoint isn’t the easiest tool to work with, but it does support some key capabilities needed establish and organize an IT architecture practice.
Kevin Fogarty | June 10, 2013
Longer-lasting batteries are essential for everything from the largest data-center UPS to the smallest mobile device.
New surveys offer mixed views on whether companies are truly prepared for the threats they face.
Kevin Fogarty | June 7, 2013
Connecting VLANs is tricky because their addresses overlap and aren’t portable; gateways resolve conflicts.
The long-planned data center will expand the NSA’s high-performance computing abilities.
Kevin Fogarty | June 6, 2013
Researchers turn temporal cloaking from a curiosity into something close to commercial practicality.
David Bolton | June 6, 2013
The worlds of biology, particularly microbiology, and computing are rapidly converging.
My view of touchscreen laptops:
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