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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

The India server market saw a 11.2% drop in revenue in the fourth quarter to US$266.1 million (A$347.4 million), compared to US$299.6 million in the corresponding quarter in 2019, the technology analyst firm IDC says.

Published in Hardware

Global technology company IBM claims to have developed a new fully homomorphic encryption toolkit for Linux which has been made available on the source code repository GitHub for public use.

Published in Open Source

Stating it is "accelerating mobile and laptop performance", Arm has unveiled its "first-ever public CPU forward-looking roadmap and performance numbers".

Published in Development

With top mobile operators, including Telstra, in major first world countries set to "activate Windows 10 PCs powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Mobile PC Platform on 4G/LTE Networks", the only question is whether consumers will buy them.

Published in Development

Rumoured for years, Microsoft might finally release a Surface Phone able to run x86 Windows desktop apps, with or without Continuum, on either Intel or ARM processors.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Strong positive response to AMD’s new Ryzen 7 eight-core processors by the gaming community has brought forward the release of its cost-effective Ryzen 5, six-core and four-core processors.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 08 December 2016 17:20

Windows 10 'computer in your pocket' soon

Microsoft and Qualcomm have announced that the next generation Qualcomm Snapdragon ARM processors will support full compatibility with the Windows 10 ecosystem.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 08:50

Umbreon rootkit targets Linux on x86, ARM platforms

A rootkit aimed at Linux systems running on the x86, ARM and embedded platforms has been in development since last year and runs in user mode on an affected system, according to researchers at Trend Micro.

Published in Security

The era of desktop and notebook computers may be drawing to a close, but the hybrid, detachable, two-in-one is on a rapid ascent. Specifically the Windows based, x86 version.

Published in ShawThing

AMD now offers ‘top-to-bottom’ x86 options for gaming, imaging, industrial control - based on price, performance, and power use.       

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 23 January 2014 20:48

IBM sells server division to Lenovo

Ailing giant IBM has sold its x86 server division to Chinese PC supplier Lenovo for $US2.3 billion, confirming widespread industry speculation.

Published in Deals
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Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:12

Intel to exit motherboard manufacture?

Intel will wind down its manufacture of desktop (not server) motherboards (MB) over the next three years. No big deal – responsible companies must jettison unprofitable operations to protect shareholder value…

Published in ShawThing
Thursday, 07 April 2011 12:02

IBM claims a new TPC record

IBM has set a new TPC-H 1000GB benchmark record for non-clustered systems with its new System x 3850 X5 server.

Thursday, 17 February 2011 13:12

CSIRO to go CSIntelRO for supercomputer

Seeking to replace its existing SGI Altix supercomputer with a new model powered by 64-bit Intel processors, Australia's science organisation has gone to tender to double its supercomputing power.

Published in Technology Tenders
Thursday, 02 July 2009 03:42

Power tops Intel for SAP apps: IBM

IBM claims its POWER6 hardware can outperform Intel-based servers when running SAP applications. And Power systems are cheaper over three years.

Published in Market
Just days after an announcement server sales have crashed elsewhere in the world during the first quarter, the Australian server market has followed suit, suffering its worst decline on record. The contraction, outlined in a new report from IDC was nothing short of breath-taking, completely erasing five years of growth.

Published in Home Tech
HP has announced the next generation of its HP ProLiant servers based on Intel’s new Nehalem 45nm processor architecture, claiming that it can reduce the return on investment from 12 months down to 3 months because of energy savings.

Thursday, 26 February 2009 03:34

HP offers Solaris on ProLiant

A relationship refresh between HP and Sun sees Solaris become a key operating system for the market-leading ProLiant server family.

Published in Market
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