Cloudera adds support for Apache Flink. Supermicro Systems now certified with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Plugable launches 512GB Thunderbolt 3 NVMe drive.
For the most computationally intense applications there is no substitute for a big, bad workstation, and the Supermicro 5049A-T, on paper at least, is a monster. Let's see how it measures up
Supermicro has announced immediate availability of multiple servers, including 1U/2U Ultra, BigTwin, 2U TwinPro, FatTwin, and 4-way and 8-way MP servers.
With the recent advances in compute and storage technologies, 2020 could very well be a year where old problems in the datacenter will be looked at with a fresh perspective and recent problems tackled with renewed vigor
After reflecting on the accuracy of my predictions of 2019, it’s time to wade into the unknown of 2020 and unveil the eggnog-inspired divinations that came to me over the holiday season. Read on to see my predictions on edge, IoT, 5G, and other tech inspired geekery.
vScaler® extends its cloud capability with international deployments on Supermicro® x86 architecture
Built on well-established Supermicro x86 hardware and using non-proprietary open-source software, vScaler’s unique private cloud solution enhances digital transformation and improves business operational efficiency.
After late financial filings got Super Micro Computer, Inc. de-listed from the Nasdaq stock exchange last year, the San Jose data storage and networking company said this week that it’s back up to date and hopes to be re-listed in the coming weeks.
A recent survey by Supermicro surveyed more than 5,000 IT professionals for its Data Centers and the Environment Report to help IT leaders to lessen their long-term impact on the environment. Those surveyed said that that the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and ROI are their primary measures of success.