Today's users expect response times to be faster than ever. They want their applications to respond instantly, but in order to do that, applications require more compute cores, more memory, storage, and faster server processors.
With significant advantages over DDR3, DDR4 SDRAM has emerged as the near-perfect solution to fill the needs of the current and future hardware and software architectures yet its adoption hasn’t been as widespread as it should have been.
Looking back, it’s interesting to see how the storage technology over the past several decades has evolved and adapted to complex computing needs. Learn more about the evolution of storage in the data center.
With data storage requirements increasing exponentially over time, data storage solutions can be a headache to arrange. The building block approach of Cephalino scalable storage on-demand is a solution that allows you to grow your storage capacity.
AMC Optics, an industry leading manufacturer of 100% compatible optical transceivers and peripherals, have been supplying the highest quality optical products to companies looking for cost-effective solutions without compromising quality...
Known for its sustained reliability, durability, and blazing transactional performance, solid state drives are frequently being integrated into enterprise data management strategies.
Micron, one of the world's leading NAND flash memory producers, has recently lined up their latest enterprise SATA SSD, the 5100-series, packed with 3D TLC NAND.
The data center landscape is always changing. With accelerated business demands for more storage and compute resources, manufacturers and customers alike must remain agile in the face of innovation. WPG Americas can assist you with your data center...
Increased adoption of high-performance computing (HPC), virtualization, and cloud computing technologies is making ultra-fast, high-density memory a crucial factor for today's server operations. Highly virtualized environments, running multiple...
The Big Data market is growing at an alarming rate. Because of this, the ways we store that data also need to change, but storing the data is only the first step. Accessing the data is also critically important..