1. Articles in category: Servers

    1-24 of 1988 1 2 3 4 ... 81 82 83 »
    1. Data Center Tech Cools Servers and Heats Water for Handwashing

      Data Center Tech Cools Servers and Heats Water for Handwashing

      Reusing data center heat instead of simply expelling it isn’t a new idea, but few have been able to do it effectively. The most frequently cited reason for that is that servers produce low-grade heat, meaning the heat energy is difficult to extract and move somewhere where it can be put to use.

      Read Full Article
    2. On the Bleeding Edge: the Future of Processors

      On the Bleeding Edge: the Future of Processors

      While the server market remains firmly in the steel grip of Intel’s x86 architecture, there are serious challengers, including from the company that has beat Intel in the smartphone market. Here’s is a collection of in-depth reporting from around the web on the latest and biggest developments in processor technology and the global processor market.

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Apple Intel Google
    3. How Data Center Trends Are Forcing a Revisit of the Database

      How Data Center Trends Are Forcing a Revisit of the Database

      Data centers are like people: no two are alike, especially now. A decade of separating compute, storage, and even networking services from the hardware that runs them has left us with x86 pizza boxes stacked next to, or connected with, 30-year-old mainframes. And why not? Much of the tough work is done by software tools that define precisely how and when hardware is to be used.

      Read Full Article
    4. Eurotech HiVe HPC System Adds ARM CPUs

      Eurotech HiVe HPC System Adds ARM CPUs

      SC15, Eurotech announced that their HiVe HPC system is now available with x86 and ARM-64 based processors. The HiVe supercomputer leverages a new original high performance computing system architecture combining extreme density and best-in-class energy efficiency. The HiVE architecture is based on an innovative highly modular and scalable way of packaging electronics and water cooling, making full use of available space and boasting record-breaking computational density.

      Read Full Article
    5. Anyone Can Now Build Facebook’s Data Center Switch

      Anyone Can Now Build Facebook’s Data Center Switch

      The design of Facebook’s top-of-rack data center switch the social network created in-house to fit its hyperscale needs is now open source, meaning anyone can use it to build switches through a design manufacturer.

      All details needed for any manufacturer to produce the switch are now open source, including the schematic, a detailed list of materials, and other files. 

      Read Full Article
    1-24 of 1988 1 2 3 4 ... 81 82 83 »
  1. Categories

    1. Data Center Design:

      Construction and Infrastructure, Container, Data Center Outages, Monitoring, Power and Cooling
    2. Policy:

      Cap and Trade, Carbon Footprint, Carbon Reduction Commitment, Carbon Tax, Emissions
    3. Power:

      Biomass, Fossil Fuel, Fuel Cell, Geothermal, Hydro, Nuclear, Solar, Wind
    4. Application:

      Cloud Computing, Grid Computing
    5. Technology:

      Microblogging, Networking, Servers, Storage, Supercomputer
  2. Popular Articles

  3. Organizations in the News

    1. (2 articles) Intel
    2. (2 articles) Microsoft Corp
    3. (1 articles) Amazon.com
    4. (1 articles) Facebook
    5. (1 articles) Google
    6. (1 articles) Cray
    7. (1 articles) Lockheed Martin
    8. (1 articles) Interactive Data Corporation
    9. (1 articles) NSA
    10. (1 articles) SGI
    11. (1 articles) Nvidia
    12. (1 articles) HPC
  4. Countries in the News

    1. (1 articles) Europe