• Data center titans line up in support of Open Compute Project

    Facebook's Open Compute Project has caught on, with AMD and Intel developing motherboards for the project's Open Rack infrastructure.

    Alex Barrett3,565 pointsBadges:
  • Dell, HP unveil top-of-rack switches at VMworld

    New top-of-rack switches from Dell and HP Networking integrate with VMware's NSX, enabling bare-metal servers to mesh with virtual networks.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,415 pointsBadges:
  • Comparing various network cable types for your data center

    Choosing the right network cable type is a big part of an effective data center cabling infrastructure, and quantity and quality are key points to consider when choosing.

    SearchDataCenter2,955 pointsBadges:
  • TIA-942: Cookie cutter or cost cutter?

    The Telecommunications Industry Association recently published a standard that attempts to address almost every design consideration in the data center. Is it a one-size-fits-all approach to data management or a way for IT managers to reel in costs in data center deployment?

    Matt Stansberry0 pointsBadges:
  • Will you have to re-architect your IoT applications to take last hop capabilities into consideration?

    ITKE355,620 pointsBadges:
  • Specialized networks key part of IoT migration

    As the Internet of Things continues to gain traction, specialized machine-to-machine networks will play a larger role as they serve as the last hop.

    ITKE355,620 pointsBadges:
  • forklift upgrade

    Forklift upgrade is an idiom used when a major overhaul is required to upgrade IT infrastructure.

    Margaret Rouse5,315 pointsBadges:
  • Intel goes platinum at OpenDaylight

    The Intel open network strategy is becoming clearer by the day. With a new OpenDaylight platinum membership, Intel is vying to be the leading silicon and platform behind emerging SDN and NFV infrastructure.

    rivkalittle1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Data centers move to cloud apps, weigh SaaS pros and cons

    Using cloud apps, not on-site applications, to run data center workloads can reduce the data center footprint, but consider the SaaS pros and cons.

    SearchConsumerization1,230 pointsBadges:
  • Should you ionize air in the data center?

    Is air ionization in the data center justifiable for preventive equipment maintenance? Is it worth the hassle and cost?

    SearchDataCenter2,955 pointsBadges:

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