Don't-Miss Servers Stories
AMD executives want to have one-fifth of the server market by the end of this year. The company believes they will lead the industry with quad-core performance per watt in 2007 and be the number one provider of new clients in 2009.
Kano has introduced its X-SPAND IP line of iSCSI-based network storage appliances.
Vmirror is a new mirroring system for Xserve RAIDs.
GizMac Accessories plans a new 4U enclosure for rack mounted gear that includes noise reduction hardware.
At its Developer Forum in San Francisco last week, Intel gave its PC industry customers and partners a detailed look at its upcoming roadmap and new technologies. And several of Intel's announcements have implications for Apple's hardware offerings.
Terra Soft Solutions now offers a pre-configured eight-node Xserve cluster set up for bioinformatics.
Plextor has introduced new NAS devices that are Mac and PC-compatible.
The ReadyNAS NV offers up to 2TB of network attached storage.
South Park Studios has made the switch to Apple's Xserve RAID storage systems.
Florida A&M's new LIMIT supercomputing cluster was built using Apple Xserve G5s and Small Tree Communications' Infiniband networking technology.
pple has posted Xsan 1.2 updates, for its Storage Area Networking (SAN) technology.
Small Tree has introduced a new 10 gigabit Ethernet solution for Apple's Xserve G5.
IBM dominates the latest list of the world's fastest computers, taking the top three spots on the Top500 list.
A recent report by market research firm IDC gives Apple high marks for its efforts in the Enterprise storage and server markets. While Apple is best known for its iPod and Macintosh product lines, IDC analysts say the competition is starting to take interest in what Apple is doing in Enterprise market, as well.
Apple Computer on Tuesday updated its Apple Workgroup Cluster adding several third-party applications and a new Foundry switch. The new clusters have been revamped and now start at 8 processors, the company said. The original workgroup cluster was a great success, according to Apple.