- Aug 17, 2014
In recent years, Microsoft has not only opened new datacenters in various regions across the globe, but has also aimed to further and enhance the datacenter management experience through the release of tools such as the System Center 2022.
Today, in a bid to showcase its commitment towards innovative, modern datacenters, the tech giant has acquired Fungible - a California-based firm that specializes in the development of various forms of hardware and software that are meant to improve the efficiency of datacenters.
In a press release, the team at Fungible expressed hope in association with the move, noting:
"We are proud to be part of a company that shares Fungible's vision and will leverage the Fungible DPU and software to enhance its storage and networking offerings. We would like to thank our loyal employees for their dedication and hard work over these last seven years and our customers, partners, and investors for their belief and support in our technology."
Microsoft acquires Fungible in push for datacenter innovation
With this latest move in the datacenter innovation spectrum, the Redmond-based firm has cemented its commitment towards investing in modern datacenter infrastructure for the long term.