Here’s a first look at the new server product from Cisco Systems (CSCO) . The new Cisco Unified Computing System CS B-Series blades are based on the future Intel Nehalem processor. Read More
Worldwide server unit shipments in the fourth quarter of 2008 declined 12 percent from a year earlier, while revenue was down 14 percent to $13.5 billion, according to new data from IDC. Read More
Cisco’s entry into the server market reinforces a larger issue: all the technology industry’s biggest players want to be king of the data center. Read More
HP (HPQ) today rolled out Thermal Logic, a portfolio of tools to give HP BladeSystem users more precise control over power and cooling. Read More
High-density blade server installations sometimes create as many problems as they solve, according to Microsoft’s James Hamilton. Read More
Rackable Systems (RACK) will offer customers the option of packing its ICE Cube data center container with IBM BladeCenter servers.
HP (HPQ) is rolling out a new line of blade servers that combines two servers in a single energy-efficient blade.
CIO interviews five data center industry veterans on the chip wars between AMD and Intel.
A surprising number of data center operators are using blade servers in high-density installations, but not tracking the power density in their racks.
Data center management software provider BladeLogic says it is planning an initial public offering.