Data centers are being reinvented via virtualization, servers with better performance per watt and the increasingly popularity of cloud computing. Key vendors such as Cisco, EMC, HP, IBM, VMware and others are all pushing to make the data center more efficient. Who will be the leader in next-gen data centers?
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Yes, it's Halloween of 2014, and we're here to revisit the technologies that are so frightening, they'll make you evacuate from multiple "interfaces".
New colo facility will need to be able to support the activities of multiple Legislative Branch agencies.
HPC is not just for oil and gas industries anymore.
The country's weather service looks to Cray supercomputers to improve forecasting while the rest of us will, no doubt, continue to cross our fingers and look to the skies.
Many countries have in-country data rules and U.S. cloud providers are building local facilities to meet data sovereignty requirements.
Hitachi Data Systems and Equinix have announced an agreement where HDS will offer its private cloud solutions from within Equinix's global datacentres.
Spark Digital, formerly known as Gen-i, has been building its datacentre capacity in Wellington and Christchurch. On Thursday, it will launch its new T3 Auckland facility.
NetApp will offer its popular storage operating system on top of Amazon Web Services as well as under a licensing model. The aim: Make moving data from public to private clouds easier.
Microsoft joins a push towards ARM servers that have been building up for years.
Big Blue has unveiled a new enterprise solution aimed at harnessing Big Data to detect criminal activity in seconds.
Microsoft is reportedly pondering an ARM-based flavor of Windows Server. The idea may just make sense.
New datacenter to be built in Sweden near Facebook facility.
Microsoft has announced the official launch of Azure Geo in Australia, which are located in New South Wales and in Victoria.
Like other U.S. based cloud vendors, AWS is trying to expand in the EU and allay concerns about NSA snooping.
Four application solutions join two new hardware configurations from HP.