Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Canonical To Kick Ubuntu Server Into Hyperscale

Canonical, the maker of the Ubuntu distribution of Linux, does not have the same kind of footprint in enterprise datacenters that rivals Red Hat and SUSE Linux do. But ...Full Article

Dell Bares Switch Metal To Other Network Operating Systems

When you look at a switch, you are looking at the vestiges of a proprietary past that many of the largest companies in the world want to do away ...Full Article

Goldman Sachs And Fidelity Bank On Open Compute

What started out as a desire by Facebook to control its own infrastructure five years ago and evolved into the Open Compute Project to open source hardware and datacenter ...Full Article

Financial, Government Sectors Lift Q4 For Juniper

Intel and IBM may be experiencing weaker-than-expected revenues from the enterprise sector, but switch and router maker Juniper Networks had a nice bump from enterprises and beat Wall Street's ...Full Article

AMD Etches “Warsaw” Opterons For Financial Services Friends

AMD is taking a trip down the Opteron 6300 lane one last time with the launch of the "Warsaw" variants of its high-end server processors. The company has been ...Full Article

Supermicro Revs Up Low Latency HFT Servers

If you have the need for speed, Supermicro has a server for you. Supermicro is known to many as a motherboard supplier, but the company has a large and ...Full Article

High Frequency Trader Spins Out Custom Network Hardware

Australian high frequency trading firm Zomojo knows a thing or two about low latency trading and has been building its own hardware and trading platform software for the past ...Full Article

3M and Allied Control Cool Clusters with Novec Bubble Bath

One of the more interesting demonstrations at the SC13 supercomputing conference last week in Denver was a Xeon E5 server dunked in a tank of Novec fire suppressant fluid. ...Full Article

Red Hat Linux Adds Time Stamp, NVM, and Virtual Hot Plug

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is by far the dominant variant of commercially supported Linux in the enterprise, and based on anecdotal evidence has an even larger share of Linux ...Full Article

Hedge Fund Scraps DIY Lustre Cluster for Terascala

When high performance is needed, some enterprises have no choice but to get out there on the bleeding edge and experiment with new technology and put it into production ...Full Article
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