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Inspur announces new rack scale servers at Open Commute Summit
Inspur has unveiled its latest rack scale servers at the Open Compute US Summit this year, where it participated as a Platinum member.
Dell and Huawei enjoy lone growth in declining server market
"The outlook for 2017 suggests that modest growth will occur being driven primarily by service provider build-outs."
Server-less printers the answer to cutting business costs, says exec
“By eliminating servers, businesses can bring down the total cost of ownership compared with solutions that require a print server."
APAC the only region to post positive revenue growth in global server market
That’s according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker.
Data center server market worth $56 billion
"The rising number of hyper-scale data centers for analytic applications such as big data analytics will be a key driving factor for the market."
Ivanti is 'transforming the way we understand the data centre'
The license optimiser helps asset managers understand even the most complicated server-based enterprise software.
Focus on quality over quantity with server deployment, says exec
"In the case of servers, more isn’t always better, especially when they can be maxed-out with memory."
NIIT Technologies joins Duck Creek Alliance Program as certified delivery partner
India-based IT solutions provider NIIT Technologies has joined Duck Creek’s Global Alliance Program as a certified Delivery Partner.
Exclusive opportunity for NZ channel with Intel’s new solution
Intel's new solution allows the entire NZ sales channel to benefit rather than just integrators or PC/Server builders.
Benefits of upgrading your servers & OS – and the dangers of staying put
It has become vital to be agile and on the pulse of change – not least of which lies the importance of refreshing servers and operating systems.
HPE leads declining server market, IDC says
"While cloud datacenter buildouts by key hyperscalers helped to prop up the results, the overwhelming downward trend was difficult to overcome."
IT professionals need to upgrade to keep up with virtualisation demands
“As virtualised workloads grow it will only become more difficult for IT professionals to keep up with the demands placed on server infrastructure."
US-based provider Host Color launches dedicated server capacity across major Asian cities
US-based cloud provider Host Color launches new infrastructure hosting services, named 'Worldwide Dedicated Servers', in five locations across Asia.
CenturyLink offers 'bare metal on demand' to Australian channel partners
Centurylink's Australian channel partners are now able to capitalise on what it calls 'bare metal on demand'.
Inspur is the fastest growing server vendor in the world, says Gartner
Inspur says it continues to expand its growth globally - with operations currently expanding rapidly across the U.S., Japan, and several others.
Fujitsu showcases M10 server solutions for next-gen data centers
Fujitsu's M10 server solutions are front and center for the company at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, as the company showcases the latest in data center tech.
Dell EMC launches ScaleIO Ready Node to match shift towards server SAN trends
The new Dell EMC isn't wasting time in putting new ScaleIO & PowerEdge All-Flash servers to market that the company says will transform data centers.
Dell and HPE head of the pack in ‘shuffling’ server market
There’s some shuffling going on amongst vendors in the global server market, with Dell leading shipments and HPE remaining leader in server revenue.
Go4Hosting claims 'first' to use 28 Core Duo Tetradecagon servers
Indian-based Go4hosting has announced that it is the first data center in India to launch 28 Core Duo Tetradecagon Dedicated Servers.
$14 million boost in supercomputer storage to benefit Australian science
"The expansion provided by this co-investment will see an extra 150 million compute hours become available, alleviating severe supply shortages."
Inspur to bring Rack Scale servers to China Mobile data centers
Inspur will provide hundreds of rack scale servers to China Mobile's International Information Port Data Center network, the company has announced.
Global server revenue declined despite increase in shipments
Low level shipment growth occurred in 1Q16, despite a decline in revenue, with Asia Pacific the only region not to record a decline.
Kiwi schools stuck in server land, remain slow to adopt the cloud
“The 9-3pm model for education is changing, and the best way to support this cost effectively is through the cloud."
IBM server sales surge, closes in on leaders HPE, Dell
IBM saw strong server revenue growth in Q4, while the density optimised segment of the market benefitting from continuing data center buildouts.