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Fujitsu to ship PRIMEHPC supercomputers in March 2020
The Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX1000 and PRIMEHPC FX700 models both utilize technology of the Fugaku supercomputer, which was jointly developed by Fujitsu and RIKEN.
Dell EMC brings new range of PowerEdge servers to market
The new PowerEdge servers are engineered to work with 2nd generation AMD EPYC processors and designed from the ground up to address demands of traditional, emerging, and multi-cloud workflows.
Cyxtera adds HPE ProLiant Servers to CXD on-demand data center platform
CXD gives customers point-and-click provisioning over a range of connectivity and infrastructure services from Cyxtera and a global partner ecosystem.
Lenovo targets customers dealing with data-intensive workloads
Lenovo ThinkSystem SR635 and SR655 add to the company’s server portfolio and are powered by the next-generation AMD EPYC 7002 Series processors.
HPE ProLiant delivers 'record' benchmarking results
HPE is celebrating new feats of engineering and performance in two of its new servers, all thanks to the power of AMD processors.
Infortrend optimises products for hyperscale era
This week the company announced that its mainstream storage solutions now support the 25 GbE networking standard, which means they are able to serve data centres and M&E.
QNAP releases dual-controller enterprise ZFS NAS
The ES1686dc features optimal storage efficiency and active-active high availability.
Server market sees slowest growth in eight quarters
Dell ranked No.1 in vendor revenue share, followed by HPE, Inspur, Lenovo, Cisco, Huawei, and IBM.
phoenixNAP launches server platform powered by Intel Xeon
“The introduction of these new Intel Xeon E processors is a game changer in the entry-level server market and a strong addition to our portfolio of dedicated servers."
NVIDIA brings AI to the edge with EGX platform
“Enterprises demand more powerful computing at the edge to process their oceans of raw data — streaming in from countless interactions with customers and facilities — to make rapid, AI-enhanced decisions that can drive their business."
Server Technology beats out competition at DCS Awards
Server Technology has taken out the top spot for the Data Centre PDU Innovation of the Year at the DCS Awards.
Atos develops edge server with security in mind
The BullSequana Edge server is able to securely manage and process IoT data close to the source of data generation so that it is treated immediately.
Huawei fastest growing server vendor in the world
Despite the myriad controversies that Huawei faces on a near-weekly basis, Gartner research reveals no sign of slowing in the server market.
Dell EMC’s six server market trends
As the evolution of cloud-based computing continues, it is important to know what’s ahead to stay ahead of the market.
Huawei FusionServer Pro built for 'intelligent transformation'
The next generation X86 servers draw on an intelligent acceleration engine, an intelligent management ending, and intelligent data center solutions for ‘diverse’ scenarios as transformation shifts from digital to intelligent.
HPE & Nutanix join forces to deliver hybrid cloud as a service
The two tech giants have partnered to offer a fully integrated solution that capitalises on the hybrid IT market.
Opinion: 6 steps for setting up a server room for your business
Schneider Electric's Kavita Manral discusses the modern server room and advice for setting up one for a business.
How Dell EMC aims to advance its server portfolio
Dell EMC announced several advancements to Dell EMC PowerEdge servers.
Huawei unveils new hardware to ‘smarten up data centres’
Huawei has taken the covers off a new addition to its portfolio of servers that it says has been designed for the AI era.
Dell and HPE dominate in declining India server market
IDC has released its latest findings surrounding India’s server market – and the news isn’t great for the market as it has fallen significantly.
Gartner: NZ server grows at same rate as shipments decline
In New Zealand, server revenue grew by almost 50% in the 4Q18 compared to the same quarter of 2017, while shipments declined 43.3%.
Gartner: Local server revenue up by a quarter, shipments down
In Australia, server revenue increased 24.7% in 4Q18, while shipments declined 5.3%.
Global server market maintains healthy growth in Q4 2018
New data from Gartner reveals that while there was growth in the market as a whole, some of the big vendors actually declined.
Dell EMC named number one… and loving it
A recent Dell EMC blog post celebrates IDC naming it number one in a myriad of storage and systems markets.