Toshiba Memory Europe (TME) has unveiled a new category of SAS SSDs expected to replace SATA SSDs in server applications. The RM5 12Gbit/s value SAS (vSAS) series features capacity, performance, reliability, and manageability and data security advantages – at a price that obsoletes SATA SSDs.
Datto has launched several new product enhancements designed to further empower its MSP partners. The new features include Rapid Rollback, a groundbreaking server restoration tool, as well as major improvements to the Autotask PSA Task UI and a new Lifetime Warranty for all Datto Networking APs, Switches, and Managed Power devices.
KACE Cloud Mobile Device Management now includes more security, control and ease of use for managing Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.
DevOpsGuys, a UK professional services company specialising in DevOps engineering consultancy and training, is rebranding to DevOpsGroup to reflect the growing diversity in its team who are at the forefront of the DevOps movement, and the group’s wider focus on expansion.
Project Aiur and AIUR tokens to give back power to researchers and scientists.
ABB and Rittal to provide industrial grade edge data center solutions for industrial customers who need to deploy robust IT capacity close to their operations.
Switch Datacenters, a European provider of build-to-suit corporate data centers and enterprise-grade colocation facilities, plans to commence development of a new data center at its data center campus in Amsterdam.
Security across disparate technologies and cloud environments made simpler with dedicated managed service.
Sudlows has secured a multimillion pound infrastructure contract with the global communications provider, Telefónica UK.
CompTIA announces government funding for Cyber Ready retraining initiative, giving applicants a head start in cyber security career.
Bright Computing has announced support for Cavium ThunderX2® 64-bit Arm® v8-A processors in Bright Cluster Manager.
Visa’s letter to the Treasury Select Committee, documenting details behind the recent outage which left millions of people unable to complete card transactions, reinforces a critical challenge that organisations face when exposed to a ‘partial failure’ of IT infrastructure. This is according to Peter Groucutt, managing director of Databarracks.
Deal marks key milestone in Nokia’s digital transformation journey.
Crestchic, the world’s largest specialised loadbank manufacturer and rental company, has supplied the University of Chester with a nominally rated 300 kVA restive/reactive loadbank. This has been installed at its research and development facility at the Energy Centre situated in Thornton Science Park. The contractors for the project, A+B Engineering, selected Crestchic for its specialism in this area.
New Q1 data from Synergy Research Group shows that in the public cloud services market, worldwide leader AWS is also the clear leader in all four of the world’s major regions, ranked by public IaaS and PaaS service revenues.