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2013-02-08 Mobile, cloud computing boost micro server market
Shipments of micro servers began in 2011 with just 19,000 units while shipments this year are forecast to reach 291,000 units, up 230 per cent from 88,000 units in 2012, said IHS.
2011-11-17 Mobile patent punch-up survival guide
Experts believe that the disputes come at a time when priorities are shifting from circuits to systems in electronics patents, as products evolve to embrace systems of systems.
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents.
2012-11-09 Merritt: Are systems engineers a vanishing breed?
EE Times' Rick Merritt tackles the lack of young systems engineers at Hewett-Packard and the lack of youth in other OEMs.
2012-04-13 Maximizing 10GBase-T connectivity in data centers (Part 2)
Learn how a new generation of 10GBase-T technology is being deployed, and how it revolutionizes the data center.
2012-08-30 Low demand dampens server market revenue
According to IDC, factory revenue in the worldwide server market decreased 4.8 percent YoY to $12.6 billion in 2Q12.
2008-11-14 LG, Sharp, Chunghwa to pay $585M for LCD price-fixing
The U.S. Department of Justice announced that LG Display, Sharp and Chunghwa have pleaded guilty and will pay a total of $585 million in criminal fines for their roles in conspiracies to fix LCD panel prices.
2007-03-27 It's a four-way battle for the backplane
Competing silicon vendors are gearing up chips to put Ethernet, Infiniband, PCIe and RapidIO in pole position for next-generation servers and communications systems that link multiple processing cards over a backplane.
2007-01-11 Intel, Samsung back DisplayPort
Intel and Samsung officially put their weight behind the Displayport 1.1 specification at a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show.
2005-09-28 Intel, Microsoft back HD DVD format
The Toshiba-backed HD DVD technology got a huge boost when Intel and Microsoft announced they are backing the next-generation DVD technology over Sony's Blu-ray disk technology.
2015-03-17 Intel warns decline in PC market revenue
In a revenue forecast issued last week, Intel announced a change in outlook due to a weak demand for business desktop PCs and low inventory levels across the supply chain. Fitch Ratings and IDC agree.
2015-11-18 Intel shifts from HPCs to scalable system framework
With SSF, Intel aims to scale the future of supercomputing with every level of computing, to create an ecosystem of hardware and software suppliers that can serve all systems.
2015-01-30 Intel processor touts 60GHz wireless docking technology
Fifth generation vPro processors are cutting the last cords to the computers using them. Plus the computers using them will boost performance by 2-1/2 times and have three times battery life.
2008-05-09 Intel paid PC makers to shun rival chips, AMD says
Advanced Micro Devices has expanded the allegations in its antitrust suit against rival Intel, saying the chip giant paid PC makers not to do business with AMD.
2011-06-23 Intel MIC to pave way for next-gen supercomputers
As Intel outlines its vision for this decade, they see the role of their Intel Many Integrated Core (Intel MIC) as a critical component of the company's exascale computing solutions.
2008-09-10 Intel launches 'green' Xeon processors
Moving a step closer to fulfill the environmental footprint of its products, Intel Corp. has released four halogen-free 45nm Xeon processors and said all previous versions of the Xeon 5200 and 5400 series are now halogen-free.
2006-05-25 Intel eyes assembly, testing facility in India
Intel is negotiating with India about setting up an assembly and test facility according to its president and CEO, Paul Otellini.
2007-01-04 Intel backs Israel graphics processing startup
Lucid Information Technology has raised a $12 million round of funding from Intel Capital, Giza Venture Capital and Genesis Partners.
2003-01-23 Infiniband receives push for embedded apps
A trio of companies has launched an effort to make Infiniband the preeminent interconnect fabric of embedded systems.
2006-05-16 Industry trailblazer casts eye on China
As a graduate in chemical engineering in 1960, Wilf Corrigan had three job offersone in a gunpowder factory in Australia, another in Germany and the third from Transitron in Boston. The latter job paid twice as much as the other two, so the Liverpudlian packed for New England to embark on what would be a trailblazing career in the semiconductor industry.
2007-07-27 Indian electronics boom skips local players
While growing affluence in India is driving demand for electronic products, not many Indian manufacturers are poised to be strong players in any of the product segments.
2008-06-20 IBM, Intel climb up Top 500 'most powerful' list
IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. share bragging rights in the latest release of the world's most powerful computers as Big Blue broke the petaflops barrier with its Roadrunner system while Intel snagged its biggest share of sockets ever in the Top 500 list.
2008-05-06 IBM, Google join hands on 'cloud computing'
IBM and Google are ramping up efforts to jointly dominate what they believe will be the dominant software delivery model in the 21st centurythe so-called cloud computing.
2014-06-27 IBM fab sale: Retracing its x86 steps
IBM's focus on servers for businesses prevented it from seeing and responding to what one former employee calls "the biggest server buying spree in a decade."
2008-03-05 IBM adopts clustered modular storage architecture
Software-managed clusters of inexpensive servers and storage devices will comprise IBM's next-generation storage architecture, according to Andrew Monshaw, general manager of system storage for IBM.
2005-12-20 HP gets cold feet, endorses HD-DVD
Embroiled in industry politics over next-generation high-definition optical disk formats, Hewlett Packard Co. last week (Dec. 16) reversed course by officially joining the competing HD-DVD group while maintaining its ties with the Blu-ray Disc camp.
2014-10-07 HP announces split, adds 5,000 layoffs
As part of its cost management, HP increased by 5,000 the number of people it plans to lay off, bringing the total to as much as 57,000. HP, however, said the additional layoffs are not connected to its decision to split into two smaller companies.
2011-05-03 High-performance computing melds with cluster computers
The supercomputer market, also known as high-performance computing, is spilling over into the high-performance server market.
2007-10-10 Hard disk-flash hybrid drives quicken PC boot up
Seagate Technology has launched its first combination disk storage and flash memory hard drive, joining Samsung in offering hybrid drives that speed the boot-up time of PCs and significantly boost battery life.
2003-07-16 Handspring merger heeds a new PDA order
Handspring Inc.'s acquisition by Palm Inc. seems more of a homecoming for the very same people who were at the helm in creating the first successful PDA at Palm during the mid-1990s and founded a new handheld outfit later in 1998.
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