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How To   |    April 29, 2016

What DevOps Means For Your Business

How a DevOps approach can improve your software development process.

News   |    April 28, 2016

Tripp Lite Expands Lineup Of Charging Station Carts

The offerings include 32- and 16-device versions and models with more spacing between dividers that can accommodate thicker devices and those up to 16 inches wide, the company says.

IBM is adding three new products to its portfolio of all-flash offerings for enterprise-class servers. The A9000, A9000R, and IBM DS8888 are targeted primarily at cloud services that require easy scaling and low latency.

News   |    April 27, 2016

New ZyXEL Access Point Is “Future-Proof”

The NWA5123-AC 802.11ac Dual-Radio Unified Access Point can quickly scale from one or two standalone access points to a centrally-managed solution for larger environments.

To ensure its servers and motherboards provide the best in performance and power savings, TYAN says it has added support for the new Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 processors.

Featured Product   |    April 26, 2016

Seagate Now Shipping Its 10TB Helium Enterprise Hard Drive

The 10TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD uses seven platters and 14 heads and seals in helium for a turbulence-free, quiet environment.

Featured Product   |    April 21, 2016

GIGABYTE’s Newest Professional Motherboard Is Built For Speed

With its new X170 Series, GIGABYTE delivers multipurpose motherboards that possess the utmost speed, performance, and graphics capabilities.

News   |    April 21, 2016

Thecus Adds To Storage Server Lineup

The new W2810PRO has an Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core processor and 4GB DDR3 RAM.

Featured Product   |    April 20, 2016

Crystal Clear Audio & Video Over Extended Distances

ATEN's VanCryst™ solutions provide signal management and system control for home and professional audio/video situations alike.

Crucial has announced two new memory kits for servers. The 32GB DDR4 VLP RDIMM and 64GB DDR4 LRDIMM server memory modules are the highest density server memory that Crucial currently offers.

The latest addition to Western Digital’s color portfolio of hard drives-—WD Gold-—is ideal for a range of data center applications, from small-scale enterprise servers to rackmount servers and storage enclosures.

How To   |    April 19, 2016

Essential Data Center Cleaning Policies & Procedures

Cleaning isn’t a high priority in most data centers, but that needs to change. We’ll examine the consequences of a dirty data center and take a look at some ways you can improve data center cleaning.

The VS1912, a 3-in-1 video splitter, media player, and video wall solution, features advanced video wall features and support for asymmetric layouts and advanced scheduling

News   |    April 15, 2016

Thecus Updates Two-Bay NAS

The N2810PLUS from Thecus has 4GB DDR3 RAM and a next-generation Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core processor for improved speed and processing power.

On the eve of the Cloud Expo Europe trade event in London, Infortrend announced its new EonStor GS, a cloud-integrated unified storage system. The company says EonStor GS provides cost-effective and scaleable storage for structured and unstructured data.

News   |    April 13, 2016

ZyXEL Intros Entry-Level VPN Firewalls

The USG20-VPN and USG20W-VPN make business-class network security affordable for small businesses, ZyXEL says, with strong performance and a robust set of security features.

News   |    April 13, 2016

Micron Releasing New SSDs

The three new SSDs-—two NVMe PCIe and one SAS—-enable an agile, scale-out storage platform needed given the influx of data being created, accessed, and stored by mobile devices and cloud computing.

The HGST Active Archive System, SA-1000 model offers smaller object storage footprints with easy-to-manage building blocks and can scale from 672TB to 28PB.

News   |    April 11, 2016

SanDisk Upgrades Its All-Flash Storage Platform

SanDisk doubled the performance of its current InfiniFlash system designed for high-capacity, performance-demanding applications.

News   |    April 07, 2016

TRENDnet Launches PoE+ AV Series Switch Line

TRENDnet’s new PoE+ AV switches have a clutter-free front-panel display, with no cables in front, making them easy (and visually appealing) to integrate into an existing AV equipment rack, whether it’s at work or home.

Addressing the critical business issues that C-level executives at data centers, colocation and cloud service providers must face.

News   |    April 06, 2016

TYAN Has A New POWER8-Based 1U Server

The server is part of its OpenPOWER lineup, which TYAN says is designed to give enterprises and data centers high price-performance ratio solutions for data analytics and high-performance computing.

The new Pascal GP100 GPU and Tesla P100 graphics accelerator deliver the highest absolute performance for high-performance computing, technical computing, deep learning, and other computationally-intensive data center workloads, NVIDIA notes.

Supermicro is using this week’s NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference to debut its next-generation GPU server architecture and new GPU-optimized SuperServer, SuperBlade, and SuperWorkstation products.

The new system has several updates, including a web-based responsive user interface with a custom dashboard for more easily managing large networks. New video capabilities work with many different camera brands and capture snapshots during alarm events.

The processor support runs across Supermicro’s product lineup, with systems offering up to 44 cores and 3TB of 2,400MHz DDR4 memory.

News   |    April 04, 2016

QNAP Releases World’s First M.2 SSD-based NAS

The TBS-453A NASbook has 4 or 8GB of dual-channel DDR3L RAM and a 14nm Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core 1.6GHz processor that can automatically burst to 2.08GHz for CPU-intensive tasks. There's room for four M.2 2280/2260/2242 SATA 6Gbps SSDs.

News   |    March 31, 2016

TYAN Showing Its 4U, Four GPU Platform

The FT76-B7922 platform supports up to four NVIDIA Tesla K80 dual-GPU accelerators, four Intel Xeon E7-8800 v3 processors, 96 DIMM slots, and eight 2.5-inch SAS 12Gbps hard drives or SSDs.

News   |    March 31, 2016

Velocity Micro Revamps High-Performance Lineup

The four new systems include a desktop, rackmount unit, and two notebooks.

The Pro 16 Flex packs desktop hardware in its 15.6-inch chassis, making it a portable, high-performance PC that would work for a variety of business tasks.

News   |    March 29, 2016

DatacenterDynamics Enterprise April 19-20, 2016

Join the biggest IT infrastructure community on the planet to discuss the future of mission critical.

If you’re looking to scale your Wave 2 Wireless-AC network, NETGEAR has two new switching platform options to consider.

Featured Product   |    March 25, 2016

GIGABYTE GSM Program Offers Steady Supply Of Motherboards

The GIGABYTE Stable Models (GSM) program addresses the needs of companies requiring a long-term stable supply of motherboards.

ContainerX, a young startup created by former employees of Microsoft, Citrix, and VMware, has launched a service platform that gives enterprise IT a container infrastructure that supports Windows server applications, .NET, and Azure.

dtSearch® enterprise and developer products offer 25+ search options for instantly searching terabytes of text.

Big data computing and mission-critical tasks will benefit from QNAP’s new “one-device solution for applications, storage, and virtualization,” the company says.

The ServersCheck Thermal Imaging Sensor is the first temperature sensor that reports both what it senses and what it sees.

At the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas this week, GIGABYTE will unveil a new motherboard for industrial PCs. The Q170TN board can support up to 3 x digital displays with native 4K support, and it is built to GIGABYTES's UltraDurable quality standards.

Featured Product   |    March 15, 2016

Emerson Network Power Expands Liebert eXM UPS Family

The five new UPS models are available in 50 to 250kVA/kW and are part of the company's line of Liebert eXM UPSes for native 480V AC configurations.

Six Quick Tips   |    March 15, 2016

Make Your Network Mobile- & Telecommuter-Friendly

Whether you have a full-blown group of telecommuters or simply a handful of people who want to get work done via mobile devices, it’s important that those workers can easily connect back to the corporate network.

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