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July, 2010

  • 16 July

    Microsoft, Dell, HP, Fujitsu Team Up to Sell Cloud Servers

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    Microsoft has formed an alliance with Dell, HP, and Fujitsu to sell pre-configured Microsoft Azure-powered cloud servers. By pre-configured, they mean that the servers should be ready to go without any further configuration required. As such, they call them “appliances” rather than servers. These appliances will allow companies to take …

April, 2010

  • 29 April

    Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server Edition Released

    Today Canonical, the company responsible for the popular desktop Linux operating system called Ubuntu, also released their latest server edition, version 10.04 LTS. The “LTS” stands for long-term support, which Canonical will offer for five years (Normal Ubuntu versions are released every six months). In the Linux server web hosting …

  • 29 April

    Dell may never construct another data center

    As firms scramble to build more and more data centers, Dell recently surprised the industry with its announcement that it may never build another data center. The Texas computer company has found that it is cheaper to make use of existing resources rather than expand. Using virtualization, Dell has increased …

March, 2010

  • 29 March

    Dell designs new servers for cloud computing

    dell poweredge c1100Dell revealed a new line of “CloudEdge” servers this week designed specifically for cloud computing. Dell is hoping to sell quite a few of these systems as server demand increases and more and more firms move to the cloud. The new models include the PowerEdge C1100, C2100 and …

December, 2009

  • 11 December

    Dell wins several names in dispute

    Dell recently won a domain dispute it submitted to the National Arbitration Forum over the following names: dellgaming.com, dellvideogames.com, dellvideogaming.com, and dellconsole.com. Naturally, Dell complained that the above names violated its trademark. It also accused the registrant, Patrick McDonough, of using them in bad faith because of a number of …