Intel has unveiled the next generation of its datacentre chip platform at its developers conference in San Francisco
Calxeda runs out of money despite apparent industry interest in ARM servers.
Technology at least 10 years away from becoming a reality, according to storage vendor Nexenta.
Report finds enterprise shifting spending away from in-house infrastructure.
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New Thames Valley-based facility set to open in July.
Apple coughs to iMessage outage as well.
Liquid-cooled computers could achieve 97 per cent energy savings in cooling
Cloud services firm offers to move 2e2 customers' data for free.
Big Blue to flesh out Power Systems range with new affordable products.
Flash memory firm claims new product has already been trialled by Facebook.
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IaaS offering now supported on European infrastructure.
New system scales to 100 petaflops, and takes Titan’s title as fastest supercomputer.
New facility in Croydon will offer 8,400 sq m of space 10 miles from the City.
Virtualisation giant takes wraps off new cloud product suite and talks up benefits of software-defined infrastructure.
Preferred bidder iCITY gets nod to turn building into datacentre and business park.
New product combines compute, networking and storage in one, aims at cost reduction for business.
The CEO of Fusion IO claims EMC’s storage strategy is holding back progress in the data centre.
IT departments are still struggling to cope with server management, as it continues to take time away from strategic planning.
IBM Verse release date nears
Apple records largest profit ever posted by a company
YouTube now uses HTML5 by default
Intel joins Cambridge University's HPC research centre
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