Today: Intel gets serious about ARM’s data center ambitions; Seagate busts out new SSDs for enterprise environments; and Ted Turner dishes on where he’d place his bets if he got his start today.
And in a geeky way of commemorating this St. Patrick’s Day, a link to a Data Center Knowledge post on how Dublin’s free-cooling-friendly charms and IT-savvy workforce are turning the region into a cloud computing magnet.
Xeon, Atom Chips for Micro Servers on Intel’s Roadmap – Channel Insider
Intel to ARM: No data center for you!
Seagate Unveils Enterprise SSDs – InformationWeek
Company’s Pulsar.2 cranks at 6 Gbps over SAS and SATA.
Ted Turner: I’d Be An Energy Entrepreneur – GigaOM | Earth2Tech
Good Timing: Red Hat Adds Data Virtualization, Data Services Tool – IT Business Edge
Dublin Emerges as Cloud Computing Hub – Data Center Knowledge
Tips for data center efficiency – Consulting-Specific Engineer
Harris Alliance addresses cloud computing’s missing ingredient – CRN
Take a wild guess…
Hardware-assisted security kills drive to create malware – ZDNet
Exploring how the Intel-McAfee tie-up can help secure systems and dis-incentivize virus makers.
Data Centers – Key Communications Hubs in Japan – Continue Work After Quake – Seeking Alpha
Despite a disaster of unimaginable scope, data centers soldier on.
Speaking of which, consider helping out our friends in Japan with these resources from Time.