March 22, 2010

Blade server review: Supermicro SuperBlade

The SuperBlade is an amazingly affordable blade server system, yet it still offers a few frills

March 16, 2010

InfoWorld review: Intel's Westmere struts its stuff

Fast AES encryption, better scalability, and consistent per-core performance make the new six-core Xeon a worthy successor to Nehalem

February 25, 2010

InfoWorld review: Dell PowerConnect 8024F hits 10G paydirt

Dell's 24-port 10G switch packs a lot of bandwidth into its 1U form factor and backs it up with redundant power supplies and full Layer-3 switching -- at less than $500 per port

February 24, 2010

InfoWorld review: Dell EqualLogic iSCSI SAN kicks it to 10G

Dell's EqualLogic PS6010XV 10G iSCSI array delivers big time performance, offering an easier and lower cost option to Fibre Channel

February 16, 2010

First glimpse: Cisco OTV and long-distance VMotion

Or how to succeed at data center extension without really trying

December 9, 2009

InfoWorld review: Dell's virtualization servers surge ahead

Dell PowerEdge R805 and R905 servers, based on AMD's hexacore Opteron CPUs, are far faster, cheaper, and more efficient than models that shipped only a year ago

December 2, 2009

Nehalem tower servers: Dell, Fujitsu, HP square off

Three new servers based on Intel's latest Xeon CPU combine huge performance gains with excellent management tools; the choice comes down to expandability and price

November 10, 2009

InfoWorld review: Cisco UCS wows

Cisco's Unified Computing System is a more manageable, more scalable, and essentially superior blade server system, despite 1.0 warts

November 10, 2009

How Cisco UCS reinvents the data center

If you could design a blade server system entirely from scratch, it might look a whole lot like Cisco's Unified Computing System

August 19, 2009

Last of the red hot Sun servers

Sun's fast and cheap Nehalem-powered Sun Fire X2270 and Sun Fire X4270 promise to put some sizzle into Oracle's hardware business

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