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2013-02-22 Marvell SoC to power Baidu storage server
Baidu has selected Marvell's 32bit, ARM-based Armada XP SoC to power a custom storage server.
2014-08-13 Search engine Bing turns to FPGAs for help
Microsoft started out focusing on Bing which needed help because it was not fast enough. FPGAs are not a natural fit for cost-sensitive data centres, but it turns out they make sense.
2012-12-04 A*STAR embeds speaker verification tech in Lenovo smartphone
A*STAR and Baidu develop technology that unlocks smartphones with user's voice.
2015-10-12 Q'comm enters server market with Xilinx, Mellanox deal
The move by the company is deemed important given its big data centre customers are exploring FPGAs as co-processors and carriers are adopting novel communication architectures such as NFV.
2015-02-18 Pattern recognition carves smooth road for Big Data
Start-up NeuroMem seeks to enable efficient pattern recognition by bringing massively parallel, low-power, real-time, cost-effective computing architecture with a built-in capability to learn on the fly.
2011-11-02 Open source data center edges its way to completion
Facebook has outed hardware specs to define standards for server components, systems and data centers for the largest users.
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest.
2014-05-02 Lenovo marches off into wearables with chip design group
Lenovo has established a small chip design team in its effort to build up core skills and implement them in silicon subsequently, according to CTO Peter Hortensius. The computer giant will invest less than two per cent of its revenues in R&D, and has a line-up of planned acquisitions.
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
2011-11-30 HP's McKinney discusses WebOS, innovation
When Leo Apotheker announced HP's plan of killing its WebOS business, HP exec Phil McKinney started re-thinking his future and decided to retire from the company he served for nine years.
2007-10-02 High-tech VC fund formed for Russia, CIS
A VC fund has been formed by a partnership between Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Russian commercial banking group VTB to focus on high-technology companies in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
2015-12-11 Facebook sets up open-source system for machine learning
Big Sur packs eight Nvidia Tesla M40 graphics accelerators, each drawing up to 300W, and is the first system to use the high-end cards targeted at training deep neural networks.
2014-05-02 Ethernet switches find greener pastures in data centres
Mega data centres will capture majority of the overall market share for Ethernet switches in 2018, jumping to over $14 billion from this year's $10 billion, according to Dell'Oro Group's Alan Weckel. This signals the transition to a fully horizontal market with OS, ICs, and systems all coming from separate companies.
2015-06-19 Computex turns to IoT, wearables extravaganza
Consolidations in Taiwan are expected to build stronger, more capable companies, enabling the country to pivot and focus future developments onto higher value product features such as wearables and IoT.
2013-03-26 Chinese gov't supports standard, Ubuntu-based OS
China has chosen open source Ubuntu as the basis for standardised operating systems across the country.
2015-05-21 China start-up to drive smartwatch market
Reportedly, a number of smartwatch fence-sitters and traditional watchmakers harbour high hopes for 3Wearable. They will be using its technology to dabble in the nascent smartwatch market.
2015-09-03 China start-up makes noise with ARM-based server SoCs
Phytium Technology recently disclosed details at the annual Hot Chips event of its Mars design, which claims to be one of the most aggressive ARM-based server SoCs to date.
2011-01-03 China electronics forecast 2011
China electronics sector watcher RedTech identifies 15 trends shaping the electronics market in China the coming year.
2015-05-11 Can mobile operators keep up with rising traffic demands?
The appetite for bigger screens and ever-higher resolutions is gobbling up even more data with each new smartphone generation. Can mobile operators provide the higher bandwidth required for each new generation of displays?
2013-12-23 Calxeda to discontinue ARM server prod'n
As one of the companies to deliver ARM-based servers, Calxeda said it could not hold on until the emerging market becomes large enough to sustain it.
2016-04-22 AMD closes $293 million deal for x86 architecture
The $293 million deal with the Chinese firm gives AMD a needed infusion of cash and a partner in China, the world's second largest and fastest growing server market.
2015-02-10 Alibaba, Meizu team up against Android
This is e-commerce giant Alibaba's first direct investment in a smartphone vendor. Its motive is believed to be similar to Amazon's entry in the smartphone market last summer with its Firephone.
2014-03-25 A*STAR I2R launches programme for ICT collaborations
REACH@I2R encourages companies to adopt long-term collaborations with A*STAR I2R for co-developing new research and technologies that will create significant impact to the ecosystem of Singapore's ICT industry.
2015-07-21 5 trends in the shifting mobile market
While cloud storage is increasing, so is the demand for higher capacity and higher performing local storage in the smartphones, tablets and personal connected devices we depend on most.
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