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posted in September 2006
The new chips provide more power and consume less energy, CEO Otellini says.
Intel hopes to become the defining force in an emerging market for mainstream multicore processing with its first quad-core chips, slated to hit the market in about a month.
Panduit plans to incorporate the technology into its line of networking and electrical products for the data center.
Intel's first quad-core x86-based processors will hit the market in November and be used in high-end gaming systems. Its first mainstream desktop version will be ready in the first quarter of 2007.
The database includes more than 70 relationship templates, 140 predefined configuration item groups, and multiple adapters for integrating the collected information.
From water-cooled systems to spraying liquids directly on chips and motherboards, IT managers need to consider new ways to cool off their data centers.
Intel says it will create transceivers that can operate at 1 terabit-per-second speeds -- or about 1,000 times faster than the Ethernet connections now used in data centers.
By publishing its Opteron socket specification, AMD is making it easier for chipmakers to design processors that just snap into an AMD motherboard.
The chipmaker says it can create transceivers that operate about 1,000 times faster than the 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps connections currently used in data centers.
Release 7 adds functionality designed to allow timely and accurate application releases across the network.
The Avocent software runs on a BlackBerry or any Windows Mobile 5-based device. Two packages provide different levels of administration features and functions.
The toolkit helps developers build a database of common problems and their solutions.
The company, facing tough competition from AMD, says it needs to get more "agile and efficient."
The online trade show is aimed at high-level tech buyers who often don't attend shows in person.
Sun will also let software vendors list their applications, then create connection points to allow potential customers to access the Sun grid compute resources to run the specific applications.
PCs built on vPro will offer a 50% increase in performance on base-level office applications and as much as twice the performance for processor-intensive applications compared to the existing Intel 2005 Professional Business Platform.
Sales of Integrity servers are doubling every quarter, and more than half of the largest 100 businesses in the world now use them, the company says.
The company expects to generate $5 billion in savings over the next two years by reducing head count to 92,000 by the middle of 2007.