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  • Nvidia GPU Appliance Cuts Render from Hours to Minutes
    Nvidia GPU Appliance Cuts Render from Hours to Minutes
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    The Nvidia Visual Compute Appliance is built to give graphic designers and artists real-time access to models and scenes, and speed up renderings from hours to minutes. Read More
  • AMD Opteron 64-Bit ARM-Based Seattle Dev Kits Now Available
    AMD Opteron 64-Bit ARM-Based Seattle Dev Kits Now Available
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    AMD has launched a developer kit for Seattle, its new 64-bit ARM-based processor. See what the dev kit includes and where to get your hands on it. Read More
  • Tyan Unveils New SMB Servers and Cache Appliance
    Tyan Unveils New SMB Servers and Cache Appliance
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    Tyan unveils two new SMB servers and a new cache appliance powered by Intel's processor and Intel Cache Acceleration Software. Read More
  • Converged Infrastructure Vendor List
    Converged Infrastructure Vendor List
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    Converged infrastructure solutions are a great option for small to medium size enterprises. Here's a list of some of the converged infrastructure vendors to consider. Read More
  • Sony Packs 185TB into a Single Magnetic Tape
    Sony Packs 185TB into a Single Magnetic Tape
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    Sony developed a new magnetic tape technology that's able to record 74 times more data than traditional tape media, increasing the capacity to 185 terabytes per cartridge. Read More
  • HP Updates HP-UX, Releases New NonStop Servers
    HP Updates HP-UX, Releases New NonStop Servers
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    HP's mission-critical systems are getting an update with the release of enhancements to HP-UX and HP CloudSystem Matrix with HP-UX and new NonStop servers. Read More
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Optimized for IBM Power8
    SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Optimized for IBM Power8
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    The upcoming release of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 will be optimized for IBM's Power8 architecture running little-endian mode. Read More
  • Fujitsu America Adds 3 New Semi-Rugged Notebooks
    Fujitsu America Adds 3 New Semi-Rugged Notebooks
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    Fujitsu now offers three new semi-rugged laptops with anti-glare displays coming in at 15.6", 14" and 13.3" in size. Read More
  • HP Adds AMD APUs to Moonshot Software Defined Server
    HP Adds AMD APUs to Moonshot Software Defined Server
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    Gearing up for the Moonshot launch next year, HP announces that it will be adding AMD's upcoming HSA compliant APUs to it's list of supported processors. Read More
  • Calxeda Next-Gen ARM SoC Doubles Performance
    Calxeda Next-Gen ARM SoC Doubles Performance
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    Calxeda's next-gen Server-on-a-Chip (SoC) decisively points ARM towards cloud. The new EnergyCore ECX-2000 has almost twice the performance, three times the memory bandwidth, and four times the memory capacity of the earlier chip. Read More
  • NEC Cuts A/C Power Consumption For Data Centers in Half
    NEC Cuts A/C Power Consumption For Data Centers in Half
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    NEC announced that it is now developing a phase change cooling technology for data centers that promises a significant drop in power consumption when compared to other cooling technologies. Read More
  • Major Linux Distros Past & Present
    Major Linux Distros Past & Present
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    Today GNU/Linux systems are found in many architectures and hardware environments, capable of supporting massive clusters used for scientific computing. Here's Linux -- past & present -- from Slackware to the moon. Read More
  • IBM Reveals New zEnterprise Mainframe, OS Updates
    IBM Reveals New zEnterprise Mainframe, OS Updates
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    IBM has launched a new mainframe, the zBC12, available in two models and is getting ready to release a Linux-based version of the mainframe, the Enterprise Linux Server (ELS), soon. Read More
  • HP’s New MicroServer a Big Boost for SMBs
    HP’s New MicroServer a Big Boost for SMBs
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    HP’s new line of MicroServers is designed with small to medium businesses in mind, by offering a low priced solution that is easy to deploy, manage and maintain. Read More
  • A Technical Look into HP Moonshot
    A Technical Look into HP Moonshot
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    HP's Moonshot is the new kid on the block, offering a lot of computing for low energy consumption. In this blog post, Chris Wahl takes you on a technical look into the HP Moonshot 15000 Chassis and ProLiant Moonshot Servers. Read More
  • CloudSigma Commits to the Cloud with SSD
    CloudSigma Commits to the Cloud with SSD
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    CloudSigma, an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) provider, is abandoning its hard-disk drives for the performance boost of SSD. Read More
  • Oracle’s SPARC Servers Upgraded with the World’s Fastest Microprocessor
    Oracle’s SPARC Servers Upgraded with the World’s Fastest Microprocessor
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    Oracle’s upgraded Sun SPARC server line geared towards cloud deployments is aimed at business analytics and big data. Read More
  • Software License Management: ABC, 123, Do-Re-Me
    Software License Management: ABC, 123, Do-Re-Me
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    Software and hardware are to technology as yin and yang are to balance. Neither can operate without the other. However, tracking software can be a much more complicated endeavor. Read More
  • Gigabyte Releases New Supercomputing Server
    Gigabyte Releases New Supercomputing Server
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    Announces new supercomputing server, the GS-R22PHL, designed with high performance and energy efficiency in mind. Read More
  • IBM PureFlex Server Manufacturing Moving from Rochester to Mexico
    IBM PureFlex Server Manufacturing Moving from Rochester to Mexico
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    IBM decides to move hundreds of server manufacturing jobs from its long time location in Rochester, Minnesota to Guadalajara, Mexico. Read More