Cisco is adding new innovation to an old market and shaking up the industry, with an announcement that will be one of the most technologically significant this year.
The acquisition highlights the run on solid-state memory companies as data center players aim to speed up applications.
The networking giant unveils a new effort to streamline data center operations and as part of the package is offering up its own blade servers.
A well-timed report from the Union of Concerned Scientists highlights safety incidents at U.S. plants in 2010 and gives the NRC mixed grades on its responses.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is set to launch "systematic" scrutiny of U.S. plants, where there's nearly 100 tons of spent radioactive fuel.
Cisco holds up well during the third quarter in "a cautious IT spending environment," avoiding the shortfalls rivals have faced.
The Last Pictures is a disc of 100 black and white images that's set to join the orbiting junk pile overhead. Could it become humanity's final monument?
The two are widening their alliance in effort to allow for the automation and linking of various cloud-computing components.
OVF is exactly what the industry needs to push server virtualization toward more dynamic data centers and integration with cloud computing.
Big Blue says new line of integrated systems offers more flexibility, with support for four operating systems and five virtualization hypervisors.