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The three workstations are more durable and provide the processing power and graphics punch to handle professional video editing, design, and engineering tasks, according to the computer maker.
The eight-bay system for SMBs comes standard with a 6 Gb SAS interface, a data transfer rate of 800 MB per second, and a maximum of 24 TB.
The chipmakers' joint venture is providing customers with samples of 20-nm NAND flash memory, the industry's smallest.
Intel's Core processors power the updated Tecra and Portege business notebooks.
At the Beijing Intel Developer Forum, the company reiterated its support for the 64-bit RISC architecture and claimed the next generation eight-core chip is on schedule.
The Hitachi-made storage arrays and adaptable modular storage complement the Acer servers launched earlier this year for small and midsize businesses.
More than 35 tablets will hit the streets in May with the latest low-power Atom processor from Intel.
President Obama has threatened to veto legislation overturning the agency's ability to regulate broadband Internet traffic.
The old-school case packs not just nostalgia, but also an Intel dual-core 525 Atom CPU, an Nvidia Ion 2 graphics chipset, five USB ports, and an optional Blu-ray disc player.
Ten data centers and 12 research centers are planned to help customers move to cloud computing on Dell technology.
HP, Cisco, Supermicro, and Dell are among the major vendors launching systems with Intel's latest Xeon server processors.
The Quadro 400 is five times faster than high-end consumer gaming cards and its small footprint allows it to fit in any workstation.
Based on the 32-nanometer Westmere EX architecture, the Xeon E7 family comprises 18 processors with up to 10 cores for two-, four-, and eight-socket servers.
ERP vendors are being acquired or merging to better compete with large software companies like SAP and Oracle.
The GoFlex Slim holds 350 GBs of storage, is 38% thinner than the previous model, and weighs less than six ounces.
The $6.5 Billion acquisition would make TI the world's third largest maker of semiconductors.
A Government Accountability Office report indicates that a small number of companies reap the most benefit from the foreign worker program and U.S. worker protections have eroded.
The 20th update in five months adds features that make it easier to chat and access Twitter without leaving the browser.
Gianfranco Lanci has left the company after failing to reach an agreement with directors on the PC maker's future.
Java and Python software development kits get upgraded as Google refreshes its platform-as-a-service offering.
The formal complaint with European Union regulators says Google is not playing fair in capturing the lion's share of ad revenue from search.
Facebook is the target as the company builds a social network around search results that lets people share recommendations for websites and online advertisers.
Feature provides more ways for developers to make money, combats piracy, and reduces the number of apps in the online store.
Baran helped develop key technology for the modern Internet and went on to launch seven companies, five of which went public.
James Gosling comes aboard as his former employer, Oracle, battles Google over the use of Java in Android.
The programmable logic semiconductor designer notched one of the largest venture capital rounds ever for a private chip company.
The ThinkStation E30 and ThinkCentre M81 are targeted at creative, engineering, and financial professionals.
The Intel Xeon-based Altix UV runs Microsoft's Windows Server 2008 R2 for more demanding business intelligence and other large-scale workloads.
Forrester Research finds much less support for allowing employees to bring their own PCs to work.
Software revenue increased 19% from a year ago, reaching $6 billion, and gross margins for the hardware business Oracle acquired when it bought Sun Microsystems reached 55% in the most recent quarter.
Smartphone and tablet makers will be able to make thinner and lighter mobile devices using the smaller faster memory chips.
Internet Explorer has nothing to fear, even though Mozilla's upgraded Web browser has been downloaded more than 10 million times since it was first made available.
Big Blue claims the standardized approach to server, storage, service desk, and unified communication projects can reduce the time of deployment and reduce management costs.
The 14-inch Mobile Monitor weighs only 2.8 pounds and is powered by a USB connection for maximum portability.
The Integrity NonStop BladeSystem NB54000c includes the hardware, middleware, database, and HP-UX operating environment to run a business application out of the box, says HP.
The high-density PowerEdge systems pack many server nodes into a single chassis and are designed for use in public or private clouds.
