Tag Archive for data centre

VMware rolls security into core with vSphere Platinum

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger at VMworld 2018

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger declares security broken, and says the company’s new approach is to reduce the threat surface by intelligently locking down the behaviour of the virtual and cloud infrastructure it manages.LAS VEGAS — Pat Gelsinger does not have a lot nice to say about the state of security. In his VMworld 2018 keynote…

Dell EMC builds PowerEdge bridge to next-gen workloads with modular PowerEdge MX architecture

Dell EMC will launch their new modular PowerEdge MX platform September 12, promising to remake data centre architecture with technology that will support both traditional and next-gen applications within a composable computing framework that pays much more attention to memory than earlier iterations of that technology.

Check Point adds threat prevention to mobile security, and intros new high-end gateway to prevent today’s threats

SandBlast Mobile 3.0 extends the parameters of smartphone protection by adding the ability to prevent threats as well as detect them, while the new 23900 security gateway adds a new very high end data centre appliance for Check Point customers who don’t need the scalability of a chassis.

Western Digital looks to remake both its own image – and the data centre of the future

Western Digital is looking to drive massive change on two fronts. They are emphasizing their strong enterprise data centres today, and that the company is about far more than low-cost JBODs and consumer drives. They are also emphasizing their ability to play a key role in driving the technology of he data centre of the future.

NetApp adapting storage and software business unit to Cloud First requirements

All-flash led NetApp’s climb back from the brink to profitability, and all-flash remains one of NetApp’s strategic priorities this year. However, while Joel Reich’s business unit delivers most NetApp revenue, its development priorities have transitioned to the new Cloud First approach

Extreme Networks launches new machine learning-powered Smart OmniEdge solution

Extreme Networks believes that the addition of AI and simplicity to the edge, the unification of campus and distributed architectures, and the choice that customers now have between an appliance and as-a-service, will make it easier for partners to have conversations with customers about business problems rather than networking challenges.