Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced new offerings for its HPE ProLiant Gen9 portfolio of servers to help customers modernise their data centres. It includes a range of compute technology options designed for optimised performance in a hybrid infrastructure environment.
NEXTDC has selected a site for its second data centre in Melbourne, one day after announcing the location for its second Brisbane facility.
NEXTDC will build its planned $75m B2 data centre, its second in Brisbane, at a newly acquired site in Fortitude Valley.
Fujitsu has announced an update to its PRIMERGY dual-socket server line-up from tower servers to nodes for high-performance computing clusters. In line with the update, the company has also released the PRIMERGY RX2510 M2 designed for service providers and hosters.
Algorithms designed by an Australian student researcher could help reduce the electricity consumption of power-hungry data centres and cloud facilities, as well as deliver information faster.
Equinix has announced plans to open its fourth Sydney data centre as part of a global expansion of its International Business Exchange data centre footprint.
Global Switch has commenced construction of the final stages of its Sydney East data centre, while Akamai has opened a data centre in Sydney to help Australian companies mitigate DDoS threats.
The NSW Government's GovDC Silverwater has become the first data centre in Australia to secure a 4.5 star energy-efficiency rating from the national environment rating standard NABERS.
Microsoft's Project Natick involves creating capsules designed to host data centre equipment that can be submerged underwater, run on renewable energy and have long life spans.
Dell has added four entry-level rack and tower servers to its 13th generation PowerEdge portfolio, allowing small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to prepare for future growth, adapt to changing application demands and attain greater operational efficiency.
Deployment of prefabricated data centre modules is substantially different to that of traditional data centre builds, so it's important for firms to understand how to implement them effectively.
The Australian data centre outsourcing market will grow 18.2% this year, but has reached its peak growth phase and will slow down from 2016, Frost & Sullivan has predicted.
There are four important reasons to consider flash storage over the traditional disk-based approach, and they are cost, capacity, simplification and flexibility, writes EMC's Darren McCullum.