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Timothy Prickett Morgan

AWS Cloud Expands Into China, C3 Instances Sell Out

December 18th, 2013 (0)
The Amazon Web Services subsidiary of the online retailing giant is expanding its cloud into China, one of the more difficult markets for any IT vendor to crack. China skipped from landlines directly to cell phones, and it is ...

Dell Pushes Clouds With Red Hat, Microsoft, and Google

December 15th, 2013 (0)
Like all IT equipment suppliers, Dell had aspirations of building its own public cloud. But unlike its peers, Dell decided earlier this year to mothball its public cloud and focus on helping other public clouds build and sell their ...

Dell Previews Fluid Cache Acceleration for SANs

December 15th, 2013 (0)
At its DellWorld extravaganza in its hometown of Austin, Texas this week, Dell was showing off a new implementation of its Fluid Cache caching software, this one tuned up as a front-end for storage area networks. The Fluid Cache ...

Future Intel Xeon E7 Processors Sighted

December 15th, 2013 (0)
The "Ivy Bridge" revamp of Intel's Xeon server processor line is not quite yet complete, but it is getting close. The "Ivy Bridge-EX" Xeon E7 v2 chip for machines with four and eight sockets using Intel's chipsets and spanning ...

Oracle Gives Exadata Clusters Hardware Makeover

December 14th, 2013 (0)
Customers who are in the middle of buying Exadata database clusters from Oracle had better put a hold on those deals and check out the new Exadata X4-2 machines that the company has just rolled out. And those who ...

Dell Cranks Up EqualLogic Capacity and Performance

December 10th, 2013 (3)
A month ago Dell went private, getting Wall Street off its back for the first time in many decades, and the DellWorld customer and partner event this week down in its hometown of Austin, Texas is a coming out ...

HP Revamps Storage For The New Year

December 9th, 2013 (0)
The storage system engineers at Hewlett-Packard are goosing the performance of various arrays this week through a mix of software updates and peppier components. The idea is to make a little noise about storage at the Discover customer and ...

Opscode Becomes Chef, Fills Warchest for Puppet Battle

December 9th, 2013 (0)
The battle between Puppet Labs and Opscode for the future of systems management is heating up. Opscode has received a big infusion of cash from venture capital investors. At the same time, Opscode is gearing up its sales and ...

HP Forges ConvergedSystems From Moonshots and ProLiants

December 9th, 2013 (0)
Hewlett-Packard is winding down 2013 with a bunch of systems announcements from its Discover partner and customer event in Barcelona, Spain. The new systems include a Moonshot configuration that the company previewed to EnterpriseTech a few weeks ago as ...

Lustre Running Better Than Expected On AWS

December 6th, 2013 (0)
A few weeks ago, Intel made its variant of the Lustre file system, popular at supercomputing centers and seeing more and more uses among enterprises that need zippy access to files, available on the Amazon Web Services Market Place. ...
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