Infrastructure


Report: Dell Surpasses HPE in Server Shipments

Dell surpassed Hewlett Packard Enterprise in server shipments in the second quarter, according to new research from Gartner Inc., but HPE maintained its lead in server revenue.

DataSphere Data Orchestration Platform Unveiled

Primary Data today announced it's set to introduce its new DataSphere data orchestration platform at next week's VMworld 2016 U.S. conference.

Inspur Unveils Hyperconverged Solutions

Inspur launched its new family of InCloud 3000 hyperconverged server solutions for large and mid-sized datacenters at the recent Intel Developer Forum.

Box Shuttle Helps Enterprises Move to Cloud

Box, which provides an enterprise content management platform, today announced a new Shuttle service to help enterprises migrate their content to the Box cloud.

New Oracle Database Appliances Target Smaller Enterprises

Oracle this week added to its Database Appliance portfolio with new offerings designed for small and mid-sized enterprises, costing as little as $18,000.

Fujitsu Offers High-End x86 Servers as UNIX Alternative

Fujitsu is incorporating high-performance Intel Xeon processors in a new line of PRIMEQUEST high-end servers positioned as alternative hardware choices for enterprises looking to migrate off UNIX systems to run mission-critical apps like ERP and databases.

HPE OneView Provides Enterprise System Intelligence

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced an upgrade to its OneView tool, an infrastructure automation engine that provides software-defined intelligence across HPE servers, storage devices and other products.



Enterprise Technology Report Shows Disruptive Shift

Enterprise systems in 2016 are starting to look a lot different than enterprise systems of yesteryear, according to a new report about the "enterprise technologies to watch in 2016" from the Enterprise Irregulars.

HP Enterprise Grows High-Performance Server Offerings

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has added to its high-performance computing offerings, with new deep learning functionality, storage servers and targeted financial services industry applications.

Research Shows Growth in x86-Based Server Demand

Amid a growing overall market, demand for x86-based servers increased year over year in the fourth quarter of 2015, while non-x86 server revenue actually declined, according to new research from IDC.

Cloud Performance Testing Gives Slight Edge to Azure over AWS

Enterprises seeking a cloud services provider might want to choose either Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure, according to a new report from Nasuni.

Microsoft Releases Windows Server 2016 Preview 2

Microsoft released the Technical Preview 2 of Windows Server 2016, which features compute, networking and storage enhancements.

Enterprises Now Devote One-Third of Total IT Infrastructure Spending to the Cloud

Omnipresent cloud computing now make up one-third of all enterprise spending on IT infrastructure, research firm IDC said in a new report.

Growth Seen in Converged Infrastructure Platforms

Research company IDC said converged infrastructure platforms -- typically combining compute, storage and virtualization technologies -- are seeing a growth spurt.

AWS Is Top Choice for Enterprises Moving to the Cloud

Skyhigh Networks released a survey showing that Amazon Web Services leads the growing list of services designed to help enterprises move their operations to the cloud.

Facebook Reveals Open Source, Modular Switch for Datacenters

This week Facebook Inc. unveiled the "6 pack" -- a new "open hardware," modular network switch, which the company is calling the first of its kind.

Cloud Orchestration, Disaster Recovery Tools Released

GigaSpaces Technologies and RackWare each release 3.0 versions of their software for enterprises doing business in the cloud.

Datacenter SDN Fabric Aimed at Enterprises of All Sizes

Big Switch Networks Inc. flagship product provides hyperscale networking technologies.

Big Data Cloud Migration Quickens

Vendors scramble to help enterprises move their Big Data analytics to the cloud in an exploding market.

Analysts Say Cisco Vulnerable To Growth of Software-Defined Networking

With a smaller piece of the market pie for everyone, consequences for Cisco are "particularly dire."