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Rackspace will build its own servers just like Facebook and Google do

gigaom.com
Want to see what happens when the pace of innovation switches gear in the server market? Just watch the next year as the dominoes that Facebook and its Open Compute Project set off two years ago with the launch of open hardware continue to fall — this time at a...
Rackspace will build its own servers just like Facebook and Google do

Calxeda gets $55M as ARM-based servers near reality

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Calxeda, the Austin, Texas-based chip firm that’s using cell phone chips to build servers, has raised $55 million more from new investors that include Austin Ventures, Vulcan Capital as well as the firm’s existing investors. The company, which just this month said its servers would be in production by the...
Calxeda gets $55M as ARM-based servers near reality

Intel Wants to Redesign Your Server Rack

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A few days after tech giant Hewlett-Packard unveiled its idea for a fundamental re-think of the server, chip giant Intel, which often has a way of setting the agenda on these things, has floated a concept for a re-think of the server rack. In comments at the Intel Developer Forum...
Intel Wants to Redesign Your Server Rack

Seagate Catches Flash Madness With $40 Million Virident Investment

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Hard drive manufacturer Seagate has long been facing questions about its response to the competitive threat of solid-state storage technology. Today it made one: It is investing $40 million in Virident, a company that specializes in storage class memory. Seagate, which is the world’s biggest supplier of hard drives to...
Seagate Catches Flash Madness With $40 Million Virident Investment

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: In-House Datacenters

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A business' data is still its most important asset, but that doesn't mean it every company needs to spend millions of dollars building and maintaining its own datacenters. The cloud has grown up, and the days of the company-owned-and-operated datacenters are numbered. The Basics In the pre-PC days, computers were...
ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: In-House Datacenters

Server Shipments Up, but Global Economy Drags Revenue Down

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There’s good news and bad for server manufacturers in Gartner’s latest survey of their market. Server shipments are growing, but the revenue from those shipments is in decline. In the second quarter of 2012, worldwide server shipments charted a 1.4 percent increase year-over-year from the second quarter of 2011, according...
Server Shipments Up, but Global Economy Drags Revenue Down

Memory that never forgets: non-volatile DIMMs hit the market

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The ArxCis-NV DIMM combines DDR3 dynamic memory with a flash memory backup. Viking Technology The server world still waits for DDR4, the next generation of dynamic memory, to be ready for prime time. In the meantime, a new set of memory boards from Viking is looking to squeeze more...
Memory that never forgets: non-volatile DIMMs hit the market
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EMC Joins The Flash Madness Club By Acquiring Israel's XtremIO

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Storage technology giant EMC said today it has reached a deal to acquired the Israeli startup XtremIO. The price was reported by the Israeli newspaper Globes to be $430 million, but EMC didn’t confirm that in a statement. EMC said the all-cash deal won’t have a material effect on its...
EMC Joins The Flash Madness Club By Acquiring Israel's XtremIO
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