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2007-09-18 Four-channel optical transceiver fits datacenter apps
XLoom Communications Inc. has started to sample the iFlame optical chip, a multi-channel, high-density, cost-effective, optical engine for grid computing and datacenter applications.
2010-08-18 Datacenter chip startup gets cash influx from ARM, ATIC, TI
A new startup with the goal of making power consumption a non-issue for the datacenter, received $48 million from a syndicate of investors.
2008-07-31 Three giants collaborate on cloud computing
HP, Intel Corp. and Yahoo! Inc. have announced the creation of a global, multidata center, open source test bed for the advancement of cloud computing research and education.
2010-07-16 PHY immunizes datacenters from EMI
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. launches the Triveni APM9689x family of dual and quad port, low-power 100/1000/10GBASE-T PHYs.
2012-08-28 Intel,VMware team up to boost cloud security
Combined with vSphere 5.1, Intel's hardware-enhanced security capabilities would provide a stringent and high-integrity platform to run business-critical applications in both the private and public cloud settings.
2010-07-15 GbE PHY enables seamless 10- to 100Gbit migration
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. claims the industry's lowest power 10/40/100 GbE PHY for next-generation datacenter applications.
2010-07-19 Fujitsu, Microsoft cooperate on cloud computing
Fujitsu Ltd and Microsoft Corp. announce a worldwide cloud computing partnership enabling Fujitsu to deploy the Windows Azure platform appliance in Fujitsu datacenters.
2010-07-23 Dell buys storage optimization company
Dell has signed an agreement to acquire Ocarina Networks, a provider of storage optimization technology such as compression and deduplication.
2010-09-01 Clouds transform IT from cost center into service
VMware Inc. reveals a strategy and set of new and emerging products to help businesses and governments move beyond "IT as a cost center" to a more business-centric "IT as a service" model.
2013-07-16 Western Digital bolsters SSDs with VeloBit purchase
Western Digital's purchase builds on the company's plan to enhance the overall value of datacenter storage by integrating their SSDs with VeloBit's I/O Optimisation Software.
2006-04-03 Network interface chip to stimulate volume 10GbE deployment
NetXen has developed a family of intelligent network interface controllers that are aimed at facilitating widespread deployment of 10GbE technology in datacenter networks.
2008-07-29 Metered power units stabilize circuit load in real time
Raritan Inc. has introduced metered power distribution units for managing power in datacenter racks and providing advanced warning to protect against potential circuit overloads that can affect IT equipment and interrupt service
2012-03-13 LSI extends dual-core MegaRAID controller family
LSI's a new line of MegaRAID SATA+SAS controller cards designed to deliver the high I/O transaction performance required to accelerate the most demanding database applications and datacenter workloads.
2012-07-06 Energy University expands offerings
Schneider Electric's online Energy University is integrating datacenter courses in its effort to supply comprehensive energy efficiency learning for all segments and industries.
2007-02-09 AMD server processors tout 'best performance-per-watt'
Designed to offer industry-leading performance-per-watt, AMD's new Opteron processors are suitable for energy-conscious customers looking to reduce power and cooling bills and to achieve greater density in the datacenter.
2011-05-24 Xilinx buys Sarance Technologies, expands comms portfolio
Xilinx Inc. has announced its acquisition of Sarance Technologies. The move completes Xilinx's technology portfolio for line card applications by adding connectivity communications capabilities.
2014-09-02 What's switching: Nine takeaways from Hot Interconnects
The event sizzled with announcements and discussionsFacebook introduced its high-profile switch, critics attacked Ethernet's shortfalls, experts scrutinised Wi-Fi, and silicon photonics took centre stage.
2011-01-28 What's in the cards for the chip industry?
Chip industry analysts make fearless forecasts for 2011, among them, M & A's, a structural shift between memory sub-sectors, a brighter semicap equipment outlook and the continued rise of LEDs.
2012-05-17 Virtualized GPU speeds cloud computing graphics
NVIDIA's VGX platform handles 100 users in a single server powered by one VGX board, improving user density on a single server.
2009-11-10 Test suit handles high-volume IP traffic
Tektronix has expanded its test portfolio for communications carriers to meet the increasing amount of data that needs to be monitored, acquired and tested in all-IP communications networks.
2008-07-18 Terabyte drive sports power-efficient design
Forecasting the dawn of the "Tera Era," Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) has launched its second-generation 1Tbyte hard drive, the Deskstar 7K1000.B.
2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2007-11-27 Sun solutions enable open petascale computing
Sun Microsystems Inc. has delivered two new systems designed to address the extreme computation, scale and storage requirements of today's HPC customer.
2008-07-17 Sun rolls 'first' 1Tbyte tape storage drive
Sun Microsystems Inc. has unveiled the eco-efficient Sun StorageTek T10000B, claimed to be the first to offer 1Tbyte of native storage capacity on a single cartridge for open or mainframe systems environments.
2008-06-05 Sun Micro sets sights at emerging markets
Sun Microsystems Inc. has formed a new emerging markets sales geography to drive accelerated expansion and sales coverage across growing markets in South and Eastern Europe, Latin America, India and Greater China.
2007-10-04 Sun combines storage, server teams
Sun president and CEO Jonathan Schwartz revealed in his blog that the company will combine its Storage and Server product teams to create a converged group called the Systems team.
2014-05-02 SSD makers extend offerings to workload applications
Micron, SanDisk, and Samsung are capitalising on soaring demand for flash in data centres, developing workload-optimised SSD platforms with varied write capabilities that target the entire enterprise spectrum. The global SSD market is thus expected to jump by 30 per cent, reaching $12.4 billion this year, according to IHS iSuppli.
2014-04-21 SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share.
2008-06-27 Spansion readies DRAM alternative in datacenters
Spansion has rolled out a new class of memory that is intended to replace DRAMs and solve the energy consumption crisis in the datacenters.
2008-07-02 Spansion all set for Numonyx challenge
Sizing up Numonyx as its new competitor, Spansion said it will keep a close eye on the company.
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