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As IT systems scale to unforeseen levels of complexity, new laws of effective management come into play read more »
Benchmark tests of WD's Dual Drive were less than impressive when compared with pure SSDs read more »
Intel's Xeon Phi chip will have memory and throughput improvements read more »
IBM to support Nvidia GPUs in its Power servers, mainframes and supercomputers starting next year read more »
Oracle, which has already been working with HSA Foundation on projects, finally becomes a member read more »more news ..
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Core intel In Depth
These three top-tier businesses are reaping huge rewards from data analytics. Here's what your company might be missing out on. read more »
As your IT team looks to upgrade your computational and storage systems, be sure you understand the choices and tradeoffs you face regarding your server CPU options. Some of our recommendations may seem, well, counterintuitive read more »
Intel makes only incremental smartphone chip improvements, while Nvidia and Qualcomm made power and performance improvements on ARM chips read more »
As billions of chip-enabled devices connect to the internet, many businesses are making strides towards supporting the IoT read more »
Security built in at the level of microprocessors is finally starting to look like a viable layer of defence read more »
HP says new Itanium chip, system improvements boost performance by factor of three read more »more in depth ..
Core intel Slideshows
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Several big OEMs have already debuted new Intel-powered tablets running Windows 8 read more »
These devices attempt to bring the best of the tablet and laptop worlds together in one portable package read more »
A new OS has been in development since the start of 2012, backed by two major hardware technology companies - Intel and Samsung - hoping to gain a foothold in the software side of the mobile computing device market read more »more slideshows ..