Blade servers still a cut above the opposition

The backbone of most company's data centres remains the three pillars of servers, storage and networks. New announcements from hardware vendors in these areas generally introduce incremental change in technologies, rather than revolutionary new eleme

2nd October, 2010

The backbone of most company's data centres remains the three pillars of servers, storage and networks. New announcements from hardware vendors in these areas generally introduce incremental change in technologies, rather than revolutionary new elements.

The most popular server choice for companies provisioning their data centres was still the blade server, which packed greater processing power into a smaller physical space, said Chris Molloy, distinguished engineer, IBM Global Services.

“In the past decade, IBM and...

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