Data centre hardware

  • December 06, 2005 06 Dec'05

    Brown cites money saving IT projects

    Chancellor Gordon Brown has highlighted some of the government IT projects that he says have helped Whitehall beat procurement savings targets.

  • December 06, 2005 06 Dec'05

    Intel to invest £1bn in India

    Intel will invest over $1bn (£600m) in India over the next five years to boost its research and development facility in Bangalore and expand its venture capital fund.

  • December 06, 2005 06 Dec'05

    Sun launches new server line

    Sun Microsystems is launching its new UltraSparc T1-based servers this week.

  • December 06, 2005 06 Dec'05

    HP braces itself for Greenpeace protest

    Hewlett-Packard is bracing itself for an international Greenpeace protest at its California headquarters today (6 December), as it comes under increasing pressure from environmental campaigners over its use of toxic chemicals in the production of ...

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Server sales on the rise

    Gartner figures show that users worldwide are investing in both 32-bit and 64-bit servers, with purchases rising sharply between the third quarters of 2004 and 2005.

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Applications shortfall dampens Linux users' enthusiasm for desktop products

    Linux users are frustrated by the lack of functionality of open source desktop products, according to a major survey by the Open Source Development Lab.

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Holography to enable terabyte disc capacity

    Within a year, storage technology could be revolutionised by the availability of holographic storage, which will eventually allow terabytes of data to be stored on an individual disc, a supplier has claimed.

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Lecture to examine disabled/IT relationship

    The paradoxical relationship between IT development and accessibility for the disabled will be the topic of next January's Turing Lecture

  • December 05, 2005 05 Dec'05

    Home Office stays mum on ID risk

    The Home Office has rejected Computer Weekly's application under the Freedom of Information Act to publish the risks relating to the ID cards scheme, or the "traffic light" results of three Gateway reviews by the Office of Government Commerce.

  • December 02, 2005 02 Dec'05

    Computacenter customers face uncertainty as founders seek buy-out

    Customers of Computacenter, one of the UK's largest IT equipment and service providers, face a period of uncertainty as the company's founders look intent on buying out the company and taking it private.