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Facebook will use Servers Based on Intel Sandy Bridge and AMD Bulldozer.
SolarWinds Storage Response Time Monitor targets storage IO problems caused by server virtualization in real time.
End-users can upload and share large files directly into shared and private folders securely.
Veeam Backup & Replication v6 adds support for Hyper-V and enhancements for VMware vSphere.
Two servers in one unit run applications simultaneously.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to focus more on its higher-margin server business.
A new BlackBerry Enterprise Server upgrade will accommodate iPhones and iPads.
VMware has reversed course on this new feature in Fusion 4.1.1.
WorkSpace Universal also integrates with 2X Application server from 2X Software.
The most logical migration strategy is from HP-UX to Red Hat rather than Windows.
The demand for data centers has increased the need for servers.
Apple remains quiet on topic of unauthorized uses of Siri.
Company markets Pentium-branded low-end server processor.
Rackspace has taken several initiatives to stay ahead of the cloud computing trend.
Security expert says old perimeter-based approach no longer works.
Dell offers the AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors in its several models of its rack, blade and ultra-dense PowerEdge servers.
ConVirt is used to manage operating system guests atop Xen or KVM hypervisors.
New development roadmap includes HP Integrity servers, HP NonStop systems and the HP-UX and OpenVMS operating systems.
16 cores per CPU (or 64 per four-socket server) plus each CPU can support up to 384 GBs of memory.
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) placed KEMP in the Value Leader category in its EMA Radar Report.
Right now change is slow but it is expected to accelerate as SSD costs drop.
Oracle files court documents claiming the two are keeping the chip alive -- even though no one wants to buy it.
ICE X is optimized for technical computing with integrated InfiniBand switch blades for better throughput.
What you need to know before switching from shared server to virtual private server.