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Intel: No Signs Of Datacenter Slowdown

Intel: No Signs Of Datacenter Slowdown

Whatever issues that chip giant Intel is facing in the client segment of the computing market, it ...

Maersk Oil Tests Reservoir Simulations On AWS

Maersk Oil Tests Reservoir Simulations On AWS

The great thing about cloud computing is that it doesn’t cost very much to test out an ...

Wall Street Wants Tech To Trade Smarter And Faster

Wall Street Wants Tech To Trade Smarter And Faster

The HPC Linux on Wall Street conference was held in New York City this week, and a ...

The Hyperscale Lessons Of Healthcare.gov

The Hyperscale Lessons Of Healthcare.gov

The last six months have been a hair-graying experience for everybody involved in the Healthcare.gov rollout. While ...

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Systems
Whatever issues that chip giant Intel is facing in the client segment of the computing market, it has very little challenging ... Full article
The HPC Linux on Wall Street conference was held in New York City this week, ...
With Intel having refreshed its Xeon E5 and E7 chips recently and IBM getting ready ...
Five decades ago, after three years of development in what was one of the most ...
Software
“The app is king,” declared Red Hat’s president of products and technologies at the company’s annual summit today. Indeed, the focus ... Full article
The DevOps culture that started out in hyperscale datacenters is coming to the enterprise, and ...
When you have a 300 PB data warehouse running atop Hadoop, you do everything in ...
Microsoft has rolled a new version of its Virtual Machine Converter tool aimed squarely at ...
Datacenter
We can’t do much without power, and cloud computing services are using a growing share of the world’s electrical power. That ... Full article
Companies that operate hyperscale datacenters have gone to great lengths to boost efficiency, and to ...
Going on six years now, America has been waiting to see if there will be ...
Like many enterprises these days, chip maker AMD is looking to consolidate its myriad datacenters ...
Cloud
Technology, rather than budget or efficiency considerations, is driving enterprise decision-making, the head of IBM’s cloud operations told the attendees of ... Full article
VMware is rolling out a disaster recovery service that it says will extend the service ...
The great thing about cloud computing is that it doesn’t cost very much to test ...
The cloud is making for strange bedfellows, which may turn out to be another of ...
Storage
The Fluid Cache for SAN acceleration software that Dell has created to boost the performance of its Compellent storage area network ... Full article
Genome sequencing designed to determine the complete DNA sequence of an organism is generating petabytes ...
Proponents of the Lustre file system maintain it is poised to make the jump from ...
It is still early days for the commercialization of the Lustre parallel file system. But ...
Networks
Cisco Systems has taken a different approach to software-defined networking, by baking some of its features into its Nexus switching hardware ... Full article
The biggest public cloud providers have adjacent businesses that actually fund the development of the ...
Upstart Extreme Networks rolled out a new software-defined network architecture and a high-end switch during ...
Frustrated by the limitations of the current crop of transceivers that have been approved by ...
Most Read
The word on the street ahead of the Oracle OpenWorld extravaganza, which opened on Sunday evening in San Francisco, was that CEO Larry Ellison ...
Just a few weeks ahead of the launch of EnterpriseTech, chip maker Intel rolled out its “Ivy Bridge” Xeon E5-2600 v2 processors. These chips ...
Hewlett-Packard may be known as the volume player in the X86 server business, which has been dominated by two-socket servers for the past decade ...
Even if you are not thinking of buying a big Sparc/Solaris server, some new math by Oracle might get you to thinking about shared ...
Officially, IBM has said that would be launching its twelve-core Power8 processors in new Power Systems servers and PureSystems converged systems sometime around the ...