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2014-01-27 Is IBM set to sell its remaining hardware biz?
After selling its HDD business to Hitachi in April 2001 for $2.05 billion and its desktop and notebook PC business to China's Lenovo for $1.75 billion, what is Big Blue planning to let go of next?
2011-05-10 IDC forecasts 13% PC processor share for ARM in 2015
Despite Intel's continued dominance of the PC processor market, IDC foresees ARM's process architecture making major inroads and grabbing a 13 percent market share by 2015.
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
2010-04-05 Eight-core Xeon processors suit high-end servers
Chip giant Intel Corp. has launched its new high-end x86 server processors, the Xeon 7500 family, which uses up to eight dual-threaded cores.
2015-05-06 Dell research goes full throttle for an NFV future
Dell Research is working with professors at UC Berkeley to develop reliable infrastructures that support network function virtualisation and associated applications.
2003-11-17 XML embedded Web support eases design
The simplest method to implementing XML embedded devices is supporting the Web processes completely in external software.
2013-04-10 TI-powered Moonshot in the works, says HP
Texas Instruments joined several ARM and x86 vendors that eventually will find a place aboard HP's Project Moonshot systems, which currently ships only with Intel Atom SoCs
2010-07-09 Tablet PCs bite into netbook, notebook sales
The success of tablet PC is expected to pull down sales of notebooks and netbooks, shifting some business away from x86 chips and Windows toward ARM-based processors and Google Android
2005-02-09 Synopsys supports SUSE LINUX with verification platform
Synopsys Inc. will support the SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 operating system (OS) from Novell on both 32bit and 64bit x86 instruction sets for Synopsys' Galaxy Design and Discovery verification platforms.
2007-10-15 Sun UltraSparc T2 servers tout built-in virtualization
New servers introduced by Sun Microsystems based on its eight-core UltraSparc T2 processor improve energy efficiency inside high-density systems and more easily enable virtualization and encryption.
2003-05-22 Sun Micro, Red Hat ink global partnership pact
Sun Microsystems has entered into a global alliance agreement with Red Hat to distribute the latter's Enterprise Linux operating system.
2003-11-06 Startup crafts 58-Gflops computer
On the eve of the Supercomputing Conference 2003, to be held Nov. 15-21 in Phoenix, startup OctigaBay Systems Corp. will introduce a high-performance computer that melds off-the-shelf X86 processors with internally developed high-speed interconnect and reconfigurable-computing subsystems
2010-09-16 Sandy Bridge connects Intel to future PCs
Intel has revealed some information about its Sandy Bridge family of heterogeneous computer processors that are expected to ship before April 2011.
2001-04-01 Rough road ahead for Net-connected designs
Everyone has been marveling at the so-called blossoming of the various Net-centric computing devices. There is one problem, though. It is called the infrastructure. Everybody is dashing off to develop architectures that would "standardize" this new technology.
2010-06-11 RAID adapter connects PCIe 2.0 to eight SATA ports
The maxRAID BR5225-80 connects PCIe 2.0 to eight SAS/SATA ports at up to 6Gbit/s and targets data- and transaction-intensive applications requiring highest IOPS and throughput.
2011-06-07 Protocol bridge enhances processor, interconnect performance
IDT's 16Gbps PCIe Gen2 to 16Gbps RapidIO Gen2 conversion bridge translates the PCIe protocol to RapidIO and vice versa, enabling existing RapidIO systems in various markets to use Intel's x86 processors
2014-10-28 Persuasion meets passion: Inside a $125 million MPU start-up
A microprocessor start-up that raises $125 million is a rare desert flower in Silicon Valley these days. The founders of Soft Machines shared some of the story of how they survived seven years through a historic recession and the hurdles that still stand between the company and its first revenue.
2009-08-28 Parallel programming keeps up with multicore boom
Researchers have been at work for a little over a year with grants from Intel and Microsoft, forming ideas about the future of chips with dozens or hundreds of cores and coding prototype parallel software to harness them.
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
2007-03-15 NEC prepares new storage architecture
NEC Corp. of America plans to release in six months a grid-based storage architecture that promises to scale more efficiently than traditional systems.
2009-09-01 Multicore showdown: Rainbow Falls vs. Power7
Sun claimed a new watermark for server CPUs with Rainbow Falls processor but analysts gave the IBM Power7 kudos as the more compelling achievement in the latest round of high-end server processors
2003-01-07 Moving to 64bit computing
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is committed to advancing the availability of technology in Asia, said Thomson Chan, Director of Marketing Asia-Pacific.
2012-10-31 Merritt: Two Burning questions for ARM
EE Times' own Rick Merritt is bringing two critical questions regarding ARM's first 64bit design and the advantages of its big/little concept on mobile workloads to the company's TechCon event.
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.
2010-08-30 Meet Bobcat and Bulldozer
AMD presented Bulldozer and Bobcatthe company's first new x86 cores designed from a clean sheet of paper in 10 yearsat the Hot Chips conference last Tuesday. The cores are key to AMD's competitive strategy against archrival Intel
2014-01-08 Leaked Intel 14nm processor specs reveal heightened HPC focus
The 14nm Silvermont-based processor indicates high memory bandwidth and on-die capacity is expected to ship next year.
2009-12-10 Larrabee delay boosts AMD, Nvidia
Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia Corp. may have gotten long- as well as short-term reprieves from Intel Corp.'s decision not to release the first version of its Larrabee chip.
2015-03-31 Is the Intel-Altera fusion a good deal?
The deal would help Intel diversify beyond the slumping PC market, expanding its growing business in sectors such as telecom. Like Intel, Altera sells chips at relatively high average prices.
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal?
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition.
2011-03-28 Is it goodbye for Itanium?
Oracle has opted to discontinue all software development for Intel's Itanium, prompting many to wonder if the microprocessor's days are numbered. Intel has however reiterated its commitment to Itanium.
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