Most IT administrators are not aware of the critical importance of good raised floors in the safe running of IT systems, writes Ajith Ram.
IBM has introduced its M5 portfolio of x86 servers, which it claimed delivers new innovations in security, efficiency and reliability that clients need for mission-critical applications.
AMD has unveiled a new family of low power server processors: The AMD Opteron X-Series, which it claims is optimised for scale-out server architectures.
Oracle Corporation has launched a set of midrange and high-end systems, the SPARC T5 and M5 servers, running the Solaris operating system.
All eyes are on Dell as it seeks to go private -- its Asia Pacific and Japan president tells DNA that the company is all fired up its transformation, which would in turn help its customers better respond to a rapidly changing marketplace.
HP announces new HP Integrity servers, which when paired with the latest version of HP-UX, deliver triple the performance of their predecessors, while using nearly 25% less power and reducing the total cost of ownership (TC) by 33%.
IBM has claimed a leadership position in the server market in Malaysia in terms of overall server revenue market share for the third quarter of 2012, citing IDC’s Asia/Pacific Quarterly Enterprise Server Tracker report.
HP has unveiled two new HP ProLiant Generation 8 (Gen8) four-socket servers that it claimed facilitate customers’ move to the cloud while delivering increased compute power in less space and a return on investment within three months.
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation has unveiled converged infrastructure solutions that combine storage, server, networking and software management in fully integrated packages designed for mission-critical workloads.
Hewlett--Packard has launched its ProLiant Generation 8 servers, the product of the two-year US$300mil research and development Project Voyager program that has seen more than 900 patents being filed. Describing them as the industry’s most “self-sufficient” servers, HP said the Generation 8 was designed on the three pillars of reducing complexity, cost and downtime; and is part of the company’s effort to transform the server lifecyle and redefine data center economics.