“These data center technologies from Switch add more tools to our toolbox,” said Rob Johnson, CEO of Vertiv. Vertiv, a company with a portfolio of power, cooling and IT infrastructure solutions employing around 20,000 people globally, has announced the completion of a licensing agreement for Switch‘s “revolutionary” hot and cold aisle containment technology and cooling systems. The licenses for Switch’s modular data center technology expand Vertiv’s portfolio of thermal management and integrated infrastructure solutions for large…"Vertiv Adds Switch’s Patented Data Center Technologies to Its Portfolio"
UKCloud, a multi-cloud expert organization aiming its services at the UK public sector, has secured a significant £25 million investment from Digital Alpha Advisors. This would enable accelerated digital transformation of UK public services through UKCloud’s “unique” multi-cloud platform offering. The recipient of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its innovation in developing a unique multi-cloud platform, UKCloud would bring together the best hyperscale cloud technologies and traditional enterprise technologies on a single platform hosted…"UKCloud Secures £25 Million Investment to Accelerate Further Expansion"
Ubersmith, an INAP company delivering subscription business management software, has announced a partner agreement with ModulesGarden – specialists in delivering development services and software extensions to cloud and hosting companies. ”The combination of ModulesGarden’s expertise in supplying development services, as well as building integration modules and extensions, will help us better serve the marketplace,” said Jeremy Chang, head of business development at Ubersmith. “Partnering with ModulesGarden expands our capabilities globally with a company that is…"INAP Company Ubersmith Partners with ModulesGarden"
Seven of the world’s largest systems manufacturers, including Cisco, Dell EMC, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Inspur, Lenovo and Sugon, have introduced NVIDIA T4 Servers architected to run CUDA-X AI accelerated data analytics, machine learning and deep learning. Featuring NVIDIA T4 GPUs and fine-tuned to run NVIDIA CUDA-X AI acceleration libraries, these newly launched servers would provide businesses a standard, highly efficient platform for data analytics and a wide range of other enterprise workloads. “As more enterprises begin to…"Server Vendors Introduce NVIDIA T4 GPU Powered Servers"
By Victoria Grey, CMO, Aparavi In the past, archives were thought of strictly as a long-term repository for infrequently accessed data – think cold storage – and so not much thought was put into intelligently managing this data. The hope was that your archive was like an insurance policy that you would never need to use. With the advent of the cloud and its increased utilization, organizations have begun to find that, in addition to…"What is an Active Archive and How Do I Implement It in a Multi-Cloud Environment?"
By Petro Kovalchuk, CEO, Lvivity Nowadays, it is not surprising that data is stored on a server or even a group of servers remotely located somewhere in another city, country, or even continent. Cloud computing has entered our lives and integrated into it so skilfully that we already do not notice it. The three main models in this market are: Software as a Service (SaaS). The provider software, executed on their cloud infrastructure, is available for…"5 Reasons for Businesses to Start Using Cloud Services Right Now"
Say your business is in line to replace its server hardware – you’ve been operating on some outdated equipment and you’re in need of an upgrade. What’s the first step to take? Familiarity with desktop computer hardware is a good start. Server hardware shares a lot of the same core components like memory, capacity and CPUs. But the similarities end there – server components are more specialized because they have a more intensive, dedicated function…"Which Type Of Server Hardware Is Best For Your Business?"
Zoho Corporation’s cloud-based performance monitoring platform for DevOps and IT operations, Site24x7, has announced the general availability of its cost analytics solution for public cloud platforms – Site24x7 CloudSpend. Site24x7 CloudSpend is free to use up to $3,000 of AWS spending per month. Site24x7’s new cloud cost analytics solution is aimed at bridging the gap between capacity planning and cost optimization for resources running in an Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud) environment. CloudSpend’s business intelligence (BI) insights would enable businesses…"Site24x7 Unveils Cost Analytics Platform For AWS Cloud"
U.S. data center operator Colocation Northwest and European data center operator maincubes today announced their transatlantic colocation partnership to complement each other’s data center footprints on both sides of the Atlantic. Sharing a company focus on high-availability, enterprise-grade security, compliance and energy-efficiency for their data centers in the U.S. and Europe respectively, Colocation Northwest and maincubes expect to accelerate their combined colocation sales scope and international customer reach. As one of the largest privately held…"Colocation Northwest and maincubes Announce Transatlantic Data Center Partnership"
N2WS, a Veeam company and provider of backup, recovery and disaster recovery solutions for Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS and Amazon Redshift, has announced the availability of N2WS Backup & Recovery 2.5 (v2.5). The latest version of this software introduces Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and Amazon Relational Database Service resource management and control. Using the new N2WS Resource Control, organizations would be able to lower costs by stopping or hibernating groups of Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS resources on-demand or…"Veeam Company N2WS Expands Cost Optimization Options for AWS"