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Environment dept makes outsourcing move

The federal Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA) is one step closer to replacing an eight-year-old IT outsourcing contract believed to be held by Commander after it today started briefing the industry on its requirements.

July 31, 2008 by

VMware revs up for VMworld; launches new software

VMware announced Monday a new lineup of products that will be showcased this week. VMware launched VMware ESX Server 3i, a "thin hypervisor" that's integrated in server hardware sans an operating system; Virtual Desktop Manager, a connection broker for virtual desktops; and Site Recovery Manager, an automation system for recovering from data center outages.

September 10, 2007 by

WebCentral arms itself for storage explosion

Web hosting company WebCentral is investing AU$1 million in new SAN, virtualisation and blade server technology to steel itself for exponential growth in data storage requirements.WebCentral, now a subsidiary of ASX-listed domain registrar Melbourne IT, expects its storage under management to hit the one petabyte mark (one million gigabytes) within the next two years.

June 5, 2007 by

HP drinks to NZ brewer's million dollar spend

Auckland-based DB Breweries has spent NZ$1 million on datacentre equipment -- including servers and storage solutions -- from Hewlett-Packard to support its SAP rollout which began in September.The brewer operates four breweries throughout the north and south islands, and manufactures such brands as Heineken, Tiger and Export for all of New Zealand.

February 20, 2007 by

Cambodia telco gets a touch of SAN

MobiTel's cellular services are a hit with Cambodians. But as subscriber numbers and call data records grew, it found that it was time to give its storage system an extreme makeover.

September 14, 2005 by

Dell announces PowerVault expansion card

Dell Computer announced an expansion card Monday that improves some of its PowerVault 750N and 755N storage systems, giving those that attach to servers by ordinary Ethernet networks the ability to connect with high-speed Fibre Channel networks. The latter technology makes a storage system appear to a server to be connected just like an internal hard drive. The new product--the result of Dell's partnership with storage giant EMC--is designed to smooth over differences between Ethernet-based network-attached storage (NAS) and Fibre Channel-based storage area networks (SANs). The card costs just under $2,500, said Matthew Brisse, product manager for the Dell-EMC product lines. --Stephen Shankland

June 10, 2002 by

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