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Google buys plot of land in NL, but will there be a data centre?
Google has purchased 70 hectares of land in Noord-Holland for an undisclosed amount but says it is keeping its options open.
Gartner: global server market revenues still growing strongly
Revenue increased by 33.4% and shipments grew by 17.3% year over year for Q1 2018.
Aruba goes hyperscale with €300m data centre in Italy
With a whopping floor space of 52,000 square metres, the new data centre is expected to bring in around 200 new jobs.
HPE expands its portfolio with the ProLiant DL325 Gen10 server
Customers can supposedly achieve enterprise-class process, memory and I/O performance without paying for a dual-processor server.
12v vs. 48v: Calculating the energy savings of OCP-style PSUs
12V has been the standard output for power supplies, but recently we’re seeing 48V, with claims of much higher overall efficiency.
Supermicro reveals latest data centre and cloud solutions
The result is up to 60% hardware acquisition cost savings, less power consumption and less e-waste during technology refresh cycles.
Fujitsu commences sales of PRIMERGY x86 server
Fujitsu announced that it is launching Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY CX1430 M1, a new multi-node server model.
Pure Storage & NVIDIA unveil industry-first 'AI in a box’ offering
Pure Storage has forayed into new grounds after announcing the industry’s first comprehensive AI ready infrastructure, named AIRI.
Channel dominated infrastructure shipments in 2017 with 74%
The value of global infrastructure shipments hit an all-time high last year with 3 vendors and the channel dominating, but direct sales are catching.
Intel finds cost savings in modular servers
An Intel employee’s idea to make upgrading a server more like replacing a light bulb sees the birth of the disaggregated server.
First UK universities to deploy IBM POWER9 servers reap benefits
Queen Mary University of London and Newcastle University are the first academia in the UK to deploy IBM's new system for HPC, data analytics and AI.
International server market revenue surges 26.4%
The worldwide server market increased 26.4% year over year to $20.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2017.
CyberSecurity Malaysia boosts server security with PSSC Labs tech
CyberSecurity Malaysia has chosen US-based big data firm PSSC Labs to help secure the massive amount of cyber forensic data.
Server spotlight: Four key features of Lenovo’s ThinkSystem SD650
85-90% of heat is removed from the servers by water cooling and can be repurposed throughout the data center.
Customers can now mix four types of storage arrays with Dell EMC's new VxBlock 1000
“When customers deploy CI, what they are really looking to do is invest in technology that removes data center cost while improving outcomes."
Dell EMC launches 3 new servers for the modern data centre
Partners now have access to three new Dell EMC servers tailored for software-defined environments, edge and high performance computing (HPC).
Server sales in decline, IT 'sweating' on the rise - here's why
What’s the point in committing to a rack of brand new servers if you're going to move their applications to the cloud in the near future?
Cavium joins OpenCAPI consortium to bring server offloads into the next generation
"We will work in tandem with other partners' systems technology to unleash high-performance capabilities for our clients' data center workloads."
A new Hybrid IT worldview explained by HPE
HPE sets out their Hybrid IT vision for the future of enterprise IT.
HPE teams up with AMD on new ProLiant server
“The AMD EPYC SoC delivers a better balance of cores, memory, and I/O to deliver optimal performance based upon todays workloads."
Increase performance with Huawei and SAP HANA’s network solutions
SAP HANA can transform business modelling, implementation, and interconnection as well as explore new business opportunities.
Gallery: Server Fervor! HPE treats their disties with foodtrucks
Gallery: The HPE Food Truck visited the workplaces of Dicker Data, Ingram Micro and Arrow
Dell Technologies introduces 'Project Fire' & new IoT division
“IoT is fundamentally changing how we live, how organizations operate and how the world works” says Michael Dell.
Oracle gets certified to run SAP applications on its cloud
The application server has received full certification for Oracle Cloud, marking a continuation of SAP application support on Oracle infrastructure.