WorldStream, a fast-growing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) hosting provider with 15,000 dedicated servers under management and company-owned data centers in the Netherlands, announces it has further expanded its leadership team to include Mark Chandler as Finance Director.
Adjust, a Germany-based mobile marketing company delivering mobile measurement, fraud prevention and cybersecurity, with 400 employees and 16 locations worldwide, has extended their existing hosting contract with Leaseweb for another five years.
Gold-level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), Supermicro, has expanded its Oracle relationship by testing and certifying an extensive range of servers with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Server for x86 (Oracle VM).
Kingston has released a new data center SSD, the DC1000B M.2 NVMe boot drive. The new drive would be ideal for servers shipping with one or two M.2 NVMe slots dedicated for boot purposes and thus preserving valuable front-loading 2.5″ drive bays for additional data storage.
Budget dedicated server provider, Reprise Hosting, has released a new line of NVMe powered ‘cheap dedicated servers.’ Reprise Hosting is a hosting provider based out of Seattle, Washington and specializes in cheap dedicated servers and cPanel VPS hosting solutions.
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.