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Blockchain hardware in your data center might not solve any problems

Blockchain could soon descend from the cloud to live in enterprise data centers. Blockchain, an emerging technology that tracks the transactions of digital assets...

Azure Stack scale limits could delay launch for some enterprises

Azure Stack is nearly ready for public release, with at least one remaining question: Will Azure Stack scale to accommodate enterprises with larger-scale requirements? ...

Data center acquisitions can cause price and services upheaval

Enterprises that rent space in one of the many data centers under new ownership this year need to keep an eye out for changes...

Redfish server management gets vendors’ nod in new server hardware

Customers trying to unite their hybrid IT infrastructures with server management tools get mixed messages from the big server vendors. All major server vendors...

Tier IV data center comes online as new certification players emerge

Two new tier certification programs that grade data center facilities will challenge longtime incumbent Uptime Institute LLC at a time when customers demand highly...

IBM to debut z Systems mainframe with beefed-up security

IBM will put a more secure padlock on its Big Iron. Next week, IBM will introduce the latest member of its venerable z Systems...

Edge data centers push to new limits with cell tower deal

Edge data centers may soon be pushed even closer to the limit. A plan to build colocation data centers at the base of cellphone...

Red Hat’s software-only HCI system seeks hardware flexibility

Red Hat finally decided to jump into the hyper-converged market, but it's unclear if its arrival is fashionably late or missed the boat. The...

VxBlock clocks Vblock, as Dell EMC advances CI plans

Voila! The Vblock has vanished. Dell EMC has phased out its Vblock product line, the converged infrastructure (CI) system that launched a new category...

Server firmware security threat, real or not, gets renewed attention

Server firmware could be the next frontier for cybercriminals -- and for hardware vendors. Most cybercrime involves simple and untargeted ransomware. But as security...

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