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Brocade Acquires IP Networking Help

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The acquisition of Strategic Business Systems fills a gap in Brocade's end-to-end data center service offerings.

MS Hyper-V to Face a Cutthroat Market

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Virtually all the major server vendors are prepping embedded virtualization in midmarket offerings, cementing VMware as the ever-more-immovable market king.  

How to Design Real Cooling Solutions for Virtual Servers: Implementing your Solutions - 2

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Part 3: Actually getting your cooling needs met in an appropriate manner isn't always the easiest thing to do. As Julius Neudorfer of North American Access Technologies explains, you may have to fight against conventional wisdom, bad building design and The Facilities People to get what you...

How to Design Real Cooling Solutions for Virtual Servers: New Technology and Design - 1

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Part 2: Moving from an outdated, outmoded and inefficient data center cooling solution to something that can actually improve efficiency usually involves taking advantage of the latest technologies. Julius Neudorfer, founder of North American Access Technologies, examines the latest in cooling.

How to Design Real Cooling Solutions for Virtual Servers: What's in Your Data Center? - 1

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Part 1: There's a cooling crisis out there and virtualization, which is supposed to help solve energy consumption issues, is part of the problem. Julius Neudorfer, founder of North American Access Technologies, explains how it got that way. Next, he explains how to solve the problem using new...

Shaklee Cleans Up with SAAS

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Shaklee looks to the cloud to effectively align IT with business requirements.  

VMworld 2008: NEC Virtualizes the Workstation

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NEC is seeking to differentiate itself in desktop virtualization. 

SteelEye Launches Protection Suite

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SteelEye introduces virtual protection on both VMware and Citrix virtualization platforms.

NetApp: Virtualization Represents Security Threat

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The EMEA channel chief said that customers can achieve savings from virtualization technology but have to spend on security.

VMware to Launch Security Initiatives

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The company's VMsafe technology is just the start of several security initiatives VMware officials have planned for the months ahead.

HP Gains on IBM in Server Revenue

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IDC finds that while HP and IBM continued to battle it out, worldwide server revenues hit $54 billion in 2007, the highest since 2001.

Microsoft to Pursue 'Democratization' of Server Virtualization

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CEO Steve Ballmer says management tools and low prices will help propel virtualization into the mainstream.

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