Don't-Miss Servers Stories

Twitter Joins the Linux Foundation

'Tens of thousands' of Linux machines reportedly keep the microblogging site running.

Energy Star 2.0 for Servers Coming in November

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week released the third draft of the Energy Star 2.0 specification for servers, which is expected to be finalized...

Cisco Revenue Inched up in Q4

Cisco Systems posted a small sales gain of 4 percent and a larger boost in profit for its fiscal fourth quarter on Wednesday.

What to Expect at Oracle OpenWorld

With Oracle now in a self-imposed "quiet period" prior to its next quarterly earnings release, it's not likely the company will make any major announcements...

Oracle-HP Ruling Highlights Risks of IT Vendor Partnerships

The strongly worded order by a California judge saying Oracle has to keep porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium-based servers is not the end of the...

Lenovo and EMC Join Forces on Storage, Servers

Lenovo and EMC will team up to develop and sell server and storage technology, with an eye to the Chinese market, the companies said on Wednesday.

Facebook to Test First Open Compute Racks

Facebook has taken delivery of the first set of innovative server racks it helped design, technology that the company hopes other organizations with large data...

Oracle Pulls Exadata Ad Claims After IBM's Complaint

Oracle is yanking advertising claims that its Exadata database machine had vastly super performance to IBM's Power Systems hardware, according to an announcement...

Windows 8 Features That Will Benefit Businesses

The new OS will be released October 26. Here's how businesses will benefit from upgrading.

ARM Server Ships From Boston Limited

Boston Limited on Monday said it was manufacturing and distributing a low-power server with ARM-based chips, becoming one of the few companies to make such a...

Oracle Set to Hype Advances in Exalogic 'cloud in a Box'

Oracle is planning to discuss how its Exalogic application server machine is "the logical choice" for running applications, during a special webcast event on...

Office 2013 on a Tablet vs. Touch-Friendly Competition

Microsoft’s new Office apps and services will make its tablets well-armed for business. Will the competition be able to keep up?

Intel Purchases Lustre Purveyor Whamcloud

Fortifying its resources for the high-performance computing (HPC) market, Intel has purchased Whamcloud, a commercial purveyor of the open-source Lustre file...