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QNAP Delivers Compact Storage and Compute with 10GbE in TS-932X
Looking for a high-speed storage solution at a budget price? QNAP offers a truly plug-and-play NAS box that you can have up and running in under a minute.

VMware vSphere 6.7 Arrives with Stability and Security Enhancements
Few enterprises look to implement every new point release for server software, so is there enough value in the new vSphere 6.7 release to warrant an upgrade?

Lenovo's SR850 Server Packs Four CPU Sockets in a 2U Box
Lenovo has built some of the best management software we've tested into its beastly SR850 server, but are there any negative surprises hidden under its hood?

Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop Deliver Desktops Virtually to any Device
Citrix provides robust virtual desktop capabilities with comprehensive client support in XenServer 7.5 and XenDesktop 7.18.

Lenovo's DX8200C Powered by Cloudian Provides Object Storage to Enterprises
Lenovo has teamed with Coudian on an appliance that combines the Lenovo DX8200C platform with Cloudian Hyperstore to provide object storage.

Server Management and Development Made Easy by HPE
HP is known for its attention to detail, and it shows in three new offerings that can connect directly to the console of a server for developing server apps or managing a system.

vSAN 6.6.1 Steps Up VMware's Hyper-Converged Game
Each new release of VMware's vSAN delivers better performance, more features, and now with vSAN 6.6.1, a configuration assistant to help get you started quicker and easier than ever before.

Lenovo DX8200D and DataCore Software Duo Deliver Flexible Storage
The Lenovo DX8200D with DataCore SANsymphony software offers one of the most capable and extensible storage systems on the market.

Supermicro's New X11SPM-TF Sports Intel Xeon Gold CPU and More
Looking to build out your own server? Supermicro has a solution with everything a system admin needs to construct a highly functional server system for less than $3000.

QNAP's TS-1685 Blurs the Lines Between Storage and Server
QNAP's latest system is a powerhouse of a box that does much more than simply serve files.

HPE SimpliVity Is Hyper-Simplicity
HPE's new SimpliVity 380 combines a hardware add-in board and the industry-leading HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen9 into a hyper-converged workhorse that delivers both performance and simplicity in spades.

Lenovo's System x3500 M5 Tower Rocks the Office
If you find yourself in need of a new departmental tower server, the Lenovo System x3500 M5 warrants a close look for its impressive power and functionality.

HPE Synergy Scores on the Software-Defined Scale
HPE delivers a platform that truly defines your computing environment as well as the operating system and apps with its new software-defined compute, networking, software and storage Synergy platform.

vSphere 6.5 Advances Server Virtualization Once Again
To upgrade or not to upgrade -- that is the question. We have the answer.

Intel Skull Canyon NUC Handles Heavy Workloads
Intel's latest Next Unit of Computing device is a true portable powerhouse, packing quite a punch in a small form factor for adeptly handling any number of heavy workload and server scenarios.

HPE's Apollo 4510 Does Windows Storage Server 2016
The latest Apollo server system plays a key role in HPE's new emphasis on the concept of a composable architecture for building out your datacenter.

Server Review: Opengear IM7200 Infrastructure Manager
The Opengear IM7200 Infrastructure Manager takes out-of-band remote connectivity to new heights.

Minimalist Windows Server 2016 Means Nano Server
Windows Nano Server represents the future of where Microsoft wants to go with their server OS platform, especially for heavily virtualized environments. Discover what the minimalist server operating system has to offer, both in terms of benefits and shortcomings.

Consider Consolidating Your Servers with a New Dell or HPE 4U Workhorse
If you have server or workload consolidation projects on tap, opting for one of the latest server systems from Dell or HPE could lead to significant cost savings.

HPE's HC 380 Serves Up Secret Sauce for Hyper-Converged
HPE's OVIO tool in the new HPE Hyper Converged 380 takes the complexity out of cluster installation and makes it cookie-cutter simple.

New Supermicro SuperBlades Pack Some Serious Power
Supermicro's latest blade servers feature Intel Broadwell CPUs and when paired with NVMe and SSD disks are total screamers in terms of performance.

Cisco's UCS Mini Is Ready for any Workload
There's nothing "mini" about the Cisco UCS Mini -- it's a full-fledged blade server platform with the ability to scale up to meet the large majority of enterprise needs.

Synology DSM 6.0 Does Containers and More
Synology has once again raised the bar of excellence with its DiskStation Manager (DSM) 6.0, especially if you plan on running Docker containers on your NAS box.

Cisco UCS C3260 Is a Storage Beast
When it comes to storage servers, Cisco's latest system outshines similar offerings from Dell and HP in terms of disk density, but how well does it stack up in other areas?

SuperMicro's SuperServer Is a Four-Node Hyper-Converged Platform
The company's latest server system continues a trend of packing plenty of punch in a small package.

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