Monday, June 01, 2009Software revamp bumps up Google Search Appliance capacity Version 6.0 of Google Search Appliance indexes billions of documents and makes it easier to link devices
Tuesday, May 26, 2009Intel Nehalem-EX to be its highest-performing chip The chipmaker unveiled its “real beast of a processor,” the Nehalem-EX for the high-end server market. Set to be available in systems early next year, the newest chip will out-perform the Xeon 7400 series, Intel’s highest-performing chip to-date. One analyst thinks AMD has nowhere to run
Wednesday, May 20, 2009Intel pushes back quad-core launch Much-delayed Tukwila, the first new Itanium chip since Montecito in 2006, was promised for the middle of this year. It now won't see the light of day to early 2010
Monday, May 18, 2009HP, Microsoft form unified communications partnership INTEROP: The two companies promise to spend $180 million over four years to create integrated hardware-software solutions. However, no details on what they'll build are announced
Monday, May 11, 2009TechEd: Exchange 2010 faster, more scalable than Exchange 2007 Microsoft's upcoming Exchange 2010 will be able to read and write 70 per cent faster than the company's current E-mail software
Sunday, April 19, 2009Sun fires back at Cisco with blade network switch The Virtual Network Express Module, does the job of an aggregation switch, managing traffic between the blade servers and a central 10-Gigabit Ethernet switch. Find out about Sun’s new server offerings
Thursday, April 16, 2009Green IT's bottom line In a foundering economy, reducing your carbon footprint is more about cash than karma
Wednesday, April 08, 20096 things to consider when installing IP telephony A speaker at IT360 gave some tips on security, quality of service, power over Ethernet, staffing, data networks and redundancy. Find out what analyst Matthias Machowinski has to say and how the Phybridge Uniphyer works
Wednesday, April 08, 2009Novell jumps on cloud bandwagon The company’s new service-driven data centre strategy is just another way of describing Novell’s push into the cloud, according to an Info-Tech analyst
Wednesday, April 01, 20095 sizzling virtualization skills Recruiters acknowledge that amid layoffs and slashed IT budgets. skill areas designated hot may only be less cold than others. Skills in virtualization have overcome that faint praise, however, and become genuinely hot.
Wednesday, April 01, 2009AMD working on very low-power Shanghai processors Chip battle heats up even more as AMD promises to outgun Intel with its new quad-core Opteron EE chips that will deliver similar performance to its predecessors while drawing significantly less power
Wednesday, March 18, 2009Sun introduces open cloud amid IBM takeover talk Sun might have sweetened the deal with its new cloud assets. Is IBM licking its chops?
Tuesday, March 17, 2009IBM in talks to buy Sun Microsystems IBM is in talks to snap up Sun Microsystems for US$6.5 billion , according to the Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, March 17, 2009Sun renews cloud services market push Sun Microsystems' fresh cloud services offerings places the company in direct competition with Amazon Web Services
Sunday, March 15, 2009Securing virtual environments Many thrifty managers believe that the same technologies currently used to protect conventional physical servers can simply be extended to virtualized environments. This could lead to being trapped by threats in several areas, including software, administration, mobility, the operating system and network visibility