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Dell EMC launches 3 new servers with AMD EPYC processors aimed at Digital India

Global technology major Dell EMC has launched three new servers designed for software-defined environments, edge and high-performance computing (HPC).
“Naples’ represents a completely new approach to supporting the massive processing requirements of the modern datacenter," said Forrest Norrod, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom business unit, AMD. (Photo/Agency)

AMD back in the server conversation with a new CPU Naples preview

American semiconductor firm AMD previews its “Naples” server processor today which is scheduled to be launched in Q2 2017
As 2017 gets underway, Vikram Mulye, Head, Enterprise Business Group, Lenovo India shares his predictions for what 2017 holds in store for the data center market in India

What holds in store for data centre market in India

As 2017 gets underway, Vikram Mulye, Head, Enterprise Business Group, Lenovo India shares his predictions for what 2017 holds in store for the datacenter market in India
B S Nagarajan, Senior Director & Chief Technologist, VMware India

Protecting datacentre is not as simple as building wall around it: VMware’s B S Nagarajan

As more datacenterS adopt the power of network virtualization and a software-defined datacenter architecture, we’ll see a broad range of traditional security solutions that leverage the unique position of the network virtualization platform in the hypervisor, writes B S Nagarajan of VMware
Mobile, and the proliferation of data have had a dramatic impact on the supporting infrastructure and operations, says Srikanth Karnakota, director – server and cloud business, Microsoft India (Photo/Microsoft India)

Cloud, mobility and virtualization have become mainstream tech for datacenter in India

Cloud, mobility and virtualization for datacenter are not any more the technology trends that enterprises seek, they have gradually become mainstream, says Srikanth Karnakota of Microsoft India
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