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Oil oversupply spells good news for data center investment
An oversupply of oil in the global economy is good news for the data center market, with investment expected to increase as energy prices decrease.
Eaton ups cable capacity, reduces data center footprint with new rack
Eaton has launched a new high density network rack system it says provides increased cable capacity to maximise data center efficiency and flexibility
Yotta looks to break into Aussie market with asset management platform
“Industry bodies worldwide have similar challenges to face – and we are seeing growing interest in Horizons across many countries as a result."
Fortinet firewall deployment handling loads 'rivalling any deployment anywhere'
Fortinet has deployed its FortiGate-3700D data center firewall in a deal it says shows the firewall's ability to handle the most demanding needs.
AMD serves up Opteron A1100 for ARM in the data center
AMD has finally launched its first ARM-based processor, which it says offers a data center-class ARM solution.
Cisco, HPE tighten hold on enterprise infrastructure market
Cisco continues to dominate the enterprise infrastructure market with a 33% share in the past year. So which other vendors got a look in?
It's a rack, Jim, but not as we know it...
United States data center solution provider Vapor IO has completed its first round of funding for the first hyper collapsed disaggregated data centre.
HPE, Cisco and Microsoft dominate US$120b data centre market
HPE, Cisco and Microsoft - and rack servers - are leading the way to a US$120 billion data centre infrastructure market.
Predictions 2016: Awakening the force in your data centre
"In today’s business world, there’s a lot that can be learned from Star Wars. It promotes the value of knowledge in defeating what holds us back."
Dimension Data to provide network infrastructure for $550m Aussie port
“VICT is a perfect example of how technology is completely redefining the way we look at business," says Rodd Cunico, Dimension Data Australia CEO.
Indian data center infrastructure spend on the rise
The data center infrastructure market in India is forecast to be worth US$2 billion in 2016 according to a report from industry analysts, Gartner.
Hybrid IT: Helping enterprises increase agility, balance demands
Hybrid IT is emerging as a way for organisations to balance growing demands on their infrastructure, and the increasing need to be agile.
Zespri migrates to Azure, sings its praises
In a bid to highlight the benefits of moving computer infrastructure to the cloud, Microsoft has begun the ‘Server Room Reboot’ initiative.
Adaptable IT architecture key to success
“We often see a planned end set in stone for IT architecture. Instead, companies should be aiming for an architecture that is flexible and adaptable."
IT infrastructure at the core of biggest new tech trends
According to CenturyLink, IT infrastructure will play a growing role in how businesses overcome challenges, and more infrastructure will be outsourced
Transforming legacy banking systems in NZ with HP
"We worked closely with Hewlett-Packard, who delivered against our business objectives and above expectations,” says Mike Bullock, ANZ New Zealand COO
NZRB undergoes business transformation with Spark Digital
New Zealand Racing Board has signed a five-year deal with Spark Digital to redesign its IT infrastructure and change how it delivers internet services
Navigating the Third Industrial Revolution
Digital transformations are taking place in every company, from the local supermarket all the way through to financial organisations.
Brocade's answer to the IT infrastructure performance problem
“The Brocade Analytics Monitoring Platform not only provides end-to-end visibility that was not available previously, but it also improves ROI."
SimpliVity's OmniStack 3.0 comes to NZ
“In New Zealand many companies have limited or no IT Support. With Omnistack 3.0, we have made setting up branch offices easier than it's ever been."
SimpliVity's latest release, backed by five guarantees
SimpliVity has launched its new OmniStack 3.0 Data Virtualisation Platform - its most ‘robust’ product launch since the company was founded.
Brisbane healthcare provider goes with Nutanix
Procured through IT solutions provider, BES Information Technology Systems, the Nutanix platform allows Mater to expand its virtual desktop platform.
Legacy infrastructure stifling agility and innovation
Legacy infrastructure is holding companies back from achieving their businesses goals and preventing business agility and innovation say CIOs.
Keep your IT infrastructure in a separate location
"What would your business do if you came in on Monday and your server had blown up due to a flood or overheating? Would you still be able to operate?