Servers+design

Showing results 1 to 20 of 53

Aqua Data Server

Aqua Data Server is a specialized application server designed to build and deploy production-quality, visually compelling database...

March 20, 2015 By AquaFold

BroadWave Audio Streaming Server

Stream live and pre-recorded audio over the web with BroadWave streaming audio server. Create your own radio station and broadcast...

March 4, 2015 By NCH Software

Tftpd32

Tftpd32 is an easy-to-use TFTP server designed for Windows 95 and Windows NT. Tftpd32 supports the TFTP extensions described in RFCs...

January 21, 2015 By Philippe Jounin

APC pumps fresh air into datacentres

It's a tough ask, basing a business on fresh air -- but that's what APC is now doing.After years of selling its InfrastruXure range of datacentre products, which plug together to provide an enclosed cooling design for rack-mounted servers, APC is now saying that fresh air is what you need to cool your computers.

November 15, 2010 by

ARM takes up server chip design

ARM is running one of its Web sites on a cluster of ARM-based chips, part of a handful of experiments to test out the viability of using its chip architecture in servers.

May 6, 2010 by

IBM's new eX5 server design: can you cope?

So IBM, inventor of the PC, with Tuesday's launch of the eX5 range, has finally decided that it's moving its nominally PC-based servers one more step away from the standard x86 PC architecture. In doing so, it has put clear blue water between it and the rest of the x86 server market, a gap that was narrowing as other players gained share through economies of scale.

March 4, 2010 by

We saved BT execs from jail, claims Azul Systems

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.

September 5, 2009 by

The best of ZDNet, delivered

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.

Top Stories