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Doubles all round for the server-makers: Market inhales $23.36bn for the quarter

Dell EMC, HPE and ODMs frolic as cloud rains cash

HPE flack: We've got an Azure stack flash rack. What's with these techies wanting technical details?

All-flash, Arista top-of-rack switching and... single tier

Monday: Intel teases 48-core Xeon. Tuesday: AMD whips covers off 64-core second-gen Epyc server processor

Chipzilla more like Tyrannosaurus Rekt

Russian computer failure on ISS is nothing to worry about – they're just going to turn it off and on again

The one place where you really don't want your comp to die

DBA drifts into legend after inventive server convo leaves colleagues fearing for their lives

Who, Me? Fire! Fire! Oh, er, maybe not...

Intel peddles latest Xeon CPUs – E-series and 48-core Cascade Lake AP – to soothe epyc mygrayne

The AP does not stand for 'AMD P**-off'

If you want to rent AMD Epyc bare-metal boxes in the cloud, Oracle hopes you see red

OpenWorld As in, Big Red: Database giant says this offering is a worldwide first

Our processor tech's got legs, says Arm: 'One million' data center servers will ship in 2018

Analysis By servers, it means boxes that do networking, storage, security

Oracle? On my server? I must have been hacked! *Penny drops* Oh sh-

Who, Me? This is my server. That's your server. No, wait, that's your server...

Super Micro China super spy chip super scandal: US Homeland Security, UK spies back Amazon, Apple denials

UPDATED Officials: Not saying Bloomberg was wrong, we just believe biz saying Bloomberg was wrong

DB dev waggles GPU-dosed POWER9 server at data warehouse crowd, yells: SQream

NVLinking CPUs to GPUs chews through workloads

Linux, HCI and more, all from the new release of Windows Server 2019

Customers in it for the long term get parity with the flighty Semi-Annual Channel crowd

Shrinking shipments, hidden money: IDC studies the martial art of EMEA server market

Sucks up $4bn in Q2 alone

Hitachi Vantara brain dump: IoT, servers, containers and self-regulating data centres

You lucky NEXT 2018 people

Dell in-houses production, dumps Celestica in Ireland

Exclusive When Irish-made drives are migrating

Watt the heck is this? A 32-core 3.3GHz Arm server CPU shipping? Yes, says Ampere

If you're resisting x86, Lenovo has some current deals for you

A boss pinching pennies may have cost his firm many, many pounds

Who, Me? Redundant PSUs and power buses are all well and good, but they need cables

You've been served: Market rakes in $22bn, Dell does rather well – IDC

And ODM stands for Original Dollar Makers in latest server digits

A third of London boroughs 'fess to running unsupported server software

It is not alone: Sheffield, Rotherham and Sandwell admit to using Windows Server 2000

Apple tipped to revive forgotten Macbook Air and Mac mini – report

Old-school cool with new guts

Techie's test lab lands him in hot water with top tech news site

Who, Me? But who are we to hold a grudge...

Boss regrets pointing finger at chilled out techie who finished upgrade early

On-Call At first they started out real cool...

Phased out: IT architect plugs hole in clean-freak admin's wiring design

On-Call In server rooms, neat doesn't trump functionality

Nearly half of IBM's $1bn Aussie framework deal comes from mainframes

Plenty of work for the Z14 plumbers Down Under

Intel: Yeah, yeah, 10nm. It's on the todo list. Now, let's talk about AI...

Optane DC persistent memory ships to Google, Xeon roadmap, and more revealed

Wait, did you hear that? That rumbling in the distance? Sounds like... a 16-socket IBM Power9 box shuffling this way

Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm...

Hmm, there's something fishy about this graph charting AMD's push into Intel's server turf

Epyc chips nibble bits off Xeon's x86 revenue share

Es are good, Es are good. Xeon Es are good, says Intel: Entry-level workstation CPUs touted

Single-socket job wakes up and smells the Coffee Lake

Heatwave shmeatwave: Brit IT departments cool their racks – explicit pics

As the UK melts, cash-strapped techies reach for the fans

AAAAAAAAAA! You'll scream when you see how easy it is to pwn unpatched HPE servers

Curl request with 29 As and it's lights out for iLO 4

Qualcomm data centre tech veep jumps ship

Whither the Centriq now?

Disk firmware can kill a whole cluster how exactly? Cisco explains

UCS and HyperFlex owners at risk of outages thanks to faulty firmware

Hyperconverged hype train is going hard: Kit sales up 76% to $1.23bn

Dell EMC, Nutanix rule the roost

Air Force Won: Nutanix lands $45m deal to ply US flyboys with hyperconverged kit

'Largest single deal' for storage upstart, says analyst

New Windows Server preview ships with an AI crystal ball

Adds ‘System Insights’ to predict future capacity requirements, but Hyper-V 2019 remains mysterious

Huawei unveils bigger iron KunLun server at CeBIT

A bigger splash from big freaking box of a server, with up to 32 CPUs in a rack

White box server makers flounder BUT big brands shine

Data centre spending explodes, fuelled by hyperscale cloud, on-prem refreshes, soaring DRAM

It's good to be the king: Dell gives HPE hell at top of server charts

Watch out for those white-box-flingers, though, Mike

Cisco turns to AMD Epyc for the first time in new UCS model

Four-in-a-box servers Are Not Blades. They're a scale-out-and-up density play, geddit?

If you like Nutanix and you think it's XC... Bit barn boxes or ROBO

Dell teases high and low-end hyperconverged kit at .NEXT

Industry whispers: Qualcomm mulls Arm server processor exit

Analysis Arm-for-web-boxes is a good idea that keeps going nowhere

Broadcom's Arm server chip lives – as Cavium's two-socket ThunderX2

Pic 32 cores, 64-bit, no Intel, of course Microsoft loves this thing

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