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The Register flicks switch on Data Centre channel

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Our sharper-eyed readers - the sort that care about storage, servers, HPC and the like - will have noticed The Register has launched a Data Centre section.

This pulls our enterprise systems coverage together in one place, while our PC, mobile and client news continues under the Hardware banner. You can find links to these channels in the navigation bar under our red masthead.

So you’ll find it easier to find Timothy Prickett Morgan’s deep-diving server coverage, Chris Mellor’s adventures at the far reaches of storage, or Trevor Pott’s despatches from the virtual data centre frontier. All without the clutter of those pesky client machines.

Over time we’ll be running even more enterprise hardware coverage, and we want you to be part of it.

Whether it’s your comments on our stories, questioning pundits and vendors, or your first-person accounts highlighting the real problems of today’s data centres, we want to hear from you. ®

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