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IBM server sales surge, closes in on leaders HPE, Dell
IBM saw strong server revenue growth in Q4, while the density optimised segment of the market benefitting from continuing data center buildouts.
Hyperscale data centre growth driving server market; APAC leading way
Growth in hyperscale data centres has boosted server revenue and shipments with APAC leading the charge - but it's not the big names making the gains.
Trend Micro leads server security market thanks to 'modern' approach
The server security market was sized at over $800 million in 2014, and Trend Micro has grown its revenue share for server security to 30.3%.
Lenovo big mover in servers, but HP still clear leader
HP continues to lead the server market in Q3, while Lenovo benefits from its purchase of IBM's x86 business and IBM itself sees some growth.
Gartner: Server demand high locally, but public cloud threatens
Server shipment growth across ANZ is out pacing global growth with HP dominating the market - but public cloud is threatening.
Dell launches DDS, a new line of business
“While others have been focused on marketing hype or reducing costs only, we’ve created a new operating model that is centered around flexibility."
Behind the scenes of Kiwi distributor NZ Computer Sales
New Zealand Computer Sales was established in 1995 to provide New Zealand businesses and beyond with quality, affordable, ready-for-use electronics.
Dell server portfolio bridging technology gap
“Given the strength of the server portfolio, Dell anticipates continued customer momentum and receptivity.”
CodeBlue: How Veeam's free RMM plug-in is benefiting business
“With this tool we can get to the source of a problem as quickly as possible. We can understand if there is an issue, resolve it and get it running."
Keep your IT infrastructure in a separate location
"What would your business do if you came in on Monday and your server had blown up due to a flood or overheating? Would you still be able to operate?
Worldwide server market revenues increase
Worldwide server market revenues increase 1.9% in the fourth quarter as demand in china once again drives the market forward, says IDC.
Microsoft makes Azure faster, bigger and more open
Microsoft has announced new capabilities for Azure, including a secure key vault, a set of larger virtual machines, and an easier way to deploy Docker-based workloads.
Server growth on the up say Gartner, IDC
Server shipments are growing, spurred on by hyperscale data centre expansion and the forthcoming demise of Windows Server 2003 support.
Kroll Ontrack expansion reduces restore time from hours to seconds
Kroll Ontrack has announced new features for Ontrack PowerControls that focus on increasing restore efficiency.
Go back in time with the new Suse Linux Enterprise Server
The Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 comes with a system snapshot and rollback capability.
HP leads the way as worldwide server shipments nudge ahead
"The second quarter of 2014 produced relatively weak growth on a global level, with mixed results by platform."
New Dell switch ready to scale for clouds and large data centres
Clouds are getting bigger, data centres need greater connectivity, and switches must grow to match today’s east-west and north-south traffic requirements.
Titanfall servers switched on today for NZ gamers
EA, Respawn and Microsoft have announced that Australian servers will be coming online starting today to support Titanfall in Australia and New Zealand.
LUNCH INVITE: Sail away with Team NZ and Dell innovation
Join the Emirates Team New Zealand team as they share how Dell’s game-changing technology powered a new class of multihull boats during the 2013 America’s Cup.
Enhanced GPU support in New Cisco C Series Servers
Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and servers unify computing, networking, management, virtualisation, and storage access into a single integrated architecture.
Little chips deliver big advantages in HP Moonshot
HP has introduced a new server based on Intel Atom processors - the first of several to be expected in its Moonshot line.
BYOD: Understanding what our customers really want
Breaking down what most (honest) corporate users want to do when they are at work in it's most simplest form, is to perform the tasks it takes to do their job.
Gamers v developers in 1000-person FPS challenge
Swedish techies look to show off server technology by setting a record for the world's largest online battle.
IDC: Servers are here to stay – for now
A future where New Zealand companies no longer buy servers is unlikely to come within the next five years, according to IDC, but the research company says nonetheless, the server market will post flat growth out to 2015.