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Energy

The Myth Of The Green Datacenter

Here’s the reality when it comes to datacenter energy consumption: If the cloud industry were a country, according to a recent study, it would be the fifth largest energy ...Full Article

Univa Grid Engine Does Windows, Linux Containers

Grid Engine, the popular workload management tool for distributed computing environments, now does Windows. And it is also doing Linux control groups, or cgroups, containers, a technology that was ...Full Article

HP Forges Apollo 6000s For Single Thread, Scale Out Jobs

Back in November last year, EnterpriseTech gave you the inside scoop on the massive 610,000 core server fleet that Intel uses to push Moore’s Law along with its electronic ...Full Article

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 idea. While we expect developers of Web applications to be monkeying around ...Full Article

Greenpeace Sees Progress Toward ‘Green’ Datacenters

We can’t do much without power, and cloud computing services are using a growing share of the world’s electrical power. That trend is expected to accelerate as emerging markets ...Full Article

Oil Explorer Strikes Black Gold With 20 PB Data Reservoir

The conventional wisdom at large enterprises that deal with truly enormous datasets is that they can’t keep it all online. At some point, because of the high cost of ...Full Article

IBM Puffs Up Platform Symphony, LSF On SoftLayer Cloud

IBM entered 2014 hitting the cloud drum hard. Taking a page from tech titans like Google, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services, Big Blue wants to make it as simple ...Full Article

Micron Pushes Memory Roadmap On Several Routes

Memory maker Micron Technology has a bullish roadmap for DRAM, flash, and other technologies that will very likely be in a system, switch, or other device near you in ...Full Article

SAP HANA Wrings Performance From New Intel Xeons

The in-memory HANA database designed by SAP to radically improve the performance of queries and transaction processing has been a boon to the company. It is the fastest growing ...Full Article

Lebanese Oil Experts Call for Data and Talent

As Lebanon prepares to usher in a number of oil and gas giants that will bid on drilling contracts next month, a growing party of experts are voicing support ...Full Article