Major wafer suppliers Shin-Etsu and MEMC have stopped production in Japan to assess damages from the earthquake.
Increased ordering by electronics manufacturers seeking to bolster inventory in the face an anticipated scarcity are prompting wide swings in pricing on the cash-driven spot market, according to iSuppli.
My Book Studio Edition II storage system for the Mac adds a third more storage; the drive ships with software and instructions to reformat for Windows.
Apple's iPad 2 and other electronic devices are vulnerable to potential supply chain disruptions resulting from damage to Japan's infrastructure, according to iSuppli.
The graphics-enabled microprocessors that Intel and AMD launched this year are expected to rapidly gain market share, shipping in 83% of laptops and 76% of desktops by 2014, IHS iSuppli says.
To lower the total cost of ownership, the computers include security and management options that leverage Intel's new vPro technology for businesses.
Xeon and Atom processors introduced for the low-power servers gaining traction in Internet companies' data centers.
The Quadro 2000D offers as much as 12-bit grayscale for showing the most subtle abnormalities in diagnostic images, Nvidia said.
Overall spending on IT hardware by small and midsize businesses increased 18% to $38 billion last year, reaching pre-recession levels, reported NPD Group.
Intel plans to use the Egyptian company's technology to boost its products for 4G LTE wireless networks, as well as other communication standards.
Nanotube technology invented by University of Illinois engineers holds promise for significantly extending battery life in mobile devices.
Damage to fabrication plants in Japan, home to more than a fifth of worldwide semiconductor production in 2010, is likely to cause shortages and price swings.
The world's largest computer maker is looking to leverage the millions of PCs it sells every year to build a huge platform that will prove attractive to app developers.
Nvidia shipments were down 6.2% in 2010 and AMD saw growth of 12.6% while all other card makers fell 44%, as less-expensive technologies took the place of graphics cards in lower-end PCs, John Peddie Research reported.
The X220 laptop can get up to 24 hours of battery life and the tablet 16 hours with an optional external battery pad.
The mid-priced OmniPro 110 offers a choice of three operating systems: Windows 7, RedFlag Linux, and FreeDOS.
The 10-inch, dual-boot ViewPad tablet runs an Intel Atom processor and has two USB ports for a keyboard and mouse.
The computer maker will start shipping laptops with the latest Intel Core processors next week, launching a complete refresh of its consumer PCs.
The 13.3-inch mobile PC runs Intel's new Core i5 or i7 Sandy Bridge processors and has an optional sheet battery that doubles the system's power life to 15 hours.
Laptops with the second-generation Core i3, i5, and i7 business chips can be disabled remotely using text messages in the event of theft.
By making its telepresence technology cheaper and easier to integrate with businesses and service providers, the networking company is hoping to entice more customers.
With Internet Explorer 9 nearing launch and developers clamoring for HTML 5, the software maker is hoping the countdown will quicken the browser's extinction.
The plug-in make it possible to move a virtual machine from the data center to Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud.
Gartner has lowered its worldwide PC shipment forecast for 2011 from a 15% to a 10% increase from last year as tablets take market share from low-end laptops and netbooks.
Acquiring the 89% of Aster Data Systems it doesn't already own, expands the company's data analysis capabilities to social networks and other Web communities.
A newer version of Super Micro Computer's server running Intel's forthcoming 10-core Xeons will be released later this year.
HP, Dell, Sun, and Fujitsu trailed IBM in server revenue for the fourth quarter of 2010; Big Blue captured more than a third of the $15 billion market according to IDC.
Intel's 256 Atom N570 dual-core processors power servers optimized to run applications that process high-volumes of small Web transactions such as in online gaming and social networks.
The majority of Americans have seen boorish behavior with mobile devices and the number of incidents is growing.
Intel's high-speed Thunderbolt technology and second-generation Core processors, along with faster graphics cards and high-def FaceTime Webcams, are among the upgrades.
Debuting in Apple's MacBook Pros, the high-speed PC connection technology, previously codenamed Light Peak, provides data transfer speeds much faster than USB 3.0 and FireWire.
