Lenovo TruScale still in the starting blocks, substantial expansion on the way
Two years ago Lenovo introduced TruScale. With TruScale, Lenovo no longer sells its data center products through a CAPEX model where the hardware is paid for in full, but through an as-a-service model. Companies pay monthly for the hardware they use. Eventually, Lenovo TruScale should become availa... Read more
Lenovo introduces AMD EPYC 4-based server and HCI portfolio
Lenovo recently introduced a broad portfolio of AMD EPYC 4-based ThinkSystem servers and ThinkAgile V3 HCI applications. The systems should deliver performance, management capabilities and energy efficiency.
The new servers and HCI solutions fall under Lenovo's Infrastructure Solutions V3 portfo... Read more
Dell introduces PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC Genoa processors
Dell Technologies announced PowerEdge servers based on AMD's new EPYC Genoa processors. The servers are equipped to handle high-performance workloads in datacenters.
The PowerEdge server series brings more performance and storage improvements to customers' infrastructure, Dell said. The servers ... Read more
HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers are now available
HPE revamped its best-selling servers for the first time in five years. The initial ProLiant Gen11 series consists of five new models. The first model is now available.
ProLiant is a flagship for HPE. Organizations use the servers for a variety of on-premises workloads, ranging from software-def... Read more
Microsoft launches preview of Update Management Center
Microsoft released a preview of the Update Management Center (UMC). The tool allows administrators to manage updates for cloud-based and on-premises Windows and Linux servers.
The tool is an updated version of Microsoft's existing Azure Automation Update Management service. Both tools allow admi... Read more
Dell enhances its Edge products and offers more extreme environments
Dell is stepping up its push to be among the top players at the Edge of corporate networks. The company aims to achieve this using a set of new servers and specially built platforms designed to function in the most remote and extreme environments.
Edge computing comprises a distributed architect... Read more
Use of serverless computing tripled over the past year
The latest study by Datadog reveals the upward trend for using serverless computing technologies, based on data collected from thousands of companies and their supplier's customer database.
The report focused on how these companies deploy serverless technologies in their functions and use them i... Read more
Intel is losing ground in servers due to AMD, ARM and others
According to analyst firm IDC, the global server market stalled in 2020's Q3. Revenue rose 2.2% year-on-year to hit the $22.565 billion mark, but shipments shrank by 5,453, to 3,065,791, compared to the same time last year.
The firm says that non-x86 kit did well, with revenue growing by 10.4% t... Read more
Atlassian stops server licensing, forcing customers to the cloud
Atlassian has announced the end of server licenses and requires customers to move to its cloud services or opt for the expensive Data Center options. The Aussie company makes software development and collaboration tools that include Jira for project and issue tracking.
They are also behind Confl... Read more
HPE launches a secure supply chain for industry-grade servers
HPE (Hewlett-Packard Enterprise) launched a reliable supply chain initiative last week to address the growth in demand for domestically manufactured and trustworthy servers. The company announced that it shipped its first ProLiant DL380T servers.
The servers were made in a secure facility and in... Read more