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2005-10-20 H-P makes appeal to bridge Blu-ray, HD-DVD formats
In the latest attempt to unify the divergent Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD optical disk formats, Hewlett-Packard Corp. has formally appealed to the Blu-ray Disc Association to incorporate two key technologies in the format.
2007-08-09 Green Grid to release road map on data center power
Green Grid, a non-profit consortium aimed at advancing energy efficiency in data centers, will publish an initial technology road map before the end of the year.
2007-06-14 Google, Intel spearhead initiative on energy-efficient PCs
Google and Intel launched an industry initiative to promote and set goals for energy efficiency in computing in order to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions linked to global warming.
2012-07-10 Gigabit serial links paves way for multi-core scalability
Built on top of the serdes for data-intensive apps, gigabit serial interfaces minimize system cost and pin count while improving parallelism, performance and capacity.
2011-04-19 Gartner reports PC slowdown in Q1
Global PC shipments in 1Q11 fell 1.1 percent from a year ago, due mainly to weak demand for consumer PCs and buyers' preference for media tablets and other CE.
2003-04-30 Futuremark expands Beta Program
Futuremark Corp. has forged strategic alliances with Gateway, Transmeta Corp., ExtremeTech, and Beyond3D.
2008-02-22 Firms form alliance to push PC as gaming platform
Some of the biggest names in the PC gaming industry have joined forces to form an alliance that will promote PC as the gaming platform of choice.
2006-02-01 Fate of high-def DVD may lie with Microsoft
After months of intense wrangling between the competing Blu-ray and HD-DVD groups, the battle lines in the war over a next-generation high-definition DVD format have moved to the doorstep of Microsoft Corp.
2015-11-23 Facebook transitions to 100Gb/s switch for its data centres
The Wedge 100 is a 32 x 100G switch said to use Broadcom's latest Tomahawk switch chip with a 3.2Tb/s aggregate maximum throughput.
2011-07-28 Experts make recommendations on cloud computing
Experts from the industry and academia have come up with recommendations to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing in the U.S.
2011-01-26 Electronics, EMS players exploit market opportunities to survive
Market instability, oversupply and fierce competition continue to challenge industry players. Responding to new market trends, focusing on niche markets and offering value-added services could be the keys to survival, according to IMI CEO Arthur Tan
2004-06-14 Dual-link wireless module eyed for notebooks
In a presentation at the PCI Special Interest Group developer's conference here this week, engineers will discuss a wireless module that can use either a 1X Express or a USB 2.0 interconnect.
2006-10-16 DisplayPort transmitter supports HDMI
Analogix has created a DisplayPort transmitter that's compatible with HDMI, claiming the chip handles both the embedded-clocking scheme of DisplayPort and the clock-forwarding scheme of HDMI with basically a single silicon block.
2007-08-14 Death of OS nears, says VMware exec
In his keynote during the LinuxWorld conference, VMware exec Mendel Rosenblum predicted the death of the modern OS.
2009-02-27 Crossing paths: netbooks and smart phones
Netbooks and smart phones occupy adjacent niches, but they will not truly compete head-to-head until the form- factor differential and the discrepancies in power consumption are reduced or eliminated.
2009-09-03 Comment: Nokia loses its magic touch
Rick Merritt predicts that the once darling of the cellphone business and still the largest handset maker is set to be slowly eaten by its PC and cellphone competitors.
2009-03-17 Clearing up cloud (computing) issues
There are plenty of meaty technical issues around cloud computing engineers still need to addressthis work will take years.
2006-07-01 Clash in the PAN as formats multiply
Too many personal-area networks are trying to crowd into the digital home. At the recent Windows Hardware Engineering Conference, Microsoft Corp. disclosed its efforts to help build at least two of them.
2012-07-19 China's PC shipments rise 3 times higher than global rate
A recent iSuppli report shows that China's domestic PC shipments are set to rise three times higher than the rate of the global market.
2009-06-30 Can proprietary wireless HD survive?
In a race to run multiple HD video streams, a dizzying array of competing wireless technologies have only fragmented the potential wireless home network market.
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.
2012-10-19 Calxeda targets 2014 for 64bit SoC launch
Calxeda outlined its two-year plan leading up to the roll out of Lago, its 64bit server chip geared for web 2.0 data centres.
2008-10-15 Calibrating the Netbook FrenzyA 'Basic' Primer
It's great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there.
2011-09-26 Bringing HP's glory days back
Once upon a time HP had its own symphony orchestra. The next HP CEO could take a cue from that history and be more of a conductor and less of a celebrity.
2004-04-05 Blu-ray Disc delivers 5x DVD disc capacity
The per-disc production cost of Blu-ray Discs will be comparable to current per-disc costs for DVD discs.
2007-06-18 BenQ returns to ODM roots to recover
Taiwan's BenQ has opted to spin off its branded business instead of its manufacturing division in an effort to find firm footing after a disastrous attempt to become a household name.
2014-09-30 Applied Micro, TI SoCs power first enterprise-class ARM server
The launch of 64bit ARM server models, which uses SoCs from Applied Micro and Texas Instruments, marks a significant milestone in the commercial deployments of many ARM-based servers in the market today.
2013-04-16 Analyst: Zero netbook demand by 2015
IHS revealed that due to the popularity of tablets, shipments of netbooks this year will reach just 3.97 million units, a plunge off the cliff of 72 per cent from 14.13 million units in 2012.
2008-12-10 Analysis: China IC industry battles slowdown
The mad rush to invest on the emerging Chinese semiconductor industry is slowing down. The fever has been in fact cooling since a year ago, well before the credit crisis hit the global market.
2006-09-05 Analogix transmitter merges DisplayPort and HDMI
Analogix made a DisplayPort transmitter that's compatible with HDMI; claims the chip handles both the embedded-clocking scheme of DisplayPort and the clock-forwarding scheme of HDMI with basically a single silicon block.
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