Cisco Systems’ former executive vice president and CFO, Frank Calderoni, has joined open-source software specialist Red Hat, effective Monday. Calderoni spent a decade working for the networking giant where he was responsible for managing the end-to-end financial strategy and operations at the San Jose, Calif., company, helping it to grow from $22 billion in revenue to $47 billion during his tenure.
Read the source article at crn.com
If you’re curious, you can see where the memory sockets are located here, but that’s not the correct answer. The right answer is: Long ago, we all decided that Intel was smart enough to figure out where it’s best to place components on its boards. While hardware partners may have some concerns, most end-user organizations couldn’t care less. We care about things like cost and SLA, but the motherboard hardware architecture is not that interesting.
Read the source article at VMware Blogs
It’s the right time for another round of IT cost-saving initiatives, and here are six areas where data center managers can reduce IT expenses. The recession of the last decade led businesses to tighten their belts and weather the economic storm, with projects including virtualization and consolidation, exploration of fledgling cloud technologies, centralizing data centers, rethinking the way software is developed and more.
Read the source article at Data Center information, news and tips
Dell’s aggressive enterprise offensive is paying off in big gains in the data center market as some solution providers are saying the company is displacing legacy competitors in a number of large accounts. According to Dell, Round Rock, Texas, the company’s North American Enterprise Systems Group partner business was up 28 percent year over year in its 2015 fiscal year, which ended Jan. 31.
Read the source article at crn.com
Columbus, Ohio [June 10, 2015] – Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, today introduced new Liebert® iCOM™ thermal controls to offer data center managers higher energy efficiency, greater protection and deeper, actionable insight at the cooling unit and thermal management system levels.
Read the source article at Emerson Network Power
Apple, according to a published report, is continuing its major investment plans to better serve its customers and compete with other cloud-based service companies. Apple is known for investing time and money into designing top-of-the line products for discerning, style-driven customers, but a Bloomberg report suggests the company is also making a big push to upgrade its networking and data center infrastructure.
Read the source article at informationweek.com
PTS Physical Security Solutions offers a turnkey solution to address all your physical security needs. Utilizing cutting edge technologies offered by our partners, PTS offers the following solutions: Video Surveillance, Access Control, and Central Management. PTS’s primary Physical Security platform is Genetec’s Security Center (Unified Platform), which has applications for Video Surveillance, Door Access control, License Plate Recognition, Alarm Panel Integration and other third party capabilities. These applications are all viewable on one simple Customer Interface.
Read the source article at Data Center Design
As cloud computing, big data and the deployment of mega-scale data centers accelerates, organizations need to continually recalibrate and evolve the network. This challenge has led to the development of new technologies and standards designed to increase and optimize network capacity, security and flexibility, all while keeping a lid on cost. Here are the top five trends as we see them…
Read the source article at Welcome to Network World.com