Mark Hachman | April 15, 2013
Dell’s SDN-ready fabric infrastructure is optimized for the “east-west” traffic that executives say characterizes modern data centers.
Mark Hachman | April 12, 2013
New York estimates the consolidation will save $50 million annually. Now, can they keep services up and running while the process takes place?
Fujitsu finally launches its SPARC64 X servers, with help from Oracle.
Mark Hachman | April 11, 2013
Kaspersky details how a group of Asian hackers quietly sets up shop within gaming servers, stealing “gold” and source code.
U.S. government suspects T-Platforms, which designed the world’s 26th largest supercomputer, of aiding Russia’s military and nuclear weapons programs.
Mark Hachman | April 10, 2013
Google will put an additional 300 million Euro into its Belgian data center, in a region that has been traditionally under-served by corporate investment.
Intel officially detailed its new Xeon, Atom processors for the datacenter.
Mark Hachman | April 9, 2013
Industry powerhouses under the auspices of the Linux Foundation have come together over an open-source implementation of software-defined networking.
Andy Patrizio | April 9, 2013
Data center designers should take a page from the High Performance Computing (HPC) market.
Mark Hachman | April 8, 2013
HP’s hyperscale server platform, designed around X86 and ARM chips, has begun to ship to customers.
The survey has virtually all respondents planning to expand their data centers this year or next. But power is still a concern.
Mark Hachman | April 5, 2013
F5 Networks pre-announces lower revenues, worrying some that the application delivery controller network may be in decline.
The company formerly known as Iomega is upgrading its NAS products.
Chris Jones | April 4, 2013
Here’s one of many possible solutions for solving the latency that haunts cloud storage, specifically in the mobile space.
Mark Hachman | April 4, 2013
The roadmap paints a picture of Intel’s next year in the server space.
Mark Hachman | April 3, 2013
HP to launch its low-power server on April 8; an Intel-based, dual ARM approach seems likely.
Hope you don’t mind waiting four years, though—it’s due in 2017, said the working-group chairman.
Mark Hachman | April 2, 2013
The startup has designed OpenStack into hardware, debuting a cloud controller that can take industry-standard servers and transform them into a private cloud.
Who owns the data center in Altoona, Iowa?
Mark Hachman | April 1, 2013
Los Alamos decided that operating Roadrunner, one of the first hybrid supercomputers, was too expensive.
The next major release of OpenStack, “Grizzly,” is due soon. Rackspace CTO John Engates talks about the challenge of competing against partners.
Mark Hachman | March 29, 2013
Microsoft details a lightning strike that took out its Chicago facility two years ago—with no harm done. The secret? Software resiliency—and guts.
AMD’s new graphics cards are designed for games streamed from a remote server.
Mark Hachman | March 28, 2013
CloudFlare DDoSed; saboteurs attack Egyptian undersea cable. But the most likely culprit for Internet problems in the region is an anchor.
Fujitsu America names a former Genpact exec to oversee U.S. operations, including cloud, data center, and mobile sales.
Head-mounted displays / sensors like Google Glass are:
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