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Server upgrades coming

Driven by new Ethernet speeds and cloud services, market trackers predict churn

How to stay ahead of threats to DNS servers

It’s virtually impossible to stop DNS attacks, but these best practices can significantly minimize the impact


Ellison sings a new tune: Oracle hardware is cheapest

The purchase price for Oracle systems has been an 'impediment' for some customers, he admitted

SDN start-up says it is best funded in industry

Pluribus Networks, an SDN start-up developing converged compute, network, storage and virtualization systems, said it raised $50 million in a Series D round of funding led by Temasek, an investment company based in Singapore with a...

AMD looks to Carrizo chips for PC rebound

AMD plans to release Carrizo chips in the second quarter this year

IBM eyes more cloud acquisitions to find a path to growth

Future deals will focus on 'as a service' companies, IBM's CFO says

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Intel reports record revenues for fourth quarter, driven by server business

The record fourth quarter occurred in spite of with flat or negative growth in PC, mobile, and Internet of Things businesses.

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University of Texas team hooks $100K in IBM Watson app contest

A team of students from the University of Texas at Austin is being awarded $100,000 in seed funding for an app based on IBM's Watson technology that's designed to give Texas citizens easier access to social services from mobile...

Memory prices to fall this year after stabilizing in 2014

Gartner cuts its revenue growth forecast for DRAM from 5.8 percent to 5.4 percent

IBM's new mainframe will eat mobile apps for lunch

Big Blue claims the system can crunch 2.3 billion transactions per day

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Will enhanced servers do away with need for switches?

With seemingly everything in IT converging – servers, switching, storage, virtualization – will servers ultimately take on the role of the top-of-rack data center switch?

Compuware preps the mainframe for younger IT pros

Compuware's Topaz platform will provide graphical interfaces for mainframe management

10 things you need to know about Intel's new Broadwell chips

Intel's new Core I processors based on Broadwell offer good battery and graphics features

Intel cranks up laptop battery life, graphics with new Broadwell Core chips

Intel's latest Core chips based on the Broadwell microarchitecture will be in laptops and hybrids this month

Why Nvidia ignored mobile and bet the farm on auto tech at CES

One pundit complained Nvidia's press conference was 'a teraflop'

Driverless cars could get more reliable with Nvidia's Tegra X1

Nvidia did not address the use of the new Tegra chip in mobile devices

AMD retools laptop chip strategy to challenge Intel's dominance

AMD hopes to put its upcoming Carrizo chips in more laptops through a new chip and components strategy

Intel's IoT vision sees far more than chips

The company's IoT Platform includes hardware, software and partnerships

Intel plunks down billions to expand in mobile market

Intel's $1.6 billion investment in a Chengdu plant will help it regain complete control of manufacturing mobile chips

Intel to invest US$1.6 billion in China plant to push mobile chip development

The investment over the next 15 years will go toward upgrading Intel's chip plant in Chengdu

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