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Broadcom Offering Low Power Switches

Broadcom is rolling out a host of products to support a unified networking vision both at the core of the enterprise data center and on the edge of business WLANs

Storage Economics: When Data Meets Dough

If you think storage is cheap, you aren’t doing your sums right. The big picture, with power, carbon, and legal costs, adds up to a new discipline, says Hitachi Data Systems’ David Merrill – a storage economist

Cisco Develops Smart Grid For Green Power

Cisco Systems is unveiling its Smart Grid initiative, a move to offering an end-to-end communications platform based on IP protocols to a power industry under pressure to create more electricity and to do so more efficiently

Fujitsu Unlocks The Cosmic Cube

What does the name of Fujitsu’s new blade-based data centre system, the Dynamic Cube, actually mean? Forget the speeds and feeds – Peter Judge wants occult significance 

Oracle Is Nuts To Stick With Sun Hardware

Larry Ellison has committed Oracle to investing more in Sun’s SPARC, apparently because he think servers are like iPhones. That’s just silly, says Peter Judge

How To Run An Efficient Data Centre

The technology to make data centres more efficient is well-proven – but it’s only implemented on a minority of data centre servers. Our new practical How To Guide will help you cut costs

NHS Moves To Microsoft Exchange

The world’s biggest email migration went all right. But what about the stalled £12.7 billion project for patient records?

Oracle Will Dim The Lights Of Sun

Oracle’s acquisition will end one of the most inspirational high-tech companies in Silicon Valley history. And it’s a sad day for the open-source community, which loses a champion, says Joe Wilcox