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To Unify or Not to Unify? The Question for Datacenters

Apr 9, 2013 |

The Top500 list is dominated each year by unified systems. That is, the same vendor provides most of the hardware, the same CPUs are used across the system, etc. If HPC systems are built this way, why aren’t many datacenters?

ScaleMatrix Offers Glimpse into San Diego Facility

Aug 11, 2011 |

This week Steve Campbell ventured out in San Diego, California to meet the leaders of ScaleMatrix, a startup datacenter company that has chosen to build its behemoth in one of the most unlikely cities possible—at least for anyone with electricity cost concerns in mind.

Are Reports of Mainframe Death Greatly Exaggerated?

Apr 1, 2011 |

A new report released by a data center management organization indicates that mainframes are set to go the way of the dinosaur, in part due to cloud computing. However, some question whether or not this point is valid in their preduictions for the mainframe’s cloudy future.