Sales of x86 processors running desktops, laptops, and servers rose 26.7% in 2010 from the previous year to $36.3 billion, while shipments grew 17.1% and prices were up 8%, according to IDC.
Intel's second-generation Core processors, as well as a Celeron processor option, will available on the business notebooks.
The computer maker's 16% increase in first-quarter profits wasn't enough to meet its forecast, due to weakened sales in its consumer and tech services units.
Sixteen servers, including tower, rack, and blade models will be available with three- or five-year onsite service contracts from the Taiwan-based computer maker.
The six business PCs feature longer battery life, improved performance management, video and voice calling features, and Intel's second-generation Core processors.
During the President's visit, CEO Paul Otellini announced that Intel plans to build a $5 billion facility in Arizona to manufacture 14-nanometer processors.
Mounting a serious challenge to ARM, Intel plans to begin mass production of the 32-nm processor later this year.
Tablet devices running the quad-core Tegra CPU, which includes a 12-core graphics processor, are slated to be available in August.
The zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension adds functionality to IBM's mainframe system, allowing integration and management of Power 7 and x86 blade servers.
Strong business PC, server, and storage sales drove revenue of $15.7 billion with the computer maker reporting record profitability in enterprise products and services.
The Critical Facilities Implementation service rounds out HP's data center design, testing, and management offerings.
The "hyperscale-inspired server," intended for high-performance computing applications such as video rendering, virtualization, and electronic design automation, uses AMD 12-core chips and can deliver can deliver a maximum of 96 cores in a 2U rack.
The new 8-core and 12-core server processors are socket-compatible with the previous Opteron series, giving customers the option of boosting performance without replacing the server.
Expecting that more and more employees will personally own the smartphones and tablets they work on, Dell's service portfolio enables them to access critical enterprise data from mobile devices.
Version 10.2 of the PC video player is up to 34 times more efficient than previous releases, says Adobe.
The departure of COO Bob Rivet follows the resignation of CEO Dirk Meyer; Marty Seyer, senior VP of corporate strategy is also leaving the company.
Releasing the tablet alongside two dozen business PCs suggests the computer maker is serious about adding emerging devices to its core products, says an IDC analyst.
Shipments of flawed Sandy Bridge processor chipsets have resumed for use in PC configurations that do not use the defective ports.
The all-in-one, touch screen computers now incorporate a 60-degree reclining 23-inch display to improve ergonomics.
IBM is building systems as fast as 20 petaflops, while Cray says it's ready to deliver supercomputers of 10 petaflops. Such systems are many times faster than the fastest computers running today.
University of California Berkeley researchers have found a way to build nanolasers on silicon to provide faster communications between components in a microprocessor.
The telecom will begin taking preorders Feb. 13 for its first 4G smartphone, which boasts enough power to drive a laptop dock.
Targeted to enterprises that want to build private clouds, Dell's integrated software and hardware packages combine Canonical's Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud with PowerEdge C servers.
Customers who bought computers with the defective Series 6 chipset can return them or wait until April for a motherboard replacement.
The design flaw in Intel's Sandy Bridge chipset has prompted HP to offer customers refunds or replacement PCs for affected models and to review its product launch schedule.
Cougar Point processors, the corrected versions of the 6 Series chipset, won't start shipping until late February.
Graphics processor shipments fell below expectations last year, as people delayed replacing older PCs to buy Apple iPads, a research firm says.
The StorageTek T10000C is built for the SL8500 Modular Library System, which can be expanded to 1 exabyte of storage for archiving and backup.
Fixing the 6 Series chipset design error will cause a $300 million revenue drop in the first quarter, said the company.
The government ordered the shutdown of the country's four ISPs, effectively blocking all Internet communications during anti-government protests.
Boosting share in the Japanese computer market is the goal of the alliance, which was announced the same day NEC reported a threefold increase net losses.
Worldwide revenue from mobile applications downloaded from online stores will reach $58 billion in three years, Gartner says.
The first of six university-based R&D centers, led by Stanford, will focus on visual computing in tablets, smartphones, and other consumer tech.