Please see Supermicro’s fantastic new video, showing the difference their ultra-low power, energy-efficient servers can make to our world – as well as to your pocket. From 95%+ Platinum Level Digital Switching Power, to optimised cooling technology, their solutions can offer the best performance-per-watt and save you $£$£$£ per node per year in energy! So check out the video below and learn how Supermicro is … Continue reading Supermicro Green Computing
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Overview of Unitrends Enterprise Backup core features and deployment process. Continue reading Welcome to Unitrends Enterprise Backup
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Sentral a UK-based Unitrends reseller, are pleased to offer the Unitrends Enterprise Backup™ software-only solution which is available as a virtual appliance for Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere that goes beyond virtualization. No longer do you have to learn and manage two or more separate products to protect your virtual and physical infrastructure and extend that data protection to the cloud. Sounds good right, but…What’s … Continue reading Unitrends Enterprise Backup™ – Features
IPMI stands for Intelligent Platform Management Interface – The technology isn’t particularly new and has actually been available since the late nineties when it was originally launched. Initially led by Intel it has since been adopted by more than two hundred computer systems vendors including Supermicro. IPMI operates on a separate hardware subsystem that is directly attached to the motherboard or server; it can be either … Continue reading Supermicro IPMI – what is it?