Aligns with AWS instances, and offers the same or lower prices
Microsoft waives data egress rates for researchers
Amazon cuts DynamoDB costs, and Google follows suit
Server-level SSD gets endurance, capacity upgrade
Pay us, pay the other guy, we're not fussed
Slow and steady really does win the race
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 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?
HPC blog High-performance cluster battle goes global
That seat on the board? You can have that too...
Cloudy beancounter Newvem: 'We're not trying to do 50 clouds ... half-way'
Let's all play find the secret hardware register
300 R&D bods out the door in proposed cull of 1,300, say insiders
Blocks and Files Big boys look wide open with eyes wide shut
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
Cripple plus walking wounded equals able-bodied entity
Nagoya University is the latest academic institute in Japan to take a slice of the K supercomputer design - and put it on its campus to run applications on a monstrous 10.51 petaflops box. In theory.
Privately-owned Atlantis Computing has just raised $20m to flog its Atlantis ILIO desktop virtualisation software around the world.
Flash array startup Skyera, which counts Western Digital among its investors, has recruited a WD flash product exec as its new chief architect.