The changing face of storage

Over at InsideHPC, Rich pointed to an blog by Henry Newman about the changing face of SSD. I’d argue that its not just SSD, but storage in general. But Henry, as usual, nails it. Henry opines In opening up my crystal ball, I think what will happen is that the NAND suppliers themselves are going […]

OCP thoughts

I didn’t post a response to the article written a little more than a year ago claiming that OCP had “blown up the server market“. Yes, that was really in the title. I’ll ignore most of the obvious issues with this, but lets review a year later, shall we? Open hardware designs are great in […]

IBM’s sale of x86 servers and networking to Lenovo

I’d waited a while before posting on this for a number of reasons, not the least of which was I was quite busy. But also, I wanted to understand what was and was not sold. Now that some of the dust has settled, and both companies have publicly discussed this, we know pretty well what […]