Dell embraces a startup mentality to reshape its image from being just a direct seller of hardware to a more comprehensive provider of all kinds of IT services.
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The purchase of Cloudkick means Rackspace Hosting can offer what it calls a cockpit for navigating complex environments.
Worldwide server hardware revenue in the latest quarter increased 13.2 percent from 2009, according to IDC. The research firm also reports HP and IBM remain in a tight race for bragging rights to the leading share of revenue.
As more companies look to tap cloud computing, HP says hybrid solutions make for a more orderly transition.
Chip giant experiments with "cubicle cluster computing" as it looks to maximize efficiencies in its sprawling IT infrastructure.
In his VMworld keynote, CEO Paul Maritz warned that IT needs new tools to deal with the growing wave of cloud-based applications and consumer devices enterprise users are adopting. The solution? IT as a Service.
Free tool designed to help IT assess current infrastructure costs and potential savings of a move to cloud computing.
With backers that include Dell and Salesforce, Xsigo will announce what it says will be a virtual I/O breakthrough for the data center.
Big Blue Releases its biggest Unix Server yet, a Power7 system that boasts record transaction performance.
The virtualization and cloud computing infrastructure consulting firm will enhance CA's services division.
Promises to double application performance on Sparc systems every two years.
Next week's event will tout Oracle's systems approach, Sun hardware and the benefits of private clouds.
Last night's speech from Larry Ellison shed some light on his plans for Sun.
From Twitter to RSS skills, a recent report from Elance details the hottest freelance tech hiring trends.
Two prominent Silicon Valley investors explain why green tech is over-hyped, and point out other opportunities elsewhere, including social media.
New servers, blades and workstations are on tap for Intel's newest chip from a gaggle of its partners, including Dell, HP, IBM and Cisco.
With a focus on "efficient enterprise computing," Dell launches new blades, servers, storage and a simplified management console.
A cadre of tech execs find reasons for optimism, but in general the bright spots are few and the good news will be slow in coming.
VDIworks is splitting from its centralized desktop vendor parent. The new company will deliver virtualization offerings for a variety of platforms.
HP will integrate and support a custom version of XenServer.
Sun readies xVM Ops Center for next week's release and reveals pricing, availability and more.
As if taking the wraps off of its virtualization software and announcing a deal that puts Solaris on Dell servers wasn't enough, the systems vendor also unveiled several supercomputing and telecom solutions.
Guess the third-most preferred vendor for enterprises surveyed.
The latest in energy management: Turn servers off when they're not needed.
Thermal Zone Mapping, technology designed to identify energy efficiency trouble spots in the data center is introduced, while Dynamic Smart Cooling receives some finishing touches before next month's launch.