After Intel CEO Paul Otellini bragged that Intel's Xeon chip was the most energy-efficient processor Neal Nelson compared it to AMD's offering and found that Intel wasn't being exactly truthful.
Stories by Chris Mellor
Western Digital has announced new hard drives using up to 40 percent less power than competing drives.
Fujitsu Siemens Computers continues to bang the green IT drum after unveiling a number of green IT initiatives and predictions at its VisitIT forum in Berlin.
D-link has announced Ethernet desktop switches that, it claims, use up to 44 percent less power than existing 5-port switches. It said it was the first company to bring such green Ethernet switches to the market.
Texas Memory Systems (TMS) has responded to cheaper flash-memory-based solid state drive competition for its DRAM-based RamSan by introducing its own flash product. But it has also added a DRAM cache to make it perform faster.
Now you can have a virtualised and thinly-provisioned storage area network (SAN) in a total virtual server and hardware-independent environment, as DataCore has released its SANmelody and SANsymphony products as virtual machines.
HP has recycled half a billion pounds of e-waste in three years and plans to recycle another billion by the end of 2010 -- but is the figure just be a measure of the size of HP's ink cartridge mountain?
IBM's storage virtualising SAN Volume Controller performs faster than any competing product, according to benchmarks -- and it's greener, because it uses less energy.
Sun is aiming to wrest the world supercomputing crown from IBM's Blue Gene courtesy of a US$59 million contract from the University of Texas for its Constellation design.
BlueArc's latest and largest Titan 2500 NAS/iSCSI product now has 10 gigabit Ethernet support, signalling the arrival of serious Ethernet competition to Fibre Channel.
In a sign of the growing importance of IP networked storage the SNIA has elected new leaders to an IP Storage Forum and outlined an activity program.
Fujitsu Siemens has gone all Pumpkin Patch with the launch of "My very first SAN" -- a complete storage area network aimed at small enterprises.
Siemens is in trouble following investigations into bribery, embezzlement and tax evasion.
2Degrees Frost claims to have made the cheapest storage area network (SAN) in the world available for Mac OS X users.
The investigation into fraud at Siemens now involves as much as €200 million (US$258 million), ten times the liability previously admitted.