Visit our other websites:    Consumer IT    On CE    Mobile Channels    ECI news    rAVe Europe    Digital Signage News    

 

eSP - IT Solution Providers in Europe

  • Full Screen
  • Wide Screen
  • Narrow Screen
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Networking Hardware

Gigabye Intros Intel Xeon Scalable Rack Servers

E-mail Print PDF
Gigabye Intros Intel Xeon Scalable Rack Servers

Gigabyte follows the launch of the Intel Xeon Scalable with a range of rack servers based around the platform, as well as a pair of Intel Xeon Scalable server motherboards.

Designed for enterprise and cloud applications, the servers also offer extensibility for advanced future HPC applications. The range features 8 servers in total, all taking advantage of the increased memory capacity, increased memory bandwidth and innovative storage (Optane) and networking (Omnipath interconnect fabric) the platform provides.

Read more...

AVProConnect Claims 18Gbps 4x4 Matrix Switch for 4K

E-mail Print PDF
AVProConnect Claims 18Gbps 4x4 Matrix Switch for 4K

The AVProConnect AC-MX44-AUHD is an 18Gbps 4K60 4:4:4 4x4 matrix switch featuring Toslink audio output support up to Dolby 7.1, DTS and LPCM, as well as on-board audio delay control for TV video lip-syncing.

The switch claims to equalise and amplify the output to ensure the HDMI signal can be transmitted through long HDMI signals without quality loss. Meanwhile built-in 1080p to 4K and 4K to 1080p scaling on each output allows for EDID management. Fully matrix-able audio allows one to move the audio signal independently from the video signal at any of the de-embedded audio outputs.

Read more...

Luxul Ships Epic 5 Router

E-mail Print PDF
Luxul Ships Epic 5 Router

Luxul announces the availability of the Epic 5-- a high-performance gigabit router aimed at custom installers, with superior WAN-to-LAN performance and advanced capabilities beyond the traditional router.

Epic routers come in two basic configurations, the Epic 4 series and the Epic 5 series. While Epic 4 routers offer 600+ Mbps WAN to LAN performance, the Epic 5 supports gigabit WAN to LAN (900+ Mbps) speeds, making them ideal for customers with access to gigabit service or future-proofing for when local ISPs start offering gigabit service.

In addition, the Epic 5 features dual-WAN capability with load-balancing and failover control, advanced security and remote access features, and a console port for local configuration. Also included is a platform optimising the user experience in smart homes, workplaces, retail establishments and more, as delivered through Luxul and 3rd party applications running on the Epic platform.

Read more...

Lenovo Aims ThinkSystem Products at Datacentre

E-mail Print PDF
Lenovo Aims ThinkSystem Products at Datacentre

Lenovo presents its largest datacentre product portfolio yet at Tech World Transform 2017-- one replete with servers, switches, SAN arrays and converged systems, in a showing the company is serious about enterprise.

The product launch represents the first major refresh of Lenovo enterprise product lines since the company acquired the IBM x86 server business back in 2014. It is also the first product launch for the Lenovo Data Center Group, following its creation back in April.

New Lenovo servers include the ThinkSystem SR950, designed for mission-critical workloads such as in-memory databases, large transactional databases, real-time analytics, ERP and CRM systems, and virtualised server workloads. It comes in a 4U form factor, and is scalable from 2 to 8 processors.

Read more...

Cisco Presents Intent-Based Networking

E-mail Print PDF
Cisco Presents Intent-Based Networking

Cisco announces what it claims is one of the "most significant breakthroughs in enterprise networking"-- intent-based networking, a system able to anticipate actions, stop threats and, ultimately, "evolve and learn."

The principle behind intent-based networking is similar to self-driving vehicles. Whereas a traditional network requires an administrator managing of multiple tasks, an intent-based network can determine how to do a task, before automating specific tasks to make it happen.

Such a system involves a shift from hardware-centric to software-driven networking, making an intelligent, secure platform "powered by intent and informed by context." Behind the intuitive network is Digital Network Architecture (DNA), a suite of technologies and services running as a single system.

Read more...

Page 2 of 64