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Dell PowerEdge VRTX review: data centre under your desk

January 17, 2014 - 12:58 AM
It's hard not to get impressed when you walk into a server space. Rows of racks, tons of cables and noisy fans, you can almost see the bits and bytes floating around. That it doesn't need to be that big Dell proves with the new PowerEdge VRTX, which basically is a data centre in a box.

New quad core server CPUs: AMD Barcelona vs. Intel Harpertown

September 18, 2007 - 04:31 PM
Last week AMD finally, after months of postponing, introduced its quad core Opteron processors, better known by their codename Barcelona. However, AMD is not the only one with a new product; on the first day of the 2007 Fall IDF, Intel will be unveiling its second generation quad core Xeon server processors, which so far has been referred to as Harpertown. Both manufa...


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New cartridges for HP Moonshot (Intel Avaton, Opteron X1250 and ARM A15)

December 10, 2013 - 04:14 AM
Today HP presented a number of new cartridges for its Moonshot server. The Moonshot server is a remarkable machine with room for 45 of these cartridges, each of which is an individual server. Until now the Moonshot server was only available with Intel Atom processors. This limited it to for example static web servers. The new cartridges will change this. A HP Moonsh...

HP unleashes its virtualisation sharks

December 9, 2013 - 11:30 AM
Cloud storage and virtualisation are the new magic words in the world of servers, and HP made a number of interesting announcements today in Barcelona at its Discover event. HP wants to enable companies to look differently at their data. According to Bill Veghte (Executive Vice President and General Manager HP Enterprise Group), we’re headed in the direction of...


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