HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE, APPLICATION STORAGE
Rambus | February 02, 2023
On February 1, 2023, Rambus Inc., a provider of chip and silicon IP that make data faster and safer, announced that its new 6400 MT/s DDR5 Registering Clock Driver (RCD) is now available and sampling for major DDR5 memory module (RDIMM) manufacturers.
The Rambus Gen3 6400 MT/s DDR5 Registering Clock Driver provides a 33% increase in data rate and bandwidth over the Gen1 4800 MT/s solutions, enabling data center servers to benefit from a new level of main memory performance. In addition, it offers streamlined timing parameters for increased RDIMM margins while providing industry-leading latency and power.
Rambus DDR5 memory interface chips, consisting of the RCD, Temperature Sensors, and Signal Presence Detect (SPD) Hub, are essential for cutting-edge servers to achieve a new level of performance. More intelligence is incorporated into the RDIMMs with DDR5 memory, allowing for over 2x the data rate and 4x the capacity of DDR4 RDIMMs, while simultaneously enhancing memory and power efficiency.
Rambus is highly regarded for its signal integrity (SI) and power integrity (PI) knowledge, With over 30 years of experience in high-performance memory. This expertise enables DDR5 memory interface chips to transmit command/address and clock signals from the host memory device to the RDIMMs with superior signal integrity.
Sean Fan, Chief Operating Officer at Rambus, explained, "Data center workloads have an insatiable thirst for greater memory bandwidth and capacity, and our mission is to advance the performance of server memory solutions that meet this need for each new server platform generation." He added, "We were first in the industry to 5600 MT/s, and now we have raised the bar with our Gen3 DDR5 RCD capable of 6400 MT/s to support a new generation of RDIMMs for server main memory."
(Source – Business Wire)
Rambus Based in San Jose, California, Rambus provides innovative software, hardware, and services that drive technological advancements from the mobile edge to the data centers. The company's architecture licenses, chips, IP cores, software, and services positively affect the modern world, from memory and interfaces to emerging technologies. Its partners include foundries, prominent chip and system designers, and service providers in the industry. Integrated into countless devices and systems, the firm's products and technologies secure and power various applications, such as Internet of Things (IoT) security, Big Data, and many others.
HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE, APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
Cyxtera Technologies | March 02, 2023
On March 01, 2023, Cyxtera, a leading company in interconnection and data center colocation services, announced a strategic partnership with Dell Technologies to boost the infrastructure deployments of their customers by combining Dell's infrastructure with Cyxtera's colocation and network technologies.
Using Cyxtera's global network of colocation facilities as well as Digital Exchange network fabric, the companies will offer full stack infrastructure as a service to international enterprises of all sizes, as well as federal, local, and state government bodies. This includes server and rack unit-specific compute infrastructure, colocation space, network connectivity, and power. These capabilities enable a cloud-like deployment experience for workloads requiring performance, security, and control of dedicated infrastructure and colocation.
Within a Cyxtera data center, the Cyxtera Dell Experience Lab allows consumers to interact with Dell Technologies across various consumption models. Through Cyxtera's robust Command Center interface, participants in the Experience Lab can visualize how to construct an on-demand data center using Dell Technologies. Clients can:
Use Cyxtera's Marketplace to gain access to hundreds of providers.
Deploy and manage Dell PowerEdge servers colocated within a Cyxtera SmartCab.
Deploy Dell PowerEdge server infrastructure with Cyxtera's Enterprise Bare Metal service as needed.
Manage the Enterprise Bare Metal and colocated solutions' core networking and Layer 2 interconnections.
Establish dynamic connections to the public cloud, public internet, and enterprise WAN providers.
Chief Revenue Officer of Cyxtera, David Keasey, shared, "We're focused on providing rapid, seamless access to the technologies our customers need to support their unique business demands," He added, "By offering on-demand access to Dell infrastructure via our Enterprise Bare Metal offering, we will enable organizations of all sizes to harness the power of raw compute resources via a cloud-like delivery model across our global data center footprint."
(Source – Business Wire)
About Cyxtera Technologies
Cyxtera is a leading provider of colocation and interconnection services based in Coral Gables (Florida), offering a network of more than 60 data centers across over 30 markets. With a focus on providing customers with cloud-like infrastructure solutions that are both flexible and scalable, it can help businesses achieve their strategic objectives and maintain a competitive edge. With a customer base of over 2,300 enterprises and government organizations, the company is committed to delivering innovative technology solutions that enable customers to scale faster and achieve their financial goals.
Bluebird Network | February 08, 2023
On February 07. 2023, a communications infrastructure provider and operator of two data centers, Bluebird Network, highlights its successful partnership with the University of Central Missouri. Bluebird Network will provide primary internet services for the campus and the University’s remote sites.
The University of Central Missouri is powered by Bluebird Network’s data centers and digital infrastructure, which will enable bulk storage of the University data, maintain campus connectivity, and provide internet access between all remote sites.
With its forward-thinking approach, Bluebird is known for its excellent customer service and personal touch. The communications infrastructure provider delivers tools and solutions to educational systems at all levels. In addition to its high connectivity and required bandwidth for best education practices in the digital world, Bluebird is empowering education and is identified as the second largest ISP to public schools in the State of Missouri.
About Bluebird Network
Bluebird Network is based in Columbia, Missouri and serves the Midwest with a carrier-class fiber network. Since its year of foundation in 1999, the company has offered fiber networks to businesses, hospitals, schools, and other data-driven organizations, including high-capacity transport, high internet speed and data center solutions. Bluebird performs more than 11,000 fiber route miles of high-speed broadband and fiber-optic connections with more than 82,000 on-net and near-net buildings and 160 Points of Presence (PoP) sites across the Midwest. This includes the major cities of Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield (MO and IL), Tulsa, Peoria, Rockford, Bloomington, Normal, and the Quad Cities