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Cisco re-commits to VCE with a very public display of affection

Oi, Dell! Robbins! Get a room, will you please?

IDC: Those servers numbers just keep on tumbling

Pesky no name ODMs beat down the big brands

Cloud pause slows server revenues amid price war rumours

Server shipments are up but the money isn't flowing

Dell overtakes HPE in server shipments as worldwide sales shrink

x86, is it?

Hyper-converged hyper-contender ZeroStack starts connecting clouds

Promises ESX-to-KVM-to-AWS and back again without involving architects

Nutanix scoops Cisco. Everyone's really happy ... but Cisco is strangely quiet about it

It's a meet-in-the-channel affair for resellers

Qualcomm piqs 'Centriq' as specifiq honorifiq for slicq ARM server chip

And shifts its data center processor wing into its own Inq, er, Inc

Azure clusters use 880 servers. Azure Stack-in-a-box will run on four

And don't throw out your Cloud Platform System or Azure Pack kit, it will play with the Stack

Samsung NAND flashes its hot measurements: 64L 4G 3D 2C by EY

Silicon enhanced, too

HPE promises users Itanium server refresh next year. In Dutch!

Unix? It's got YEARS left in it

ClusterStor is clearly alive (but Havant's still closing) – Seagate VP

Ken Claffey clarifies ClusterStor after PR 'no comment' snafu

Seagate to dismount and fsck its ClusterStor?

'We're unable to provide any other information at this time'

Qualcomm's China JV licences ARMv8-A for server CPUs

First target is Middle Kingdom's Big Data province and its 2.5 million servers

Next big thing after containers? Amazon CTO talks up serverless computing

AWS Summit London 'Perhaps we no longer have to think about them'

When is a refurbished server not refurbished? Ask this Dell reseller

Sysadmin blog Peering into the nooks and crannies of the storage ecosystem

Supermicro's macro Microblade: That chassis is... huge

Review Small blades, supersized bodywork

ODM for the masses? Facebook's OCP still ain't for you, brother

The nuts and bolts of the matter

InfiniBand-on-die MIA in Oracle's new 'Sonoma' Sparc S7 processor

Big Red to tear wraps off scale-out CPU with crypto, analytics acceleration

Dell sockets it to 'em with Xeon server upgrades

New PowerEdges for all you dual-socket fetishists and a new box suggested for Ceph

Startup Knupath offers world a new CPU architecture

Sparse matrix architecture advanced as better algo-cruncher than current silicon

Dell finds liquid cooling tech on eBay, now wants you to buy it

Power usage effectiveness score of 1.03 with custom Xeons and cold pipes on chips

Intel reveals Xeon E7 v4: Is that 24TB in your pocket or are... oh, it is

New chips longing for a home in next refresh's scale-up servers

Cisco axes unloved M-Series modular servers two years after launch

Exclusive Nobody wants modules any more, admits Switchzilla

Cavium arms ARM bodies for fresh data centre compute charge

Does new 14nm ThunderX2 pack enough punch to take on Chipzilla?

Intel's new plan: A circle that starts in your hand and ends in the cloud

Atom-powered home kit so ISPs can pipe VMs into your house

Big Tech's quest to keep enterprises on board

StorageBod Commodity kit means catalogue pricing

VCE boss Chad Sakac bets he'll win the hyperconverged market

Cisco to stay in vBlocks and Microsoft detente coming

Whip out your blades: All-flash Isilon scale-out bruiser coming

Project Nitro turns Isilon into unstructured data dragster

EMC re-engineers its VNX flashy boxen, puts Unity on the label

Takes better advantage of flash and has sub-$10k starting price

Unisys releases its ClearPath MCP OS for VMs or x86

End of a long era as mainframe-sourced OSes will no longer require companion hardware

Filer funfest: HDS buffs up its VSP product on four fronts at once

Adds native NAS, VVOLs, analytics and cloud tiering to big iron array

Hands up, who prayed for AMD? Well, it worked

Mini-Chipzilla licenses CPU tech to Chinese manufacturer – and the crowd goes wild

Oracle plans Exadata-as-a-service, in cloud or on-prem

7th version of database appliance lands with 22-core Xeons and 8TB drive support

Intel preps Knights Landing 'Ninja' dev boxes

Got US$5k to spare? And that's the the liquid-cooled entry-level version. The rack's $20k

Storage-class memory just got big – 256Mbit big, at least

Everspin ships 256Mb MRAM samples, says 1GB kit due by year's end

Texas Attorney General charged in 32-bit 'eco-friendly server scam'

Servergy CEO also hauled over coals after system claims

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