Articles about Data Centers
Cloud computing likes fast hardware so Intel has partnered with eASIC to provided specialized silicon for cloud-sized jobs.
The Apache Software Foundation operates on the soundest Darwinian principles, according to Hadoop firm Cloudera's CTO, Amr Awadallah.
IBM, already gunning for more hybrid cloud deployments, rounds out its stack of hardware and software for enterprises.
AMD admits it has "lost some share" in computing and graphics. But it says new technology, a simpler product roadmap and more focused strategy will make it competitive once again in high-performance desktops and servers
ASG will deliver transformational and 'value-added' project services to Synergy for the next three years, with options of extending the agreement through to 2021.
A rapidly increasing reliance on cloud-based infrastructure has seen business analytics stalwart SAS ramp up its services, deployment, capacity, and product portfolio development, according to company executive vice president and chief marketing officer Jim Davis.
From search to Gmail, the database technology at the heart of Google's largest internal systems is now available in public beta as a managed database service.
HP's new systems ride shotgun with Intel's rollout of new Xeon processors, which are being pitched as a way to crunch big data and analytics workloads.
Lenovo updates the server lineup acquired in the IBM deal with the latest Intel Xeon chips and precertifications for workloads such as analytics.
Enterprises want a mix of proprietary and open source code and EMC taking the plunge with its ViPR Controller, which manages its arrays as well as systems from third parties.
Equinix will be delivering Microsoft Office 365 to 15 markets worldwide, including Australia, through the Equinix Cloud Exchange.
VCE has launched VxRacks, which are designed to take the converged infrastructure player further downstream in the data center.
EMC's latest all-flash array software is designed to consolidate more enterprise workloads and cut down on storage sprawl.
Robbins is currently Cisco's SVP of worldwide field operations. He is slated to take the helm as CEO on July 26.
Data protection vendor reveals plans to embark on joint initiatives with Singapore's R&D agency, A*Star, when it officially launches its research facility in the country by June 2015.
This week saw the opening of the biggest datacentre in Europe – a new facility in the Portuguese city of Covilhã. ZDNet went for a look around.
China's Tianhe-2 or MilkyWay-2 supercomputer surpassed the power of the US Titan to take over the top spot on Top500.org's semi-annual list. Here are the top 10.
Digital Realty has opened up a new Tier 3 datacentre 17 miles south west of the capital.
The datacentre provider showed off the new facility with NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell attending the launch ceremony.
A warehouse north of London is on the verge of completing its transformation into a datacentre
Datacentres are the IT palaces that provide the backbone of our working lives. Take a tour of datacentres around the world, from the UK to Iceland to Texas, in this round-up of cutting-edge facilities.
How do you make your datacentre run better, and save money? At IBM's research labs and facilities in upstate New York, three ideas are uppermost on people's minds: energy efficiency, monitoring, and utilisation.
Thanksgiving is over, and we're heading into December. It's time for a look back at all the blunders, catastrophes, epic fails and major screw-ups of 2012.
During the year, we have seen the destruction of SOPA and PIPA but the emergence of CISPA and similar laws around the world, a growing trend in hacks and scams, an explosion in malware, and states committing cyberwarfare on their friends and foes. Here's a run-down of what happened in 2012.
Pictures from the SY3-II launch in Alexandria on November 15.
The Internet Archive - the Internet's library and home of the Wayback Machine - celebrated the addition of the 10,000,000,000,000,000th byte to its massive collections at its San Francisco home.
Hurricane Sandy could be downgraded to a tropical storm if it follows its projected collision course to hit the Jersey shore on Tuesday. IT workers had better prepare.
NextDC opened the doors to its shiny new datacentre in Melbourne this week with the help of Australian Communications Minister Stephen Conroy.
Amazon's rise is most apparent when you look at how its introduction of new products, services, and datacentres has built the infrastructure needed to support its growth
Companies are using server racks that submerge your database servers in cooling, soothing liquid - saving money and the environment.
At the RSA 2011 conference here in San Francisco, technology futurist Paul Saffo talks to eBay's chief security information officer about how the company's intent on building an eBay version in the cloud to handle its growth. The private cloud will have the ability to run in its own data center or with a third-party data center.
At the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, new company President Mark Hurd introduces Exadata X2-8, an upgrade to the current Exadata system. The new system offers better processor performance, more memory, and full database encryption.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google executive Rishi Chandra demos the company’s new TV platform, which integrates traditional television with Web features. Running on Android, the platform lets users search for shows on TV or watch on-demand video content through the Web.
At the OnDemand conference in Palo Alto, Calif., NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson refutes the myth that customization is the Achilles' heel of cloud computing. He asserts that modification and adaptation are precisely how customers can gain productivity from the technology.
At Oracle's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, CEO Larry Ellison previews the company's Exadata Version 2 computer. He says the new database computer is designed for online transaction processing and data warehousing. He adds that Exadata 2 can do faster processing at a much lower cost than can its biggest competitor, IBM.
Sponsored: The Software as a Service market is expected to double by 2012. Martin Capurro, senior director of product management at Qwest Communications, examines how security, performance, compliance and portability are affecting overall adoption.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Qwest Communications.