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Displaying items by tag: OEM

GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

Published in Hardware

Edge computing technology vendor Adlink Technology today introduced the industry's first embedded MXM-based graphics modules based on Nvidia’s Turing architecture. The new modules will accelerate edge-based artificial intelligence inference in constrained applications.

Published in Hardware

Complete with its Infinity Fabric laden with AMD's six gems compromising of Ryzen and Ryzen Pro, Radeon, SenseMI, GuardMI, Zen and EPYC, AMD's avenging, superhero-like, next-gen technologies are making life very tough for Intel, and great again for PC buyers.

Published in Hardware
Thursday, 15 February 2018 11:08

Ruckus seals global OEM deal with Dell EMC

Wi-Fi company Ruckus Networks has signed a original equipment manufacturing agreement with Dell EMC to deliver globally Ruckus’ portfolio of wireless solutions, including access points, controllers, virtualised and data analytics assets, and Cloudpath secure network access software.

Published in Deals

Promising "fibre-like" connectivity to the cloud, with low latency and extreme capacity, 5G-enabled mobile devices are coming to mobile devices in 2019.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 21 October 2015 08:31

Dell boosts IoT range with Edge Gateway 5000 Series

The Dell Edge Gateway 5000 Series is designed for building and factory automation, with a generous operating temperature range and plenty of I/O.

Although Nokia previously denied a rumour that suggested licensed Nokia smartphones would emerge in 2016, its CEO now says otherwise.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 16 March 2015 16:38

Windows 10 Mobile – the end game

Microsoft has signed up nearly 40 partners working on multiple models of phone to come to market – most initially with 8.1 and all upgradeable to Windows 10 later this year.

Published in Mobility

Just in the last few days Nokia denied it was getting back into the phone business post-Microsoft, but it had a surprise up its sleeve: a new Nokia Android tablet running Lollipop 5.0!

Published in Mobility
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Way back in 2007 I remember seeing Intel demonstrate 'slider' tablet PCs where the screen slid down from a vertical to a horizontal position over the keyboard to create a tablet - long before the iPad hit the scene.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

EntropySoft connectors enable increased e-discovery capabilities for Clearwell E-Discovery Platform

Tuesday, 18 August 2009 14:28

Is your netbook small enough for Windows 7?

Microsoft, and not the manufacturer, will decide what is and is not a netbook with screen size being the main metric. So just how small will you have to go to run Windows 7 Starter Edition?

Published in Strategy
PC microprocessor shipments are up around the world, with the increase driven more by Intel and OEM inventory refreshes, rather than the return of significant end-demand for PCs.

Microsoft's proposal to provide European consumers with a browser ballot screen appears to fall in line with the European Commission's (EC's) position. The company also has a proposal aimed at settling the interoperability case.

Published in Development
Microsoft has brought out a new entry-level server-based solution targeted at small businesses with 15 or fewer users, which it says gives them the ability, at a modest cost, to run business applications and databases, host Web sites, and provide basic server functionality such as file and print sharing and remote access.
Monday, 16 February 2009 04:04

Microsoft mis-targeted by XP downgrade suit?

Microsoft faces a class-action suit alleging that the downgrade fee charged to allow the use of Windows XP on a computer sold with a Vista OEM licence was anti-competitive.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 28 January 2009 20:10

ASUS fighting at the top may spawn new brand

The Pegatron Eee anyone? This week Taiwan "Business Today" magazine broke the news of titanic power struggles between Asustek chairman Johnny Shih and OEM breakaway boss Tung Tsu Hsien, strongly suggesting Hsien will establish his own brand.

Published in Market
According to Microsoft, Windows XP died on June 30th when it stopped sending it to the likes of Dell and HP, as well as ceasing shrink-wrapped distribution. According to Dell, new buyers can have a Windows Vista Bonus: a machine with a copy of Windows XP pre-installed instead...

Published in Strategy

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