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eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: In the supercomputing world, IBM has learned that it’s wiser to look forward and plan for future opportunities than it is to waste time dwelling on minor setbacks.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Take a closer look at Lenovo’s latest data center solutions and how they make the most out of AMD’s new EPYC silicon.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: To move ahead with DT initiatives and achieve positive outcomes, enterprises are looking for platform-automation capability that allows them to optimize end-to-end operations.
eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: The two largest cloud computing vendors are similar in many ways, yet there are clear differentiators that make a difference to most potential customers. Find out which characteristics work--or don't work--for your company.
PRODUCT RESOURCE PAGE: Over the years the average performance for AMD's data center chips has improved around 15% per year. This new generation blows the curve out; instead of 15% year-over-year improvement, it is closer to 100%.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Kemp offers relief to the pains of multi-cloud environments with innovative application delivery control and load balancing tools that keep administrators in the know.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM’s decision to operate Red Hat as a distinct business unit managed by the company’s current executive team is a wise move that should assure clients and partners that IBM’s and Red Hat’s dedication to customers’ freedom, choice and flexibility remains intact.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Composable fabric, new cloud storage options and services open doors for updating legacy data center equipment.
New-gen data storage, whether on premises or in the cloud, is all about systems providing the correct information for employees on demand while at the same time maintaining data privacy for users at all levels. These requirements are the same for any size enterprise.
NEWS ANALYSIS: On paper, HPE’s purchase of Cray for about $1.3 billion makes eminent strategic sense. But it remains to be seen as to whether the merger works the way it was drawn up.