Data Center

A data center is a network of (cloud) computing and storage resources enabling the delivery and processing of software applications and data storage. A datacenter consists of a network infrastructure including connectivity to external networks, a storage infrastructure to store applications and data and computing power infrastructure in the form of (virtual) CPU’s and memory. All these components are housed in a single location where hardware equipment is located in racks supported by power supplies. In this category you find our news articles about datacenters.

Kao Academy: An Initiative to Raise Data Center Awareness among Children

Kao Data has launched the Kao Academy. It’s an industry-first science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) resource developed to introduce the purpose and role of a data center to primary and early secondary school-aged students.

Park Place Unveils New Iteration of its Network Monitoring Solution

Global data center and networking optimization firm, Park Place Technologies, has unveiled a new iteration of its on-prem enterprise network monitoring solution, Entuity v20.0.

Intel Releases New Chips for AI and Data Center

Intel is expanding its chip portfolio with the Gaudi 2 AI chip and several new IPUs for data centers. Intel revealed at Intel Vision 2022 in Dallas that it aims to deliver a new generation of Infrastructure Processing Units every two years.

Edge Computing Challenges and Opportunities Revealed in New IDC Research

A newly commissioned IDC white paper, sponsored by Schneider Electric, highlights the challenges and opportunities that come with edge computing deployments. The white paper titled Succeeding at Digital First Connected Operations

Marvell Expands Its Cloud-Optimized CXL Portfolio by Acquiring Tanzanite

Marvell Technology (NASDAQ: MRVL) has completed an all-cash acquisition of Tanzanite Silicon Solutions, a developer of sophisticated Compute Express Link (CXL) technology.

Rambus Acquires Hardent, Accelerates Its Roadmap for Data Center Solutions

Hardent, a prominent electronic design business, has agreed to be acquired by Rambus. Rambus’ team of engineers would benefit from this acquisition, which will speed up the development of CXL processing solutions for “next-generation” data centers.

Tech Data Adds Pluribus Networks to Its Portfolio in Asia Pacific and Japan

Tech Data, a TD SYNNEX company, has added Pluribus Networks’ technology to its IT distribution and services portfolio in Asia Pacific and Japan. Pluribus’ Unified Cloud Fabric technology integrates and automates networking and distributed security across switches and servers, overlay and underlay networks, and distributed cloud data centers.

Data Center Operator DEAC Builds New Facility in Baltic Region

DEAC, one of Northern Europe’s major independent data center operators, is creating a new data center in Riga, the capital of Latvia. The company claims it to be one of the region’s most sustainable data centers.

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Liquid Data Center Cooling Scaleup Asperitas Appoints New CEO

Asperitas, a company delivering immersion cooling technology solutions for data center environments, has appointed Ronald Monster as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Equinix and Zayo Successfully Complete First Data Center 400G Trial

Connecting data center sites in London and Paris, Zayo and Equinix have announced the successful completion of a 400 Gbps (400G) trial, connecting data centers in London (Slough) and Paris on Zayo’s subsea fiber network.