- May 29, 2013
Client device innovation over the past several years has sparked a new wave of server innovation with Dell microservers and HP's Moonshot.
- June 22, 2010
HP and Cisco customers may get caught in the crossfire of the two vendors' converged infrastructure' skirmish.
- March 31, 2009
In today's news in brief, the entrance of Intel's Nehalem set off a wave of server and software product offerings; Sun Microsystems talks up its x64 boxes; Fujitsu America offers IT outsourcing services.
- March 31, 2009
Intel's next-generation Xeon processor, Nehalem, makes its entrance, but many IT pros won't upgrade until the chip matures and the economy improves.
- December 10, 2008
Sun Microsystems will now ship x64 and blade servers with AMD's 45-nanometer quad-core Opteron processor, Shanghai, which offers a virtualization performance boost. IBM, HP and Dell began shipping systems with the processor and touting its ...
- September 10, 2008
From form factor to brand choice, server hardware purchasing is greatly affected by virtualization's pervasiveness in data centers, according to the Data Center Decisions 2008 Purchasing Intentions Survey.
- July 25, 2007
Hewlett-Packard Co. has announced Thermal Zone Mapping, a 3-D image of a data center's power and cooling profile, which may add momentum to their push for more blade servers in the data center.
- March 07, 2007
The first fruits of the Sun/Intel partnership will be an Intel Xeon blade server, followed by rack mount models, Sun revealed
- March 01, 2007
Hewlett-Packard Co.'s is holding its ground as a top vendor in the worldwide server market, but Dell Inc. is a close second. Users say whihc they prefer.
- May 04, 2006
The U.S. Census Bureau and an Alexandria, Va.-based project management firm gutted an extremely complex data center and got on board with blade servers.
- May 05, 2005
California Polytechnic Institute students are furthering their education with a little help from Oracle applications and Linux.
- April 11, 2005
Server consolidation is a hot issue. People are consolidating server farms to address maintenance concerns. But what about heating issues and power loads?