The U.S. semiconductor company's new I/O accelerator card intends to boost performance in enterprise servers, appliances and storage platforms.
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Cisco's family of SAP HANA appliances is designed to "cover the needs of early adopters testing HANA to experienced large scale deployments."
Stratus brings its expertise in extremely high availability solutions to VMware vCenter.
The Slough-based facility is preparing to expand as the company builds its UK cloud, adopts new cooling techniques and seeks to increase efficiency
HP has expanded support for its virtualised SAN appliance to Microsoft's hypervisor, Hyper-V, as part of its 'Just Right IT' strategy
Azul Systems makes corporate Java compute appliances — big boxes of custom multicore processors that run Java virtual machines orders of magnitude faster and at hugely less power than can standard x86 servers. There's a lot of very clever hardware and software design in there, and for the past few years the company has kept quiet about most of it.
The tie-up with Microsoft should make it easier to manage Windows Server services in remote offices
The Snap Server 210 makes for a very tightly integrated and low maintenance backup system over WAN, but is pricier than many other solutions.
Colorado start-up hopes its custom software will appeal to those who fear denial-of-service attacks on the network.
Philippine telco Smart Communications will use the Sun Fire X4500 with Greenplum's database to extract customer information in real time.
As if VMware did not already have enough companies lining up to catch the virtualisation wave, the company has launched a contest to spur development
Although Microsoft is keen to encourage backup appliances based on its forthcoming Data Protection Server (DPS) package, hardware manufacturers are remaining cautious about the concept.In September, Microsoft announced a planned mid-2005 release for DPS, a direct-to-disk backup solution aimed at the SMB market.
This is an impressive big-company email security solution with top-name antivirus and anti-spam tools. But this market is very crowded, and alternatives do more for less.
Security appliances to protect mail servers against viruses and spam are all the rage. We look at what four of the leading vendors have to offer the medium-sized business.
This is a good first attempt at a mail server security appliance, but it needs more development to challenge the longer-established vendors.
Unique MailHurdle technology makes the RazorGate 100 stand out, but it's a little on the expensive side.
This mail server security appliance is child’s play to set up and manage, and great for companies with limited technical expertise.
If your business can't support a large, dedicated IT department, you need a straightforward appliance that delivers a range of network services. We review five and choose a clear winner.
The ExoServer XL is a good choice for protecting an Internet-connected network, but not so hot when it comes to more mundane server functionality.
Despite its small size, the Net Integrator Micro is well specified and offers a good mix of network productivity applications and security tools.
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