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The new Sit-to-Stand Workstation, a first of its kind from StarTech.com, provides one-touch height adjustment, with an advanced pneumatic spring for effortless movement between sitting and standing positions.
By being able to deploy single-corded servers in high-density server racks—a power strategy Tripp Lite notes has never before been available above 5kW—companies can save thousands of dollars in hardware deployment costs.
With an improved user interface, wider range of available virtual resources, and a list of other features, the newest version of Parallels Remote Application Server gives IT admins an easy, cost-effective way to deliver Windows applications and desktops.
When combined, the systems from Western Digital and Avere help enterprises preserve their investments in file storage and applications and still take advantage of cloud architecture benefits such as scalability and economics.
With the Synology DiskStation DS216+, home users could stream high-quality video to all of their devices and small offices could benefit from high-speed file sharing and application serving.
Toshiba says its new Cloud Client Manager for Mobile can help small businesses on up to large-scale enterprises.
ADDC (Arnouse Digital Devices Corp.) announced it has created and patented a luggage-sized computing platform called the Mobyl Data Center (MDC). The first model in the mobile platform is the MDC22, so-called because it holds 22 servers.
With a sustained random read performance of 270,000 IOps, the new PX04SL series SSDs are optimized for read-intensive workloads such as data warehousing, Web servers, media streaming, and video on demand.
The 10TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD uses seven platters and 14 heads and seals in helium for a turbulence-free, quiet environment.
Fixstars, a Tokyo-based company that produces a variety of business software and hardware, has launched two new storage products: the Fixstars SSD-10000M and Fixstars SSD-13000M. The SSD-13000M is the world's largest capacity SSD with 13TB of storage.
With the Seagate NAS HDD 8TB, you’ll need fewer drives and fewer expensive enclosures to meet your data storage needs.
This third major update of Trellis, which Emerson Network Power originally released in 2012, has a number of new features, including a new Thermal System Manager module for tracking thermal profile down to the device level.
The TS-x53A family comes with two, four, six, or eight drive bays with Intel Braswell N3150 1.66GHz quad-core processors, 4K-capable HDMI output, and 4GB DDR3L RAM (upgradeable to 8GB).
QNAP says its new TS-x53A series NAS can provide a secure private cloud environment for file backup and sharing that, with the new Linux Station, can act as a base for Internet of Things application and developments.
Until now, network admins didn’t have an affordable, portable solution for high-quality packet-based WLAN analysis tailored for use with 802.11ac networks.
The Synology DiskStation DS216 can more than meet the performance needs of a workgroup or small office as an all-in-one server, private cloud server, or backup solution.
Nor-Tech (Northern Computer Technologies), a maker of supercomputers and high-performance computing systems, has created a new line of products that the company says will make it possible for most businesses to afford more powerful servers.
CTERA Cloud Server Data Protection improves upon the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform by adding backup capabilities to in-cloud workloads in addition to the existing endpoint and remote office capabilities.
The factors involved in calculating TCO may seem straightforward, but there are many complexities to consider.
Armstrong has a number of new integrated ceiling solutions meant for data center, clean room, and general office use and put together a new video and PDF to provide an overview of their benefits and how they work.
Global memory giant Crucial Technology announced new 8Gb DDR4 server memory modules. The new modules enable higher memory densities and are up to 20% more energy efficient than previous 4Gb modules.
The W5810, part of the company’s R2 Essentials NAS series, is a five-bay, Windows-based NAS that is easy to set up without IT support and seamlessly integrates with cloud-based solutions such as Office 365 and Microsoft Azure Backup.
The new solutions will be capable of scaling up to 4PB and offer ultra-low, consistent sub-millisecond response times and more than 8 million flash IOPS per rack.
Compared to previous-generation drives, the He10 offers a 25% increase in capacity and uses 56% fewer watts-per-terabyte than traditional air-filled drives. The Ultrastar He10 has an MTBF of 2.5 million hours.
The updates include new Office 365 capabilities and the general availability of Dynamics CRM 2016, along with a new PowerApps service.
The memory cards can withstand temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius and are meant for small-form-factor devices with demanding performance and capacity requirements. Plus, they’re also waterproof, static proof, X-ray proof, and shock proof.
The N5810PRO provides data security from both unforeseen human and natural factors, with the mini UPS, free Intel Security, and several levels of RAID to keep data safe.
The new Cloud Productivity and Mobility Solution Offerings, or CPM, include consulting services for Windows 10, cloud and mobility consulting, and industry-specific vertical applications.
The center will be part of a new approach toward how the company protects, detects, and responds to threats. It will bring together security response experts from across the company to help protect, detect, and respond to threats in real-time.
It's the ideal NAS server for growing businesses, Synology says, with 2GB RAM, two Gigabit LAN ports with failover, and a tool-less drive bay design.
At the SC15 trade show this week, Supermicro released a number of new products, including 2U TwinPro SuperServers and a 1U 48-port top-of-rack network switch. The products are specially designed for HPC clusters.
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