Sun Microsystems is introducing an energy-efficient, water-cooled turnkey data center housed in a shipping container that can be quickly deployed to expand existing IT infrastructure. Read More
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A blog item about data centers by Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz prompts debate. But it’s probably not the debate he had in mind.
Cummins has announced price increases for its commercial generators, with price hikes ranging from 7 to 10 percent.
Scientists have developed a silicon chip that can produce lasers, with potentially large ramifications for networks and data centers.
Caterpillar will raise prices on equipment and engines (incouding geenrators)by 5 to 7 percent, the company said today.
HP promises that its new line of blade servers will be more energy-efficient and save you money. But they’re not compatible with the current generation of HP blade systems.
Wal-Mart is among the companies that have elected the “Fight Club” approach to their data centers. You DO NOT talk about the data centers!
Internet 2, the high-speed network used primarily by academics and researchers, will soon get even faster.
Banking giant Wachovia Corp. is ready to start operating its $400 million, 220,000 square feet data center in Birmingham, Ala.
VMC Game Labs, which provides testing and support services for MMORPGs and online games, has opened a 15,000 square foot testing lab in metropolitan Montreal.
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