Accelerating your path to the Composable Infrastructure

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Add flexibility and scalability to your existing operations with a Composable strategy approach. The Path to Composable enables you to leverage your infrastructure while increasing capabilities and empowering new applications. The Path to Composable is HPE BladeSystem with HPE OneView. Simplify the challenge of managing diverse workloads with modular infrastructure that can flex to the needs of each workload. HPE BladeSystem and HPE OneView converges servers, storage, and networking with software-defined intelligence to automate IT operations.

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Ziften

Ziften delivers all-the-time visibility and control for any asset, anywhere – client devices, servers, and cloud VMs – whether on-network or remote; connected or not. Our unified systems management and security platform empowers IT operations and security teams to quickly repair user impacting endpoint issues, reduce their overall risk posture, speed security threat response, and increase operations productivity.

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Supercharge your next tech project with virtual co-creation

Article | March 31, 2020

You know your business inside and out. You’re aware of its IT needs and challenges, and you want to take advantage of state-of-the-art technologies. Perhaps you’re looking to get supercharged on the latest tech trends and see how to employ them in your organization. What if your IT team could join forces with infrastructure specialists to co-create enterprise-scale solutions quickly? Co-creation is the concept of generating shared business value through partnership between a company and its customers. It can be used to brainstorm new products or services, solve problems or boost performance. In the IT industry, businesses might co-create IT solutions by working together to identify potential projects, define their scope and chart a plan for implementing them.

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WIRELESS DATA CENTERS AND CLOUD COMPUTING

Article | March 31, 2020

One of the most exciting areas of Vubiq Network’s innovative millimeter wave technology is in the application of ultra high-speed, short-range communications as applied to solving the scaling constraints and costs for internal data center connectivity and switching. Today’s limits of cabled and centralized switching architectures are eliminated by leveraging the wide bandwidths of the millimeter wave spectrum for the high-density communications requirements inside the modern data center. Our patented technology has the ability to provide more than one terabit per second of wireless uplink capacity from a single server rack through an innovative approach to create a millimeter wave massive mesh network. The elimination of all inter-rack cabling – as well as the elimination of all aggregation and core switches – is combined with higher throughput, lower latency, lower power, higher reliability, and lower cost by using millimeter wave wireless connectivity.

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Storage made simple for hybrid multicloud: the new IBM FlashSystem family

Article | March 31, 2020

In part one of this blog post series, we discussed IBM’s approach for delivering innovation while simplifying your storage infrastructure, reducing complexity, and cutting costs. Now let’s take a closer look at the details of the new IBM FlashSystem family, a single platform designed to simplify your storage infrastructure, reduce complexity and cut costs, while continuing to deliver extensive innovation for your enterprise class storage solutions and your hybrid multicloud environments.

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Cartesi creates Linux infrastructure for blockchain DApps

Article | March 31, 2020

DApps (sometimes called Dapps) are from the blockchain universe and so, logically, the apps part stands for application (obviously) and the D part stands for decentralised (only obvious once you know that we’re talking distributed immutable language here). According to the guides section at blockgeeks, DApps are open source in terms of code base, incentivised (in terms of who validates it) and essentially decentralised so that all records of the application’s operation must be stored on a public and decentralised blockchain to avoid pitfalls of centralisation. So then, Cartesi is a DApp infrastructure that runs an operating system (OS) on top of blockchains. The company has now launched a more complete ‘platform-level’ offering, which is described as a layer-2 solution

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Ziften

Ziften delivers all-the-time visibility and control for any asset, anywhere – client devices, servers, and cloud VMs – whether on-network or remote; connected or not. Our unified systems management and security platform empowers IT operations and security teams to quickly repair user impacting endpoint issues, reduce their overall risk posture, speed security threat response, and increase operations productivity.

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