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

June 17, 2009

Exclusive review: HP BladeSystem Matrix

HP's state-of-the-art blade server system and array of automation tools haven't squeezed all manual labor out of service provisioning, but they show the automated and adaptive datacenter is within reach

May 21, 2009

VMware vSphere 4: The once and future virtualization king

VMware's big new release turns the corner on machine virtualization, and toward next-generation management of virtual machines

October 30, 2008

Lab test: Juniper WXC speeds WAN traffic

SSL acceleration and support for SMB-signed Windows traffic highlight a well-rounded offering

September 18, 2008

Lab test: Riverbed Steelhead hones its edge

The world's best WAN accelerator turns performance and manageability up a notch in version 5.0

April 3, 2008

Lab test: Packeteer iShaper is the new king of CIFS

Packeteer's combination WAN accelerator and traffic shaper is second to none in speed of CIFS transfers, and among the leaders in overall performance; however, the benefits of shared byte-level caching await the next release

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