The Ultimate Guide to Servers
Servers are the larger, more powerful computers typically found in data centres, though the term ‘server’ more correctly refers to the software program called upon by a client (usually a software program on another computer) to perform some sort of action or task. These software programmes are typically housed on these specialised computers, though they can be housed on any type of computer. Modern servers can be of various types including specifically-designed hardware (such as mainframes) featuring proprietary or specialised processors and other componentry, or can be housed in blade servers made from modular ‘blades’ manufactured from commodity hardware components.
A dedicated APAC server, Albion East, for Albion Online...
Microsoft partners with Lumify for new Academy program
Dell Technologies expands server portfolio with 13 new ...
Thu, 19th Jan 2023
About Channel partners
Delinea introduces new privileged access controls on se...
Fri, 2nd Dec 2022
Lenovo extends performance and efficiency with new rele...
Thu, 17th Nov 2022
Lenovo launches servers powered by 4th Gen AMD processo...
Thu, 17th Nov 2022
Dell Technologies greatly expands its HPC portfolio
Tue, 15th Nov 2022
Dell announces next generation Dell PowerEdge servers
Fri, 11th Nov 2022
ASUS Servers announce AI developments at NVIDIA GTC
Fri, 23rd Sep 2022
IBM LinuxONE servers help clients reach sustainability ...
Thu, 15th Sep 2022
Even more news
Delinea adds support and integration capabilities to Se...
Tue, 13th Sep 2022
New Zealand cloud provider challenges Google's claims o...
Fri, 12th Aug 2022
IBM expands Power10 server line for business modernisat...
Wed, 10th Aug 2022
Minors using Discord servers to spread malware for cash
Wed, 20th Jul 2022
Delinea unveils new Secret Server features and improvem...
Fri, 10th Jun 2022
You can read other related guides from Cloud, Colocation, Marketing Technologies, Big Data, and Business Intelligence.