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General Motors Brings IT Back Home

Sep 17, 2013 |

General Motors is bringing the company’s IT affairs back in-house after nearly two decades of outsourcing. The automaker is actively working to consolidate its IT operations from 23 datacenters around the globe (most of which are leased) down to just two by 2015.

AMD Unveils 64-Bit ARM Strategy

Nov 1, 2012 |

On Monday, AMD announced it is adding ARM-based Opterons to its portfolio, the first non-x86 server chips in the company’s history. The new processors, due out in 2014, will use 64-bit ARM SoCs on top of its SeaMicro Freedom Fabric technology, and will be aimed at the datacenter and cloud space.

Yottabyte Unveils Cloud Operating System

Oct 29, 2012 |

The software platform promises to turn commodity hardware and storage components into agile cloud-based datacenters.

Andy Bechtolsheim Lays Out Future of Datacenter Fabrics

Oct 23, 2012 |

Networking sage talks about Moore’s Law, switch buffers and merchant chips.

BMW Finds Cool Locale for HPC Cluster

Sep 20, 2012 |

Automaker looks to Iceland for energy savings.

Cloud APIs: Agent for Vendor Lock-in or the Anti Vendor Lock-in?

Sep 4, 2012 |

The combined LinuxCon/CloudOpen conference, which took place in San Diego last week, provided a forum for valuable keynotes on the state of Linux and cloud, many informative booths, and a wide array of interesting activities and sessions. On the first day of the three-day event, a panel on Cloud APIs had everyone talking about what it means to be open or closed in this increasingly connected world.

Plug In and Power Down

Jul 9, 2012 |

EU project offers software that makes datacenters more energy-efficient.

Massachusetts Offers a New Model for Academic HPC

May 29, 2012 |

Holyoke datacenter will serve up HPC to MIT, Harvard, Boston University, Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts

Dell Enters Hyperscale ARM Race

May 29, 2012 |

On Tuesday, Dell announced a prototype low-power server built with ARM processors, code-named “Copper,” aimed at the hyperscale datacenter space. Enterprises running large Web, cloud and big data environments are looking to custom-built servers as a means of lowering the cost of computing. Dell will not be selling the ARM server outright, but will provide units to select customers and partners for application development and benchmarking.

Apple Datacenter Blooms Green Energy

May 22, 2012 |

Company looks to renewable energy to power its computing infrastructure.

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