Dell gives users more DPU capabilities
Dell Technologies lets customers use data processing units (DPUs) more easily and at a lower cost. Instead of purchasing new servers, customers can use special kits to upgrade their existing 15G Intel-based servers for DPU functionality.
Dell Technologies has been offering customers the use of D... Read more
Peeking into iuppiter’s new warehouse: more space for refurbished servers
Moving always marks a new beginning. For iuppiter, a company specialising in refurbishing and custom-configuring computer servers, moving to a bigger warehouse opens new possibilities and allows to expand on the old ones. The company offers various services, from refurbishing and re-selling servers... Read more
CMA concerned Broadcom VMware acquisition could raise server prices
Britain’s competition regulator recently raised awareness that the acquisition of VMware - by US chipmaker Broadcom - could increase the price of servers. As a result, the US$61 billion deal would be subject to an in-depth investigation. This is to ensure the regulator’s concerns are met.Broadc... Read more
Gigabyte splits server business off into Giga Computing
Gigabyte has split off its server and networking division into a new company called Giga Computing. The parent company will increase its focus on consumer PCs, laptops and GPUs.
Gigabyte claims the split-off won't affect day-to-day operations or customer relationships. Giga Computing is fully ow... Read more
Supermicro introduces Arm-based Mt. Hamilton servers
Supermicro launched a new portfolio of Arm-based MegaDC servers. Dubbed Mt. Hamilton, the models are suitable for cloud-native applications in datacenter environments.
The new servers are designed for cloud-based applications and services, including cloud gaming, video-on-demand and content deli... Read more
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