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Networking Hardware

tvONE Ships ONErack

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tvONE Ships ONErack

The ONErack is a universal, powered mounting system designed to simplify rack specifying and installation of small devices of any size and form.

As the company puts it, the ONErack converts randomly sized, externally powered devices from all vendors into easy installable slide-in modules. The rack has both front and rear access, provides uniform cable management and allows for high density mounting with 3 different chassis sizes, 7 different voltages and cooling.

The ONErack chassis is available in 4RU, 5RU and 6RU, and holds up to 16 mounting modules. Each module holds a product up to half rack size and up to 2 voltage selectors, with selectable power at 5V, 7.5V, 9V, 12V, 13.5V, 18V and 24V up to 35W. Custom power sources are also handled via pass thru.

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Araknis Intros OvrC-Enabled Switches

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Araknis Intros OvrC-Enabled Switches

Araknis Networks announces a lineup of OvrC-enabled network switches-- the 110, 210 and 310 series, updates on the previous 100,200 and 300 network switch series.

“Since we launched our first Araknis products back in 2013, we have improved our quality processes and practices, and felt the switch line needed a refresh,” the company says. “We’ve put a lot of thought and innovation into this new family.”

The 110 series incorporates Unmanaged+ to combine the reliability of an unmanaged product with OvrC capability, allowing installers to see through to connected devices. The series also features a compact 5-port model designed to fit into small spaces.

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Junper Cloud Aids Branch Office Networks

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Junper Cloud Aids Branch Office Networks

Juniper Networks presents a means to ease the networking woes of branch offices-- Cloud-Enabled Branch, an on-demand means to create and deliver branch office networking services.

Part of the Unite enterprise cloud architecture, Cloud-Enabled Branch handles the deployment of real-time services and applications such as SD-WAN across branch locations, all while incorporating network automation, zero touch provisioning, security capabilities and an open platform.

One can offer Cloud-Enabled Branch through either datacentre or locally on the Juniper Networks NFX250 network services platform and SRX300 services gateway. Juniper adds the NFX250 can handle multiple network services other than SD-WAN, and also includes advanced security in the shape of Sky Advanced Threat Prevention.

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HPE Presents Software-Defined HPC Platform

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HPE Presents Software-Defined HPC Platform

HP Enterprise (HPE) announces a number of high-performance computing (HPC) solutions-- including a software-defined HPC platform and Apollo server enhancements.

The HPC platform combines the HPE Core HPC Software Stack with Insight Cluster Management Utility v8.0. The result, according to HPE, is a flexible yet comprehensive software-defined platform for HPC able to speed up server cluster configuration, deployment and management.

Further leveraging on the platform is are enhancements on the Apollo 6000 system-- specifically ProLiant XL260a server trays based on next generation Intel Xeon Phi processors and Intel Omni-Path Architecture (OPA). Apollo 2000 systems and ProLiant DL server platforms also get OPA fabric options, while both Apollo 6000 and 2000 systems get next-generation Mellanox EDR 1000Gb/s Infiniand networking.

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Gartner: Hyperconverged Integrated Systems to Become Mainstream

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Gartner: Hyperconverged Integrated Systems to Become Mainstream

According to Gartner the market for hyperconverged integrated systems (HCIS) will grow by 79% to reach $2 billion in 2016-- growth propelling such systems towards mainstream use by 2019.

The analyst defines HCIS as "a platform offering shared compute and storage resources, based on software-defined storage, software-defined compute, commodity hardware and a unified management interface. Hyperconverged systems deliver their main value through software tools, commoditising the underlying hardware."

HCIS will be the fastest-growing segment of the overall integrated systems market, one forecast to reach around $5bn (or 24% of the market) within the next 5 years. In addition other market segments are set to face cannibalisation from hyperconverged systems.

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