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OnApp Launches Three Pre-tested Ready-to-run Cloud Packages for Service Providers in Partnership with Dell

Cloud services provider OnApp today announced it’s partnership with Dell for creating three pre-tested cloud packages. The said cloud packages are aimed at  providing   web hosting companies , telecommunications companies and MSPs with a swift and streamlined process of  cloud services creation and their delivery to market. Out of three packages , two are for small and one for  large cloud deployments, thus providing, as OnApp terms it “cloud business in a box,’ which eliminates the complex process of building the cloud infrastructure from scratch and helps organizations start with the business of selling cloud services. The two smaller packages are based on Dell EqualLogic storage and  OnApp Storage (Details Below). Package for larger cloud deployments is  based on Dell Compel...

Data Center Power Analysis: Fujitsu’s Solution

DAILYHOSTNEWS, October 15, 2011 – It might not escape unnoticed that power consumption is a big challenge when it involves running a data center. Not only does the amount of power a facility consumes affect costs, it can also determine how well a data center runs. This week, an IT company Fujistu has announced that it has invented a new way of testing power consumption. The technology is based on thermal flows and the company asserts the solution can determine such “at calculation speeds over 1,000 times faster than was previously possible.” So really what is the trick? According to the company, the technology acts a simulator, determining what amount of power a data center may consume based on thermal flows. It takes into account such factors as ICT hardware, power supplies, and air condi...

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