Fusion 7 adopts OS X Yosemite design cues. The professional version ties into VMware's private cloud infrastructure and supports more than 200 operating systems.
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The North Carolina data center is built upon the bare bones, power-optimized premise of the Open Compute Project, with design efficiencies that Facebook says saved $1.2 billion in infrastructure costs.
Apple's design chief Jonathan Ive gave his first in-depth interview to John Arlidge of the Sunday Times in London and describes what motivates and troubles him
The Design Museum in London chose 76 great new designs from the last year. Here's the best in transportation design.
Lenovo is heating up the Android tablet space with the introduction of two tablets aimed directly at the Nexus line. The Yoga Tablet comes in 8 and 10-inch models similar to the budget friendly Nexus slates, but the Yogas get 18 hours of battery life.
A curvy skyscraper design led to some unintended consequences in London.
The 360 Integrated Design approach focuses on back-end integration changes that are integral to successful virtual desktop infrastructure rollouts.
If you were to design an IT infrastructure from scratch would it look like anything you have today? 'No freaking way,' says a leading virtualization proponent.
East London is animating its waterways. Check out images of the winning design for the next Floating Cinema.
London is considering infrastructure to make biking in the city fast and safe.
Inter Ikea, the company that owns the intellectual property rights of the Swedish furniture retailer, will create a chain of sleek, inexpensive hotels across Europe.
After more than 200,000 hours of testing, Cisco is helping launch the network infrastructure for the 2012 London Olympics, which kick off on Friday.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise, a museum show in London looks at the fictional spy's remarkable design influence.
Using cloud computing ought to make sense for an event like the Olympics, but the technology isn’t ready, according to the CIO of the London 2012 Games
On July 5, London's--and Western Europe's--tallest building officially opens. Called the Shard, the looming, glassy skyscraper marks a turning point for London's silhouette.
The University of Cambridge and Imperial College London have taken the wraps off their CORE Cloud HPC and e-infrastructure service, which is available for use by businesses and academia
London is certainly in the public eye with the Olympic Games around the corner. How has it evolved as a city--and can its success be judged by the designs of its skyscrapers and parks?
The new shooting venue for London 2012 is both temporary and mobile-- designed to leave a lasting (mental) impression, while its physical body will be dismantled and reassembled for continued use.
The recently unveiled podiums for this summer's medals ceremonies in London were designed by Royal Academy of Art students.
Back in April, I looked at the issues surrounding network infrastructure ahead of the Olympic Games and all the pressure they will bring to corporations in and around London in particular.A response from fellow blogger J Watson pointed out that he has personally witnessed network traffic in large corporations increase by as much as 50-100% during an event like the Olympics.
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