Dell expected to unveil new servers

In today's news in brief, new servers are expected from Dell; AMD to tout hardware-assisted virtualization with help from Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and VMware.

Dell expected to unveil midrange system, storage
Dell will host an executive webcast on March 25 to talk strategy and products that may include new virtualization-ready servers.

According to the invitation, Dell executives will introduce "a new approach to business computing and Dell's next-generation of products and services." There will also be partners and customers at the event.

Though not confirmed by Dell, it has been reported that the company will launch a new midrange server and an EqualLogic iSCSI storage device with more virtualization capabilities and an additional Gigabit Ethernet port.

AMD talks hardware-assisted virtualization
March is "Virtualization Ecosystem Month?" At least according to AMD which must think this is a way to promote its own virtualization technologies.

Throughout the month, AMD and its partners will host webcasts to tout their products. On March 25, AMD will host a webcast with partners Oracle, Sun Microsystems and VMware from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pacific Time. Topics will include hardware-assisted virtualization and upcoming challenges. The webcastwill also include a Q&A session and the audience can ask questions via live chat.

Let us know what you think about the story; email Bridget Botelho, News Writer.

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