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News Archives for Data & Server Racks during June 2010

US Consumers have been keen to purchase computer accessories for their PCs.

Last Updated: 30-06-2010 18:57

Green technology could drive the economy, as long as there is support from the government.

Last Updated: 28-06-2010 12:15

The BlissLift is ideal for lifting and moving server racks around data centres.

Last Updated: 25-06-2010 16:37

Cisco and Red Hat will work together to provide improved virtualisation solutions.

Last Updated: 24-06-2010 12:07

HP's new server rack options include the ProLiant DL980 G7 Server.

Last Updated: 23-06-2010 11:59

Virtual Cluster Switching from Brocade will help virtualised data centres achieve reliability, flexibility and scalability.

Last Updated: 11-06-2010 16:28

Next Generation Data has revealed that its south Wales data centre is the first in Europe to be completely powered through renewable energy.

Last Updated: 09-06-2010 17:07

The server market has enjoyed growth for the first time since 2008.

Last Updated: 03-06-2010 12:13

The SRX5308 will be embedded with TeamF1's networking and security software.

Last Updated: 02-06-2010 16:56

Microsoft's Rob Bernard has warned that data centres are still not going green, partly as a result of applications.

Last Updated: 02-06-2010 8:35

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