Emerson has introduced the industry’s first comprehensive data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution, enabling customers to manage both computing technologies and critical infrastructure equipment such as cooling and power via a single platform. The solution, from Emerson Network Power, the global leader in enabling Business-Critical ContinuityTM, is known as the TrellisTM platform.
IT managers who are building virtual data centers and private clouds based on Xen and/or KVM open source hypervisors now have even more advanced management capabilities with the latest version of ConVirt 2.0 Enterprise from Convirture.
Virtualization has become a new hot-button issue for enterprises that want to improve their computing power while reducing equipment, power and cooling costs and requirements. With Cisco UCS and UCS Manager, you have the ability to insert an abstraction layer between the hardware and the user community in a virtual environment.
Brings Computing as a Service Offering to Hong Kong Data Center to Meet Growing Demand for In-Region Cloud Services. Adoption of cloud services in the Asia-Pacific region continues to grow dramatically, and Verizon Business is meeting that demand by extending its flagship cloud-computing solution into the company's recently opened Hong Kong data center.
F5 Networks, Inc., the global leader in Application Delivery Networking (ADN), today announced enhanced application delivery capabilities to help Microsoft customers implement dynamic infrastructures that can quickly respond to changing business needs and variables.
Demonstrating continued momentum just six months after announcing its three-year strategic alliance with Microsoft, NetApp (NTAP) today announced tight integration with Microsoft(R) technology to enable the growing number of joint customers and service providers to better optimize and evolve their infrastructure while dramatically reducing costs, streamlining management, and increasing business agility.
Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, has launched the NC190 and NC240 monitors to allow secure access to remote servers and data centers.
Despite trying economic times, and an unprecedented decline in hard disk drive (HDD) terabyte shipments for enterprise applications in 2009, HDD vendors forged ahead by introducing new HDD products/form factors that address both current and future enterprise storage market requirements.