August 4, 2010

Log management review: LogLogic MX3020

The LogLogic MX3020 appliance is not as feature-rich as some of the competition, but covers the essentials with great ease

July 29, 2010

InfoWorld review: An IP KVM for servers that haven't come out of the closet

The single-port Lantronix SecureLinx SpiderDuo wins with a low price, advanced features, and local console pass-through

July 13, 2010

First look: VMware vSphere 4.1 keeps the virtualization crown

With scalability improvements, network and storage I/O control, and countless other enhancements, VMware continues to redefine the possibilities for server virtualization

May 5, 2010

InfoWorld review: Riverbed Steelhead rules the WAN

Riverbed's RiOS 6 continues the tradition of WAN performance gains while improving flexibility, ease, and application support

March 30, 2010

InfoWorld review: Intel Xeon Nehalem-EX lives large

Intel's new Nehalem-EX CPU for SMP servers brings eight cores, massive memory support, mainframe-like RAS features, and huge performance gains to large-scale workloads

March 22, 2010

Blade server review: Dell, HP, IBM battle for the virtual data center

InfoWorld tests the Intel Westmere-packing Dell PowerEdge M1000e, HP BladeSystem c7000, and IBM BladeCenter H blade server systems

March 22, 2010

Blade server review: IBM BladeCenter H

IBM's blade system combines strong performance and solid features, but also lower density and higher cost

March 22, 2010

Blade server review: HP BladeSystem c7000

HP's c7000 blade system is rich in features, options, and performance, but some of the management tools need attention

March 22, 2010

Blade server review: Dell PowerEdge M1000e

Dell's M1000e blade system lags HP and IBM in features and options, but hits the mark in performance and price

March 22, 2010

Blade server review: Supermicro SuperBlade

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

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