Lenovo which captured US server market by acquiring x86 server business in Q1 this year has bagged a big US customer recently. The Chinese computing products and services provider is all set to supply servers to Microsoft data centers in this year. After the acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business, Lenovo’s major secret clients were… More Lenovo makes a big leap in US by supplying servers to Microsoft data centers
Apple, Inc. has decided to use sewage water to cool its servers in an innovative way. The electronics giant has agreed to pay for a treatment facility to re-use water for evaporative cooling in its Prineville Data Center. By using recycled water instead of taking it straight from tap, Apple officials say that they will… More Apple to use sewage water to cool its servers
American Multinational Company Intel is in plans to give away PC and mobile market to AMD and stick to manufacturing of more innovative computing products in coming days. Since, the PC market has declined and smart phone chip making proving not so profitable, Intel has started focusing on other computing markets like Internet of Things,… More Is Intel giving away PC and mobile market to AMD?
Gartner’s recent survey reveals that hyper converged infrastructure builds have cut short the growth of server markets in recent times. The overall decline in server revenue reflects the fact that the average price of hardware has fallen during the past 12 months. Though there is a decline in revenue in first quarter of 2016, a… More Hyper Converged infrastructure cut shorts server market growth
Serverless computing seems to be the latest craze for cloud service providers these days and Amazon Web Services stands out as best example in this segment. AWS started Lambda in 2014 and the service remained largely unchallenged till this date. But now, IBM, Google and Microsoft are showing a lot of eagerness in rolling out… More Is Serverless computing a new paradigm for public cloud vendors?
In today’s world, so many people rely on computers for everything and no one can afford to loose data. But Malware attacks, hardware mis-configurations, software problems, computer sabotages can lead to downtime and data loss. This is where DNF Flashback which is an Integrated System Recovery tool can prove extremely helpful in recovering an entire… More Use DNF Flashback for Integrated System Recovery
Servers are lifeblood to enterprise IT as that’s where we store all our important documents and data. Hence, as soon as a server fails, work comes to a halt and can result in downtime which might also have the potential to paralyze a business on a permanent note. So, here a few things you can… More How to reduce server failures?
Facebook servers were hacked recently to steal workers log-in credentials through a backdoor script. The hacking activity was successful and might have opened doors of unlimited advantages, if the hack was not identified by a security researcher on time. The worlds leading social networking giant admitted that its servers were hacked, but denied the news… More Facebook servers hacked!
Advanced Micro Devices, well known as AMD to the world of computing has announced a plan to license the design of its top of the line server processors to newly formed Chinese Company called THATIC- Tianjin Haiguang Advanced Technology Investment Co. Ltd. THATIC was formed by a consortium of public and private Chinese companies. AMD… More AMD licenses its x86 server chip technology to Chinese company
Windows Storage Server is a storage appliance which is based on the Windows Server Operating system, and is specifically optimized for use with Network Attached Storage (NAS) Devices. Earlier in Windows Storage Server 2008, a couple of features —namely Single Instance Storage and the Microsoft iSCSI Software target were included. But in Windows Storage Server… More Difference between a Windows Server and a Windows Storage Server