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.
Nvidia adds Tesla power to HPC servers Nvidia has announced another member of its Tesla GPU family, this time for servers.
Lenovo beefs up data centre range Lenovo has revealed a raft of new or updated products for the data centre in the areas of software defined storage, networking, servers and hyperconverged…
Beneath the Surface – sleeping sickness cured? Some of Microsoft’s Surface Book and Pro 4, especially with the i7 processor, have suffered from sleeping sickness – where a cold boot (size 9…
Storage services provider finds HGST drives most reliable Hard drives from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies have come out ahead of the pack as far as reliability goes, in figures released by the storage…
Lenovo introduces PC as a service If you run a fleet of hundreds of PCs, Lenovo's new PC as a Service might be a way of cutting costs.
Crucial brings high-density server RAM to Australia Memory and storage supplier Crucial has added 32GB DDR4 VLP RDIMMs and 64GB DDR4 LRDIMMs to its local range.
Nvidia's new midrange graphics card: the Quadro M2000 Based on the company's established Maxwell GPU architecture, the Nvidia Quadro M2000 is said to be the world's most powerful graphics card in the sub-US$500…

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