Don't-Miss Servers Stories
MGE UPS Systems has released a Universal binary version of its Solution-Pac Power Management Software, intended for use with its Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs).
MicroNet Technology has rolled out a 3 terabyte version of their Platinum NAS network attached server.
Apple has posted a security update for the Mac Pro and Mac OS X Server v10.4.7 that fixes issues with ImageIO and OpenSSH.
Apple executives explain some of the reasoning behind the new features in the Intel-based Xserve and the accompanying OS X Leopard Server software.
ATTO announced Mac support for Intel server architechture across its complete line of SCSI, Fibre Channel and SAS Host and RAID adapters.
Tech industry analysts cheered the preview of Leopard and the release of the Mac Pro desktop showcased by Apple during Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Apple on Monday unveiled a new XServe, its line of 1U rack-mountable servers. The new machines will feature two dual core Intel Xeon chips running at speeds of up to 3GHz, completing the company's transition to Intel-based machines across its entire product line.
While the dual-core Itanium 2 unveiled by Intel last week looks to be an excellent performer, it’s unlikely to appear in Apple’s Xserve when the company switches to Intel-supplied processors for its server line. Jon L. Jacobi explains.
ACS hopes to bring grid computing to mainstream business use with Math Grid Toolkit, software that provides a hosting mechanism and Web-based interface for running Mathematica modules on a gridMathematica Workgroup Cluster.
Intel will launch its often-delayed ‘Montecito’ dual-core Itanium chip for high-end servers on Tuesday.
Seagate has announced their new Maxtor Shared Storage II network attached storage system, available in 1 terabyte capacity.
GizMac is shipping a 4U version of its XRackPro2 rackmount cabinet.
The Maxtor Fusion is a new network attached storage system that acts as a personal media server using AJAX and Java.
Seagate is offering new branded products for consumers, including, for the first time, a Mac compatible version of its Mirra network backup system.
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.