Apple’s wearable device could come in multiple designs with various screen sizes, and will include more than 10 different biometric sensors, according to a new report.
So what else is new? Dueling server numbers from IDC and Gartner don’t give the big server makers a lot to cheer about.
Switches are the last bastion of the vertically integrated box inside the data center. Many companies want to change that and Cumulus Networks hopes to help by offering a Linux-based OS for switches.
HP and other server vendors lost more ground in the war against lesser known manufacturers in the first quarter of the year, new Gartner figures show.
Web performance and security startup CloudFlare isn’t as big as Google or Facebook, but it does handle a lot of traffic. And now, like its larger peers, the company is designing its own gear to solve it own unique brand of problems.
In the server business, Taiwanese hardware company Quanta has shifted from an original-design manufacturer to much more of a direct seller. It wants to extend the trend and sell other products, too.
Lesser known server makers reported bigger revenue growth for another quarter, as Facebook and other webscale companies keep buying custom servers.
Rackspace’s bet on Open Compute has been taken to a new level as the hosting provider has decided to build its own servers — a move it hopes will save it up to 30 percent in costs.
The company behind Amazon’s Kindle Fire became the latest licensee of Microsoft’s mobile patents Thursday, when Quanta signed a deal that co…
Facebook engineers have tested a 64-core chip from Tilera and found it ideal for grabbing data quickly from key value stores. This may galvanize the creation of new benchmarks as the debate of which architecture works best for webscale and cloud computing rages.