The company's latest server system continues a trend of packing plenty of punch in a small package.
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The chip maker launches its delayed Opteron A1100 SoC into a data center market that officials say is now more ready for ARM-based processors.
While the server 1U form factor almost always leads to limitations on disk, CPU and memory, Dell is looking to change that in a big way with the new PowerEdge R230.
In need of a versatile building block capable of handling just about anything you want to throw at it? Check out what's essentially a cluster in a box from Dell.
The HP DL180 Gen9 server may be just what you need if you're looking for a budget-priced two-socket server.
Dell's high-end R920 server certainly sports the specs, but can it handle nearly any workload of any size without skipping a beat?
A variety of new features and enhancements make their debut in vSphere 6.0, most notably Virtual Volumes and vMotion capabilities. But are the additions enough to warrant an upgrade?
HP continues to innovate with each new generation of servers while maintaining the tradition of engineering quality hardware. Do the new Gen9 systems live up to that high standard?
In conjunction with the release of the Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 Haswell processors, Dell has rolled out a portfolio of new servers that includes the PowerEdge T630.
Our latest server review compares several storage solutions running under either Windows Storage Server or Windows Server Essentials.
Consolidation is the name of the game in today's datacenter, and Super Micro has plenty of systems to help, including the SuperServer F627R3-R72B+.
Our latest server review takes the Lenovo RD340 for a spin by setting up a VMware Virtual SAN proof-of-concept cluster.
The company's SYS-5038A-IL packs a whole lot of features into a single tower case, and its low cost makes the server a great choice for tight budgets.
What can you do with a low-end budget server? In the case of two systems from Dell and Lenovo, the answer is quite a lot.
The company's SuperServer rackmount server solution delivers an attractive blend of performance, reliability, power efficiency and affordability.
With power and cooling the two most significant operating costs for servers, a more power-efficient solution can significantly impact the bottom line. In that respect, HP's new DL580 Gen8 certainly delivers.
At the Open Compute Summit, the chip maker also unveiled a developer kit designed to encourage companies to build to the SoC.
The Altus OCP31 showcases some of the key advantages a third-generation OCP-based server system can offer for those looking to save on operating costs as well as initial procurement costs.
While the compact 1U ProLiant DL320 may not offer the cost savings of its MicroServer sibling, it does provide impressive compute power and features ideal for a small business or small branch office.
Does the latest iteration of VMware's core offering deliver enough enhancements and new features to make it warrant a closer look?
There's more to consider when purchasing new server infrastructure than simply the hardware. Make sure you do a little homework on the management side of the equation before your next server purchase.
In need of a high-power server tower but don't require the high availability of a cluster solution? Consider the smooth-operating PowerEdge T620 for your next server replacement or upgrade.
In need of the perfect building block for workloads like storage and compute clustering that need multiple physical servers? HP has you covered with its latest half-height blade server.
While cost may be the biggest driver for the entry-level server market, ease of configuration and management can pay big dividends, as HP's new Gen8 MicroServer shows.
Has Microsoft's Windows Server 2012 R2 left VMware behind in terms of virtualization technology, and what BYOD features does 2012 R2 have in store for enterprises?