Server hardware strategy
- July 03, 2007
Fujitsu has upgraded its blade servers and chassis, making the line better equipped for virtualization and larger database applications.
- June 26, 2007
New ultra-dense blade servers touting Intel Xeon processors are designed specifically for high performance computing and scale-out applications.
- June 26, 2007
A revamped HP Insight Control allows admins to cap the amount of power their systems use and improves on existing ILO features.
- June 20, 2007
Speaking at a Gartner summit last week, analyst John Enck weighed in on blade servers and server virtualization, and put some of the hype to rest.
- June 11, 2007
The two new PC blades accompany new and upgraded software that HP says will improve the manageability of thin-client computing and reduce network latency.
- June 07, 2007
Egenera introduces a new blade platform with more memory than any other server it offers.
- June 06, 2007
Sun introduces a new "open" blade platform and its first Intel Xeon-based server since the two companies aligned in January.
- June 05, 2007
Three vendors showcase AMD's soon to be released quad-core Opteron processor at a show in Taipei.
- May 29, 2007
If you need more I/O than your IBM BladeCenter H servers have room for, relief is in sight with QLogic's new combination Fibre Channel/Ethernet card.
- May 25, 2007
Analysts at Ideas International came up with a list of their five favorite blade technologies on the market rather than rank market share.
- May 21, 2007
Rather than replicate between three primary data centers, RightNow Technologies dedicated a site to disaster recovery using energy efficient AMD Opteron-based servers.
- May 11, 2007
HP's new blade server consulting service aims to help data center managers optimize their BladeSystem server deployments.
- May 10, 2007
End users rank HP top x86 server vendor, beating out IBM and Dell in a Q1 2007 customer satisfaction poll.
- May 07, 2007
Vendors may push their blade server platforms, but not all data centers should use them, according to analysts at the open source research community Wikibon.org.
- May 01, 2007
The new quad-core chips are designed to increase performance, but not all applications need -- or can use -- multiple cores.