Can Project Odyssey’s DragonHawk be all things to all datacenter operators?
The trio suggests their 400-Gbit/s work could double the transmission distance of 100-Gbit components.
The laptop-like battery backup doesn’t mean you can take your server with you on an airplane: It’s all about power-switching costs.
Four Japanese companies, led by NEC, are developing a modular server that uses warmer inlet air to save power.
Hewlett-Packard and NEC will use Intel’s Itanium 9500, even as Intel’s Xeon chip retains the lion’s share of industry attention.