Article | 23/12/2008
Intel ships 160GB solid state disk drives
Intel has announced it is expanding its X25-M 2.5-inch and X18-M 1.8-inch SATA solid-state drive (SSD) family with a 160GB drive in a 2.5-inch form fa...
Article | 16/12/2008
Hitachi to ship SSDs with high-end arrays
HDS Monday announced it will offer flash-based solid-state drives (SSDs) for its high-end Hitachi Universal Storage Platform V and VM storage arrays.
Article | 11/12/2008
Sun takes another swing at cloud computing
Having coined the phrase "the network is the computer" more than a decade ago Sun Microsystems could expect to be leading the march towards cloud comp...
Article | 10/12/2008
Microsoft ESP: Virtual reality made cheaper
Microsoft has launched version 2.0 of ESP, a virtual reality platform that aims to revolutionize the way many sectors train workers or plan and test p...
Article | 9/12/2008
Samsung upgrades could lower SSD prices, executives say
Samsung Electronics is upgrading its memory technology and manufacturing processes, which could lead to price drops for solid-state drives (SSDs) that...
Article | 4/12/2008
VMware takes new view of desktop
VMware has introduced View 3, the updated version of its virtual data infrastructure (VDI) offering. The company claimed that the new product would re...
Article | 4/12/2008
VMware releases revamped desktop software
VMware has released VMware View 3, new software aimed at providing desktop virtualization, application virtualization and management of virtual deskto...
Article | 3/12/2008
Hitachi GST, Intel team up for solid-state drives
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies and Intel are teaming up to produce solid-state drives for servers and workstations, the companies said Tuesday.
Article | 1/12/2008
HR group builds virtual DR with VMware
Human resources consulting firm Chandler Macleod Group has revitalised its IT operations by using virtualisation to build virtual disaster recovery an...
Article | 27/11/2008
Micron to launch hyper-fast SSD, touts 1GB/sec throughput
Within the next year, Micron technology expects to bring to market a high-end solid-state disk (SSD) drive that could achieve 1GB/sec throughput, acco...
Article | 25/11/2008
New IBM services offer cloud setup, 'validation'
IBM launched a new set of cloud computing consulting and implementation services on Monday, framing the move as something that could spark wider adopt...
Article | 19/11/2008
Virtualisation battle heats as Microsoft, VMware trade blows
The battle for the virtual data centre has begun and Microsoft is making its presence felt by snatching market share from its arch-rival VMware with s...
Article | 13/11/2008
Cloud computing will see devs soar to new heights
Software developers will be the oil moguls of the IT industry thanks to the utility and cloud computing concept, experts say.
Article | 12/11/2008
SSDs to stick with SATA 'for quite a while'
Intel's next-generation interface for solid-state drives (SSD) promises to make them faster and last longer, but laptops will continue to use the Seri...
Article | 10/11/2008
How Windows 7 will, and won't, work better with SSDs
The first generation of solid-state drives (SSDs) introduced in PCs last year failed to live up to the hype.
Article | 10/11/2008
Microsoft: Windows 7 will run on SSD netbooks
Netbooks equipped with solid-state drives (SSD) sporting as little as 16GB of storage capacity will be able to comfortably run Windows 7, Microsoft sa...
Article | 7/11/2008
SanDisk claims new SSDs will raise speed, endurance
SanDisk on Wednesday announced a new flash memory management system called ExtremeFFS that it says will dramatically improve two of the main weaknesse...
Article | 6/11/2008
Who owns the cloud business inside Microsoft?
To understand Microsoft's cloud software strategy, look not just to what the software maker plans to deliver, but how.
Article | 5/11/2008
Telstra revamps Windows Mobile, eyes cloud UC
Telstra and Microsoft have announced a partnership to bring hosted mobile application and unified communication services to small businesses, includin...
Article | 31/10/2008
Ozzie points to slimmer future for Windows client
Microsoft is putting the Windows client OS on a diet as a way to bring the PC OS into the age of cloud computing.