Micron Technology, has begun sampling DDR5 Registered DIMMs (RDIMM) - based on its 1znm process technology. DDR5, the most technologically advanced DRAM to date, would enable “the next generation” of server workloads by delivering a significantly increased memory performance.
The edge computing servers NE5260M5 and NF5280M5 from Inspur now support the NVIDIA EGX, a high-performance cloud-native platform. These servers have obtained the NGC-Ready for Edge certification, allowing users to “quickly” deploy and “efficiently” run AI workloads in edge and micro data centers.
US-based data center and hosting provider LayerHost.com has opened their new data center location in Houston, Texas.
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NetActuate, a U.S. provider of bare metal servers, virtual machines, and colocation services operating one of the world’s largest networks, has announced the completion of major connectivity and bare metal capacity upgrades in their Johannesburg data center.
Xen Project, an open source hypervisor hosted at the Linux Foundation, has released the latest version of its Xen Project Hypervisor solution, version 4.13. The new version comes with improved security and hardware support; added new options for embedded use cases; while reflecting a wide array of contributions from the community and ecosystem.
Dutch IT industry organizations DINL, DHPA and ISPConnect, together with the Dutch Child Pornography Hotline (EOKM), has called on hosting providers and data centers to join the joint fight against child pornography.
Telia Carrier, owner/operator of one of the world’s most extensive fiber backbones, has upgraded its network presence at phoenixNAP’s Phoenix Metro mega data center.
NetActuate, a U.S. provider of bare metal servers, virtual machines, and colocation, operating one of the world’s largest networks, has completed a major expansion to their New York City data center.
Summit Hosting, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of managed application cloud hosting in the US and Canada, has acquired cloud hosting provider iNSYNQ from Seattle.
Dallas-based bare metal, cloud, and colocation service provider, Limestone Networks, is extending its hosting network to the New York metro with the addition of its new JFK1 data center, housed in Equinix’s NY7 facility.