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  • Blog Post: Imprisonment or Independence in the Data Center … Your Choice

    I never feel like I get enough sleep … fighting to get six to seven solid hours in every night. However, my stresses are NOTHING compared to the noise and pressure IT admins, CIOs and CTOs deal with. Just look at our industry. From what I’ve read and learned so far, it seems Cisco and HP...
  • Blog Post: Blade Server Myth #2 – Power and Cooling

    In my last post about blade servers, we focused on price, and the TCO savings blades can provide. The E- Guide on Blade Server Trends also tackles the myth that blades require too much power and cooling. Here’s a snippet from that guide: [It’s true that] early blade systems generally...
  • Blog Post: Dell Launches More Servers, New EqualLogic Arrays, New Services

    I won't cover it all here but be sure to click over to our blogging mothership, Direct2Dell , to read about Dell's Fast Track to Efficiency , the theme for Dell's announcement of a slew of new servers, a cool new EqualLogic array for small business and remote offices, and quite a few different...
  • Blog Post: Dell Powers Google Search Appliance with PowerEdge Servers

    Our friends at Google yesterday introduced its new Google Search Appliance (GSA) 6.0, which we're pleased to tell you is powered by Dell PowerEdge servers from Dell's OEM Industry Solutions Group (Dell OEM). Specifically, the new search appliances leverage Dell's PowerEdge R710 servers, part...
  • Blog Post: Blade Server Myth #1 – Cost

    One of the primary ways to simplify IT infrastructure – and save in the process – is through server consolidation . Blade technology is a good way to approach this, but many IT managers are reluctant to take the blade route. There are several myths about blades that create the impression...