IBM and HP continue their duel to be the favored enterprise server provider, but there are many other players - including Dell, Oracle, and Cisco. Meanwhile, public clouds and virtualization should keep the server market interesting.

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When Haswell met Xeon

Intel's new Xeon E5 v3 family of server and workstation CPUs, based on the 22nm Haswell architecture, runs the gamut from budget 6-core chips to an 18-core behemoth. We outline what's new and look...

October 15, 2014 by Alan Stevens

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CA's virus zoo reaches melting point

Software vendor CA plans to move its Melbourne-based antivirus labs to a new facility after exhausting the space and energy resources at its current location -- by consuming as much power as an average metal-welding factory.CA's antivirus lab currently looks, in the words of the company's vice president, development, Eugene Dozortsev, like a "scene from Space Odyssey 2001".

June 26, 2007 by Munir Kotadia and Brett Winterford


Sun says its blades are sharper

John Fowler, Sun's executive vice president of systems, made his case that the new generation of Sun blade servers can now truly outdo rack servers. He made his pitch Wednesday to analysts and reporters in Washington, D.C.

June 6, 2007


Dell shows off new technology

At a press event in San Francisco May 17, Dell CTO Kevin Kettler and Jay Parker, head of the company's server business, showed recent and upcoming technologies that they hope will beat out competitors in the business computing market. Among the offerings was a cooling system for PCs and a new product called Project Hybrid.

May 17, 2007


Time to throw away your servers?

David Berlind, executive editor at ZDNet, discusses the cost benefits of outsourcing servers to Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), a pay-as-you-go service that allows you to control servers virtually through APIs.

March 14, 2007


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