Vmware
curtain

Pure Storage takes wraps off FlashStack CI

Vendor trio advances converged infrastructure with new solution stack

data-numbers-analysis-man

NetApp and VMware launch combined software-defined data center solution

New offering brings enterprise-scale converged system to branch offices

double-edged-sword

AWS price slash 'basic part' of model

Giant seeking channel growth

Two men shake hands

Public offering: Ingram Micro and VMWare release new partner program

Public sector partners to benefit at no cost

leginplaster

EMC Hurt by VMware Booking Delays in Q3

Share prices slide after bookings in EMEA regions down year-on-year at virtualization unit

rope-knot

EMC, Cisco Untangle VCE Joint Venture

Cisco is reducing its stake in VCE, leaving it mostly in the hands of its increasingly competitive partner, EMC.

High five

VMware and CSC team up on OpenStack

CSC and VMware announce extension to their partnership at VMworld Europe 2014

joined-up

Join us, VMWare CEO tells conference

6500 partners hear product updates and enhancements at VMWorld Europe

email-love

Dell 'all over' SDN, CEO tells conference

Michael Dell tells delegates of his firm's love for SDN and end-to-end offerings

divorce-pa

The velvet divorce? Options and disruptions to come from HP split

News that Hewlett-Packard is breaking into two companies continues to reverberate through the channel. While the ultimate impact on HP partners and customers remains unclear, the new entities will have plenty of options for plying their futures

In-depth
Handshake in London

Microsoft Big Data acquisition shows willingness to embrace open platforms

The software giant embraces yet another open-source tool in R and stakes its claim in the analytics arena

head-in-hands

U.S. patent system 'broken'

Patent 'trolls' wreaking havoc for technology in the U.S.

tom-fedro-paragon

Vendor Q&A Series: Tom Fedro, Paragon

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Paragon Software Group's president

Windows logo

Windows-10-as-a-service? You'd better believe it

Is the channel set to miss out on revenue as a result of Microsoft's decision to deliver Windows 10 as a service?