STORAGE MANAGEMENT,WINDOWS SERVER OS,WINDOWS SERVER MANAGEMENT
GRC | December 28, 2022
Green Revolution Cooling (GRC), the leader in immersion cooling for data centres, announced today the launch of its first annual Data Center Sustainability Survey, which will gather feedback from industry professionals on what is working and where there is need for improvement.
Participants in the survey will be asked eight short questions about their approach to sustainability and how their organization is working to reduce its carbon footprint. GRC is also interested in gathering stories about sustainability efforts in these mission-critical facilities; the successes, setbacks, and anything else related to data center sustainability.
Some of these stories will be featured in GRC's webinar on February 15th at 11:00 a.m. ET. Participants whose stories are selected will receive a $100 Amazon gift card or a donation made to the Rainforest Alliance in their name. The Rainforest Alliance is an international non-profit organisation working to make responsible business the new normal at the intersection of business, agriculture, and forests.
Results from the survey will not only help us better serve the industry, they’ll provide a much-needed benchmark for understanding sustainability in the data center ecosystem, providing insight to all of us in the industry on how to be the best stewards possible for our planet.”
Gregg Primm, VP of Marketing at GRC.
Green Revolution Cooling is The Immersion Cooling Authority®. The company's patented immersion-cooling technology dramatically simplifies data centre cooling infrastructure deployment. Enterprises reduce their data center design, build, energy, and maintenance costs by eliminating the need for chillers, CRACs, air handlers, humidity controls, and other traditional cooling components.
GRC's solutions are used in twenty-one countries and are perfect for next-gen application platforms such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, high-performance computing (HPC), 5G, and other edge computing and core applications. Their systems are environmentally resilient, sustainable, and space efficient, allowing them to be deployed in virtually any location with little lead time.
APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE, DATA STORAGE
SUSE | February 09, 2023
On February 8, 2023, SUSE, a provider of innovative, open, and secure enterprise-grade solutions, introduced the SUSE Adaptive Telco Infrastructure Platform (ATIP), an edge computing platform optimized for telco. ATIP allows telecom companies to enhance and future-proof network modernization. It accomplishes this by employing an open and adaptable infrastructure that is adjusted for telco-grade performance and simplifies operations at scale.
Unlike current solutions on the market, the platform is designed from the ground up for the telco edge. As a result, it ensures quick rollouts with a highly scalable and programmable infrastructure management solution. As Europe's largest open-source infrastructure software market firm, the company developed this platform in close collaboration with major European telco operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Telecom Italia, Orange, Telefonica, and others.
ATIP packages critical infrastructure components such as Linux, Kubernetes, security, and management tools in a customizable form, allowing telco operators to adapt it quickly for a wide range of use cases across mobile and fixed networks. Moreover, because it supports a wide range of hardware, operators can reduce risk by utilizing their existing infrastructure. Its modularity and flexibility are designed to support and enable forward-thinking cloud frameworks like LF Europe's Sylva.
Its operating system layer offers low latency, real-time performance, and a quick data path to provide telco-grade performance. The Kubernetes layer ensures performance-sensitive applications run efficiently, while SUSE NeuVector offers total lifecycle container security. Rancher Prime, a leading Kubernetes management solution renowned for its convenience, robustness, and exceptional user experience, powers the platform. SUSE has also adjusted Rancher Prime for optimized telco use cases.
Nuremberg-based SUSE is a pioneer in innovative, secure, and dependable enterprise-grade open-source solutions, with over 60% of the Fortune 500 relying on it to power mission-critical workloads. It specializes in enterprise container management, business-critical Linux, and edge solutions. Working with partners and communities, the company enables customers to innovate anywhere, from data centers to the cloud. Its open-source solutions offer customers the agility to address innovation challenges today while also allowing them to evolve their strategy and solutions for the future.
HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE,APPLICATION STORAGE
Mercury | January 27, 2023
Technology solutions provider, Mercury Systems, Inc., which delivers processing power to critical defense and aerospace missions, launched its next generation of rugged edge servers powered by 4th generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The new processors earlier known as Sapphire Rapids, are designed for faster compute-intensive edge workloads and provide quick insights needed for critical defense and aerospace missions.
The all-new RES X08 servers are built using the decades of experience Mercury has with its COTS Rugged Edge Server (RES) rackmount family. RES X08 servers support powerhouse NVIDIA H100 GPUs, low-latency PCIe 5.0 fabrics, high-speed DDR5 memory, versatile Compute Express Link (CXL) expansion and 400 Gbps network cards, packed in a highly configurable, ultra-rugged chassis. Using innovative and secure design, Mercury’s servers are designed from the ground up to dissipate and withstand massive thermal loads which are created by larger, more powerful components. With a smaller footprint, Mercury’s servers are capable of delivering higher computational performance for accelerated workloads in industrial and military applications.
Brian Perry, General Manager of Mercury’s Sensor Systems business unit, said, “The RES X08 follows in the lineage of field-proven RES X07 and RES X06 servers that meet the demanding requirements of mission-critical workloads at the edge.” He further added, “Tens of thousands of Mercury rugged servers are currently deployed across U.S. and international defense programs, and Mercury is proud to make the latest commercial Silicon Valley technologies profoundly more accessible to aerospace and defense customers.”
(Source – GlobeNewswire)
About Mercury Systems
Mercury Based in Andover, Massachusetts, Mercury systems is a technology solutions provider. The company utilizes its strategic investments in R&D, business partnerships, and M&A; Mercury enables aerospace and defense leaders in agile defence systems, avionics and mission computing, and new technologies to transform their systems from legacy to cutting edge. This opens possibilities for an integrated approach to mission success.
The crucial technologies, such as Signal, Software, and Security, required for mission success are included in the "core" of the Mercury Processing Platform. These technologies are made available from silicon to system scale with important differentiators, such as Mission Ready, Trusted and Secure, Software Defined and Open, and Modular.