Virtualization and data-management companies still show potential.
By letting developers store data on its servers, Google hopes to make the geo-Web more searchable.
The thin and efficient technology could replace bulky cooling fans.
A “fast array of wimpy nodes” could replace behemoth server infrastructure.
Insiders at both companies say that it has much to do with Sun’s intellectual property.
Google’s App Engine is the latest service to reduce operating costs for Web startups.
A group at Microsoft Research attacks the problem on two fronts.
A novel nanolaser could cram more data onto a hard disk.
Nanorods and nanowires could increase memory.
A new report quantifies the electricity consumption of servers, revealing a startling trend.
New software visualization tools will help make sense out of the increasing abundance and complexity of information.
Amazon.com is selling the computing resources originally developed to handle its own business. CEO Jeff Bezos explained why, after his keynote at the Emerging Technologies Conference yesterday.
Hewlett-Packard is adapting fans from radio-controlled jets to relieve heat-stressed computer servers.
Tech companies are looking to curb their enormous appetite for electricity.
InPhase Technologies hopes to bring its novel 3-D storage product to market by next year–and revolutionize how you store your data.