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Dell called: It wants its server marketshare back.

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Dell grew its server share in the first quarter of 2013, but that good news isn’t good enough, apparently. The company is now rallying around a new strategy to get its server and PC businesses booming again — by making fewer products, bringing efficiencies to its supply chain and lowering prices...
Dell called: It wants its server marketshare back.

How an unknown Taiwanese server maker is eating the big guys' lunch

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It all started, Mike Yang says, with a conversation he had with Facebook’s vice president of technical operations in 2007 or 2008. Rather than source servers through a traditional vendor like IBM for its  data centers, Facebook turned to Quanta. Back then, Quanta didn’t sell servers directly to customers, it only...
How an unknown Taiwanese server maker is eating the big guys' lunch
Facebook's Open Compute Project Expands To Networking
Oracle's revenue from servers was down 18 percent year over

EMC: Lenovo deal won't impact Cisco relationship. Really.

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EMC’s newly minted deal to work with Lenovo on X86 servers reverberated throughout the hardware sector after it was announced Wednesday morning. Under a key part of this three-pronged arrangement, Lenovo and will make and sell servers that will be “embedded into selected EMC storage systems over time.” That could...
EMC: Lenovo deal won't impact Cisco relationship. Really.

Researchers' algorithm intends to get more work out of cloud database servers

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Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an algorithm that aims to make database cloud infrastructure more efficient by pushing more similar workloads onto fewer servers, rather than distributing them as widely as possible. The premise is surprising, given that many database companies make a point of divvying...
Researchers' algorithm intends to get more work out of cloud database servers

Amazon's Cloud Could Threaten A Whole New Area Of Enterprise Tech, Morgan Stanley Warns (AMZN)

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Amazon's cloud business--known as Amazon Web Services--launched in 2006 as a way for developers to rent access to online servers and storage.  Since then, AWS has morphed into a $2 billion Godzilla with hundreds of thousands of customers. But it's only been recently, in about the last two years, that...
Amazon's Cloud Could Threaten A Whole New Area Of Enterprise Tech, Morgan Stanley Warns (AMZN)
How Dell should go big now that it has gone private

IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)

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IBM is one-upping Cisco with new PureSystems servers introduced today. Actually, to call these things servers isn't fair to them. They are integrated systems that include the server, storage, and networking in one box. Cisco introduced this game-changing concept, the Unified Computing System in 2009. It was laughed at...
IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)
Serious question: Is it too late for HP Project Moonshot to disrupt anything?

The market for traditional servers is being enveloped by the cloud

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There’s good reason that Dell, HP and the other major brand server vendors are rushing to build clouds of their own. It’s increasingly obvious that big cloud infrastructure providers — which used to be the biggest customers of these server makers — are contracting out more of their server manufacturing...
The market for traditional servers is being enveloped by the cloud
Cloud: Meet Google: Intel's Biggest (And Only) Direct Cloud Customer
Can Servers Save PC Manufacturers? Sadly, No

Cisco’s servers now tuned for Hadoop

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Cisco's UCS server. Server makers of all stripes have been trying to capitalize on the big data buzz by pushing Hadoop-optimized systems, and now we can count Cisco among them thanks to its latest partnership with EMC. The companies have come up with a reference architecture featuring Cisco UCS server...
Cisco’s servers now tuned for Hadoop

Facebook has 220 billion of your photos to put on ice

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How many photos of your drunken nights out does one social network really need? Facebook currently stores 220 billion, its infrastructure engineering VP Jay Parikh said during GigaOM’s Structure:Europe conference. “We are getting about seven petabytes of new photo content every month and that’s growing,” Parikh told GigaOM senior writer Stacey Higginbotham during a Q&A on...
Facebook has 220 billion of your photos to put on ice

CarryAlongs Dominate, Enterprise Struggles and Hacktivists Rule in 2013

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It’s December and word here in New York is that Mark Anderson, the analyst and CEO of Strategic News Service is in town. That means it’s time for another round of his annual predictions for what he thinks are some of the big trends to watch in technology in the...
CarryAlongs Dominate, Enterprise Struggles and Hacktivists Rule in 2013

The Building Is the New Server

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Image copyright Oleksiy MarkThe personal computer is dead. As quickly as we moved from the desktop to the laptop, we are moving to the tablet — never to return. With the death of the PC, an entire ecosystem dies with it. The chipset is ARM-based, rather than Intel. The operating...
The Building Is the New Server

The Building is the New Server

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The personal computer is dead. As quickly as we moved from the desktop to the laptop, we are moving to the tablet — never to return. With the death of the PC, an entire ecosystem dies with it. The chipset is ARM based, rather than Intel. The operating system is...
The Building is the New Server

Cisco joins top 5 server vendors for the first time, IDC says

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Cisco Systems has entered the list of the top 5 server vendors for the first time, drawing level with Fujitsu and Oracle in a tie for fourth place, research firm IDC said on Wednesday....
Cisco joins top 5 server vendors for the first time, IDC says

The Cloud Ate My Server Vendor

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Remember when "Other" was just a rounding error in market share reports? Now in the server market, it just might be the main event, as Facebook's Open Compute project, cloud computing, and other trends drive buyers to no-name server vendors instead of IBM, HP, and Dell. Time to short the...
The Cloud Ate My Server Vendor
'Other' server vendors keep gaining momentum, while HP, Oracle slide

Inside Facebook's Plan To Revolutionize The Entire Hardware Industry (FB)

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Something extraordinary is happening at Facebook. The company is working on an idea that that could disrupt some of the largest enterprise tech companies in the world like IBM, HP, Dell. Facebook is leading a project that pushes hardware vendors into a new, and open-source way of building servers. It's...
Inside Facebook's Plan To Revolutionize The Entire Hardware Industry (FB)
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