AI goes to war with
angry customers human staffers
Plus 600 call-centre bods face 'voluntary redundancies', says union
WD biz stakes claim on highest megabytes per mm cube
porn Game of Thrones, right? How about 16 eps simultaneously?
HPC blog High-performance cluster battle goes global
That seat on the board? You can have that too...
Pin your ears back and we'll tell you
Check this, it might stop them losing all the data
CTO's radical rig blasts Sandra Bullock into Spaaace
HPC blog Competition at the ISC’13 Student Cluster Challenge will be the fiercest yet.
Interview Undaunted by IBM's billion dollar investment in flash, all-flash array startup Whiptail is banking on new investor SanDisk, says Whiptail CEO Dan Crain.
Storagebod There’s a lot of discussion about what EMC's ViPR is and what it isn’t. How much of this confusion is deliberate and how much is simply the normal of fog of war which pervades the storage industry?
Hoping to crack machine-learning conundrum
Sixteen Ivy Bridge-EX sockets and 12TB in a single image
Something new to drool over every year
Blocks and Files Tape-slinger invites 3 new directors to boardroom table
Bring your own device provided it's one of these two Androids
Google I/O Compute Engine open for all
How to avoid vendor lock-in
Tries to prove to $30m backer that the biz can make money
Interview Cannibalising your own lines? Not for us
HPC blog Stop Möckern my big iron
Storagebod It's automation, but not as we know it, Jim
Open Compute makers could do for Opterons what tier ones didn't
IBM is opening a Power Systems Linux Center in Beijing, China, in the hopes of getting more local ISVs interested in its Power Systems iron and luring them away from x86-based systems. With the Power Systems business taking it on the chin in IBM's first quarter – revenues fell 32 per cent compared to a year ago – you can bet that Big Blue is trying to light a fire under its Linux-on-Power efforts.
Rackspace Hosting has spent the past six months putting together a set of officially sanctioned software development kits and runtime environments for popular programming languages to run on its eponymous infrastructure cloud, and now it is ready to offer tech support for those SDKs when companies deploy applications on the Rackspace Cloud.
Storage, virtualisation, info and cloud giant EMC is set to widen its attack on server flash card leader Fusion-io by releasing a low-cost flash card for hyper-scale data centres.
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