VMworld Europe confirms that SSD deployment is getting strong

SSD deployment is getting strong among enterprise storage and this was confirmed at the VMworld Europe. A survey was conducted at the event and almost 158 attendees participated in the survey. The survey revealed the fact that SSD technology is widely being deployed in data center and by next year the adoption of it will… More VMworld Europe confirms that SSD deployment is getting strong

Intel launches 335 series Solid State Drives

Intel Corporation has launched 335 series Solid State Drives, which it claims to be enriched with features such as low power consumption, improved performance and offers better justification to its price. Intel 335 series Solid State Drives have 20nm flash memory, which is said to be the smallest memory modules available in the market. Intel… More Intel launches 335 series Solid State Drives

VMware avoids lock-in fear as its vCenter supports Microsoft Hyper-V Servers

VMware has given respite to all those software users who were in fear of vendor lock-in. Virtualization software giant VMware has put aside its war with its rivals and has officially announced that its vCenter Server 5.1 will be supporting Microsoft Hyper V servers from the coming month. It is a fact that Microsoft has… More VMware avoids lock-in fear as its vCenter supports Microsoft Hyper-V Servers

Amazon Web Services upgrades and starts shipping Storage Gateway

Storage Gateway of Amazon Web Services has been upgraded and now its users can store data locally and can access it in a generalized way. Storage Gateway is a software appliance which integrates with the local and cloud storage and acts as a file sharing, backup and disaster recovery solution. Beta which was announced in… More Amazon Web Services upgrades and starts shipping Storage Gateway

Data Centers face hurricane “Sandy” with well prepared disaster recovery plans

Hurricane Sandy, which hit the east coast of North America a couple of days back is giving sleepless nights to the data center staff. The staff of all those data centers which are on the east coast of North America have been assigned with the duty to either stay on premises or in the near… More Data Centers face hurricane “Sandy” with well prepared disaster recovery plans

Storm Chasers use OnSSI Ocularis VMS to chase hurricane SANDY 2012

Storm Chasers, a famous American television series on discovery channel, is a program that shows team of scientists and film makers chasing down storms and tornadoes to capture the weather conditions live on camera. They are a part of the BAM Chase team (a weather group from Indiana) and share vital info of weather data,… More Storm Chasers use OnSSI Ocularis VMS to chase hurricane SANDY 2012

Rugged Fibre channel RAID data storage for military and avionics

Phoenix International Systems, a Californian based company has come up with a Fibre channel RAID data storage targeting mission critical applications related to military and avionics. This Fibre channel RAID data storage is available with 24 drives combination and is assigned with the model RPC24. The Fibre channel RAID data storage RPC24 has two removable… More Rugged Fibre channel RAID data storage for military and avionics

VMware stands high in Server Virtualization market says Gartner

VMware which delivers Virtualization software on a global note is said to be maintaining its lead over Microsoft and Citrix systems, as per the Server Virtualization infrastructure report prepared by Gartner 2012 Magic Quadrant. In the year 2012, Oracle has moved up into the challenger’s quadrant in the Gartner report, after reflecting more focused strategy… More VMware stands high in Server Virtualization market says Gartner

Bouncy ball cameras to deliver Security Surveillance

Boston based ‘Bounce Imaging’ has offered new ball cameras which have the ability to produce a 360-degree view of a specific place and can help the security teams in fighting crime in potentially dangerous environments. Researchers have developed a device which contains a cluster of cameras, electronically embedded and crammed with LEDs. This whole arrangement… More Bouncy ball cameras to deliver Security Surveillance

USA to replace human surveillance with Computer video surveillance

Government of USA is all set to replace human security surveillance with surveillance driven by computer software by 2014. The US Government has taken a step forward to fund the development of automatic video surveillance technology. With this step the surveillance driven by computer software will be capable enough to predict people’s activity in advance.… More USA to replace human surveillance with Computer video surveillance