The enterprise flash card designer has launched a stack-them-high and sell-them-cheap flash product designed for 'hyperscale' tech companies.
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VMware has taken administrative control of an open-source project after its lead developer left the company for arch-rival Red Hat. The two companies are seeking a solution that will minimise disruption to the Vert.x community.
Organisations across the world are preparing to forge a global standard for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication. But is it needed, and will it work? The future of the next several billion internet devices depends on this.
Home automation tools, combined with smart grids, offer utilities, businesses and consumers a potent cocktail of technologies to help them cut their electricity consumption. An example from the UK's Isle of Wight shows what can be achieved.
The social-network is reportedly sidestepping traditional IT suppliers by using low-cost manufacturers for some of its storage gear to save on money and help it scale.
The drives have self-encrypting and cryptographic erase features for security-conscious enterprise users and are available other as SSDs and HDDs
Lenovo and EMC have celebrated the new year by taking the wrapping off their first joint venture, LenovoEMC Ltd, which will sell co-branded NAS gear and give EMC a way into the Chinese market.
By adding support for Python 3.3.0 Heroku developers can access the latest version of the language, which marries new features with a greater emphasis on simplicity.
Oracle is buying Eloqua, a provider of cloud-based marketing and revenue management technology, for $871m, as the database giant grows its range of cloudy software aimed at specific industries.