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Is there a white-box server in your data center’s future?


Oct 11, 2018 6:00 AM - 1+ week ago

Description: The stagnant server market has heated up over the last few years, due in no small part to the advent of ?white box? server vendors grabbing an increasing share of the cloud business.Enterprises have been reluctant to follow the lead of hyperscale data center vendors to off-brand server competitors, largely because of a lack of enterprise-grade service and maintenance options. But the economics are compelling. More data center stories: Efficient container use in data centers Data center staff are aging faster than the equipment How cloud providers' data-migration appliances stack up Why NVMe? Users weigh benefits of NVMe-accelerated flash storage ?White box? is a reference to the off-brand PCs built by independent PC vendors, which used to dot the landscape and appeal to buyers who built their own PCs with a plain beige tower and no vendor label on the box. In the server market, ?white box? refers to vendors that are not the big three: Dell EMC, HP ...

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