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2008-08-22 HP plans more cost cuts amid EDS buyout
Hewlett-Packard Co., under chairman and CEO Mark Hurd, is breezing past financial forecasts and raking up huge profits in all corners of the globe.
2015-09-16 HP to axe up to 30,000 jobs
As part of a plan to save billions in annual costs, Hewlett-Packard is cutting another 25,000 to 30,000 employees. The move comes as the company prepares to split into two separate businesses later this year.
2005-07-20 HP expected to announce massive layoffs
Hewlett-Packard is widely expected to cut thousands of jobs as part of a long-expected restructuring that will attempt to bring the computer maker's costs in line with business and its rivals' numbers, according to industry analysts
2005-07-19 HP exec reaffirms channel commitment amid reports of restructuring
With a major restructuring in the offing, one of Hewlett-Packard's top channel executives reaffirmed the company's commitment to the channel.
2008-05-16 HP details silicon photonics road map
HP has outlined its goal to use silicon photonics to connect blades, boards, chips and eventually cores on the same chip at HP Labs's first annual Photonic Interconnect Forum this week
2011-11-10 HP aims for low-energy computing
Mobile ICs are seen to cut data center energy consumption in Project Moonshot, a server technology that also claims to cut complexity and cost
2007-08-07 EPA calls for R&D to cut data center power draw
A U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) report calls for the government to work with industry groups to develop an R&D program aimed at making data centers more energy efficient.
2008-09-17 EDS integration means restructuring for HP
HP is facing a three-year restructuring plan that entails streamlining operations and job cuts
2005-06-01 Designing a better world
Can problems at the Third World be met by interesting engineering solutions that lead to sustainable businesses?
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
I>EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages
2007-07-20 Technical problems bug Internet TV design
Thorny technical problems that range from silicon to software bug efforts to design successful Internet TV.
2009-03-06 Litho woes: R&D gap, downturn
It was a triple-whammy for lithographers at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference as the industry continues to be plagued by an R&D gap, technology delays, and, of course, the lousy economy.
2014-04-08 Jobs called for "Holy War with Google" in leaked email
Samsung dug up an email sent by Steve Jobs to his executive team back in 2010 and filed it as evidence in their ongoing court dispute over patent infringement. The email detailed what Jobs believed should be the top priorities for their annual strategy planning meeting.
2002-09-13 Intel devices to advance digital perspective
Intel SVP Mike Fister and EVP Sean Maloney explained how a modular IT infrastructure with mixed-wired and wireless communications capabilities will generate lower operating costs and increase system flexibility.
2009-06-03 Green memory: key to driving down data center power
In servers, the notoriously voracious microprocessor is passing the power-hog mantle to the DRAM. Thus the greening of the data center includes a focus on lower-voltage DRAMs, non-volatile alternatives and the emerging category of storage-class memories.
2009-02-02 Experts see bumpy ride to silicon photonics
The computer industry is set on having optical interconnects for its future multicore processors, but just how it will get them remains unclear.
2003-02-13 EDA users, vendors speak out for OpenAccess
The technical and business imperatives for the OpenAccess database and API were made clear by speakers and panelists at the second annual OpenAccess Conference in San Jose, California.
2009-01-12 Analyst: Intel may suffer from netbook success
Does Intel Corp.'s Jan. 7 warning that Q4 08 revenues could slide down 20 percent sequentially and 23 percent y-on-y have anything to do with better-than-expected sales of netbooks and the Intel Atom processors that power most of them?
2010-08-12 2015: 32 Sparc microprocessors on a single chip?
Sparc microprocessors will continue being developed by Oracle, with focus being on chips based on a single core design at a time, with 32 fitting in a single chip by 2015.
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