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Server Vendors Introduce NVIDIA T4 GPU Powered Servers

Seven of the world’s largest systems manufacturers, including Cisco, Dell EMC, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Inspur, Lenovo and Sugon, have introduced NVIDIA T4 Servers architected to run CUDA-X AI accelerated data analytics, machine learning and deep learning. Featuring NVIDIA T4… Continue Reading →

What is an Active Archive and How Do I Implement It in a Multi-Cloud Environment?

By Victoria Grey, CMO, Aparavi In the past, archives were thought of strictly as a long-term repository for infrequently accessed data – think cold storage – and so not much thought was put into intelligently managing this data. The hope… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons for Businesses to Start Using Cloud Services Right Now

By Petro Kovalchuk, CEO, Lvivity Nowadays, it is not surprising that data is stored on a server or even a group of servers remotely located somewhere in another city, country, or even continent. Cloud computing has entered our lives and integrated… Continue Reading →

Which Type Of Server Hardware Is Best For Your Business?

Say your business is in line to replace its server hardware – you’ve been operating on some outdated equipment and you’re in need of an upgrade. What’s the first step to take? Familiarity with desktop computer hardware is a good… Continue Reading →

Site24x7 Unveils Cost Analytics Platform For AWS Cloud

Zoho Corporation’s cloud-based performance monitoring platform for DevOps and IT operations, Site24x7, has announced the general availability of its cost analytics solution for public cloud platforms – Site24x7 CloudSpend. Site24x7 CloudSpend is free to use up to $3,000 of AWS spending per… Continue Reading →

Men & Mice Suite 9.2 Released with AWS Multi-Account Management

Men & Mice, a provider of API-driven DNS, DHCP and IPAM software solutions, has released its Men & Mice Suite version 9.2 – a modular, API-first overlay software solution for the management of DDI operations in complex, hybrid and multi-cloud… Continue Reading →

Colocation Northwest and maincubes Announce Transatlantic Data Center Partnership

U.S. data center operator Colocation Northwest and European data center operator maincubes today announced their transatlantic colocation partnership to complement each other’s data center footprints on both sides of the Atlantic. Sharing a company focus on high-availability, enterprise-grade security, compliance… Continue Reading →

Veeam Company N2WS Expands Cost Optimization Options for AWS

N2WS, a Veeam company and provider of backup, recovery and disaster recovery solutions for Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS and Amazon Redshift, has announced the availability of N2WS Backup & Recovery 2.5 (v2.5). The latest version of this software introduces Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and… Continue Reading →

Supporting Tomorrow’s Edge: The Importance of Micro and Modular Data Centers

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom In a world moving at breakneck speed, demanding more bandwidth, more data and more content, one solution is driving a lion’s share of digital growth — The Edge. The terms “edge” and “edge computing” have been… Continue Reading →

Wiwynn Introduces Its Latest Open19 Server, SV6100G3

Data center solutions vendor Wiwynn has launched its latest Open19 server, SV6100G3 – featuring “advanced compute performance” based on Microsoft’s Project Olympus server specification. Leveraging Wiwynn’s expertise in open server and storage development for hyperscale data centers, SV6100G3 would provide an efficient… Continue Reading →

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