What is Microsoft planning on 26 October? ANALYSIS Microsoft has issued invitations to a launch in New York. Inevitably this sets the gossip mongers “mongering”. Here is what iTWire has found.
Nvidia adds to Pascal family Nvidia's new Tesla P4 and P40 GPU accelerators are aimed at production AI systems.
Dell EMC adds to Microsoft systems and services Dell EMC has announced new Azure-based services along with new systems validated for SQL Server and Exchange.
Kensington dishwasher safe keyboard and mouse Take a quick look down the cracks between the keys on your keyboard. Have a look at the crud gathering on the thumbwheel and feet…
SimpliVity moves upmarket with all-flash systems SimpliVity's latest hyperconverged systems address the requirements of the largest enterprises and most complex workloads. The company has also simplified back-up and disaster recovery.
Crucial NVDIMM protects in-memory data Micron's Crucial memory and SSD subsidiary has announced its first NVDIMM – a memory module for servers that combines the performance of DRAM with the persistence…
Nutanix takes hyperconvergence beyond virtualisation Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix has made a series of announcements that it will allow its products to run a much wider range of workloads.
Oracle Database Appliance moves downmarket Two new models of the Oracle Database Appliance mean even small businesses can afford an Oracle Engineered System.

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