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  • Samsung Intros Enterprise SSDs Using 3D V-NAND Tech
    Samsung Intros Enterprise SSDs Using 3D V-NAND Tech
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    Samsung is launching an enterprise-class SSD for servers and data centers based on the company's new 3D V-NAND flash. The 3D vertical NAND flash technology offers improved scaling, density, reliability and performance. Read More
  • PernixData Intros Industry's First Hypervisor for Server Flash
    PernixData Intros Industry's First Hypervisor for Server Flash
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    PernixData FVP is the industry's first hypervisor for server-side flash. The software allows administrators to scale-out storage performance completely independent of storage capacity. Read More
  • Mobile Servers: Get a Handle on Your Server
    Mobile Servers: Get a Handle on Your Server
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    Mobile servers are a viable alternative for a wide range of situations and business needs, beyond disaster scenarios. This article explores a number of use cases as well as mobile server options available today. Read More
  • IBM Launches New PowerLinux Server
    IBM Launches New PowerLinux Server
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    The new PowerLinux 7R4 server is based on IBM's Watson cognitive computing solution and runs on industry standard Linux from Red Hat and SUSE. Read More
  • IBM Reveals New zEnterprise Mainframe, OS Updates
    IBM Reveals New zEnterprise Mainframe, OS Updates
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    IBM has launched a new mainframe, the zBC12, available in two models and is getting ready to release a Linux-based version of the mainframe, the Enterprise Linux Server (ELS), soon. Read More
  • F5 ScaleN Bridges Gap Between SDN and ADC
    F5 ScaleN Bridges Gap Between SDN and ADC
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    F5 Networks announces ScaleN, a new product that promises to simplify application delivery by adding software defined networking (SDN) support to application delivery controllers (ADCs). Read More
  • Citrix Netscaler Added to Cisco Network Services Portfolio
    Citrix Netscaler Added to Cisco Network Services Portfolio
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    Cisco has integrated Citrix's NetScaler application delivery controller (ADC) technology into its Unified Fabric Cloud Network Services portfolio in an effort to create a flexible, scalable, application-aware network. Read More
  • HP Launches Cloud OS for HP Systems, Built on OpenStack
    HP Launches Cloud OS for HP Systems, Built on OpenStack
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    HP's new Cloud OS, based on OpenStack, is now offered on HP CloudSystem private cloud solution and HP Moonshot servers, enabling an open and extensible cloud technology platform. Read More
  • Nvidia GPUs Power World's Largest Virtual Brain
    Nvidia GPUs Power World's Largest Virtual Brain
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    Stanford University surpasses Google's artificial neural network using Nvidia GPU cores, creating a 11.2 billion parameter neural network. Who has the bigger brain now, Google? Read More
  • IBM Pitches Linux on Power 7+ Systems for Big Data
    IBM Pitches Linux on Power 7+ Systems for Big Data
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    IBM announces commitment to the Linux space by extending support for the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor for its power-based servers. Read More
  • HP’s New MicroServer a Big Boost for SMBs
    HP’s New MicroServer a Big Boost for SMBs
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    HP’s new line of MicroServers is designed with small to medium businesses in mind, by offering a low priced solution that is easy to deploy, manage and maintain. Read More
  • AMD Launches Opteron APU/CPU X-Series: X1150 and X2150
    AMD Launches Opteron APU/CPU X-Series: X1150 and X2150
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    AMD reveals a new Opteron X-Series family of processors (aka Kyoto) consisting of only two variants: the AMD Opteron X1150 CPU, and the world's first server-class x86 APU, the AMD Opteron X2150. Read More
  • INFOGRAPHIC: How to Team Your Network Cards in Windows Server 2012
    INFOGRAPHIC: How to Team Your Network Cards in Windows Server 2012
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    With Windows Server 2012 you can now team together as many NICs as you want to on your server and should one NIC go down, the system will automatically switch traffic to the remaining cards. Read More
  • A Technical Look into HP Moonshot
    A Technical Look into HP Moonshot
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    HP's Moonshot is the new kid on the block, offering a lot of computing for low energy consumption. In this blog post, Chris Wahl takes you on a technical look into the HP Moonshot 15000 Chassis and ProLiant Moonshot Servers. Read More
  • IBM X86 Server Division Might Be Sold to Lenovo
    IBM X86 Server Division Might Be Sold to Lenovo
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    Would IBM really sell off its X86 server hardware business to Lenovo? Well, it wouldn't be the first time Lenovo consumed a chunk of IBM's product lines. Read More
  • Teradata Announces InfiniBand For UDA
    Teradata Announces InfiniBand For UDA
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    Database company Teradata is extending its unified data architecture (UDA), which integrates its own Teradata, Hadoop, and Aster platforms. Read More
  • Enterprise vs. Consumer Tech: It's About the Components
    Enterprise vs. Consumer Tech: It's About the Components
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    Are enterprise-class hardware components worth their price tag? Find out in this battle of enterprise vs consumer tech components. Read More
  • Redesigning Your Data Center With Blade Servers
    Redesigning Your Data Center With Blade Servers
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    A modern blade architecture can be a real game-changer for enterprises helping improve on the four essential IT targets: flexibility, management, resource utilization and energy efficiency. Read More
  • IBM's Big Flash Buy-In
    IBM's Big Flash Buy-In
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    IBM is investing $1 billion in research towards improving and implementing flash storage, opening 12 flash prototyping centers around the world and launching its new flash-based storage systems, named FlashSystem. Read More
  • HP Moonshot: A Sign, Not a Game Changer
    HP Moonshot: A Sign, Not a Game Changer
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    HP has finally released it's Moonshot microserver system, breaking into the emerging microserver segment. But is the "software-defined" Moonshot ready to replace traditional servers? Read More
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