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Organizations increase research on water-based cooling options

Despite concerns around water-based cooling technology, organizations are developing new hardware setups that rely on fjords and oceans to effectively cool dense server racks.

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Safely decommission your data center hardware

Asset tracking, information logging and security measures should all be a part of hardware decommissioning. Don't miss a step with these considerations.

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Moving workloads to the public cloud: A matter of trust

Many corporate IT users are flocking to the cloud, but a majority surprisingly remain reluctant to migrate their on-premises mission-critical workloads to a public cloud.

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    Many corporate IT users are flocking to the cloud, but a majority surprisingly remain reluctant to migrate their on-premises mission-critical workloads to a public cloud.

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    U.S. to hit exascale in 2021, possibly after China

    The race to build exascale supercomputers is a project of big governments -- China, Japan, the European Union and the U.S. Initial systems are planned in the 2020 to 2021 time frame.

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    HPE seeks HPC revival with Cray acquisition

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