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Supermicro's SuperServer ready to tackle 'biggest AI, analytics challenges'
“This new SuperServer provides a powerful and trusted foundation for your most secure and mission critical workloads in enterprise, cloud-scale, or hybrid environments.”
Hands-on review: Intel Core i5-10600K and Core i9-10900K
The Core i5-10600K seems a good gaming CPU, whilst the Core i9-10900K is a real boost for multi-CPU applications.
Intel creates 10th Gen vPro processors for 'next generation of business computing'
“Built for business, the Intel vPro platform is a comprehensive PC foundation for performance, hardware-enhanced security, manageability and stability,” says Intel.
Dell announces updated XPS pro-laptops
Including a redesigned XPS 15 and new XPS 17 for a bigger, 17in screen.
MSI unveils new range of formidable motherboards
Based on the new Intel 10th Gen, the range spans from entry-level to hardcore gamers, as well as demanding business users.
Manage what you measure with clarity
Data center management solutions enable facilities and IT professionals to intelligently reduce energy consumption
Lenovo launches Legion series of gaming PCs & laptops
Lenovo has launched a new 2020 lineup of gaming PC and laptops, which are sure to give fans of prebuilt gaming PCs something to smile about.
Research: A/NZ AI market to grow nearly 30% by 2024
Analyst firm GlobalData says that revenue across APAC will grow to US$29.3 billion by the same year, driven by growing government acceptance.
HPE looks to advance 5G developments with vendor neutral offering
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has added the Open Distributed Infrastructure Management (ODIM) initiative to its open 5G portfolio.
The ghost in the machine that maximizes uptime
Intel MFP uses machine learning to improve the performance and reliability of server memory to predict potential failures and prevent downtime.
Unfixable vulnerability found in Intel chipsets 'impossible' to detect
Positive Technologies says it is ‘impossible’ to detect this kind of key breach, and no firmware updates can fix the vulnerability.
When the cloud falls to earth, it could be time for cloud repatriation
“How do I know when a workload would be better off running in or outside of the cloud?”
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
Maintaining uptime in the data center is no game of checkers
How Intel memory failure prediction uses AI to reduce server crashes caused by hardware failures
Intel board elects new chairman & new director
Intel’s board of directors has recently welcomed Dr Omar Ishrak as its new independent chairman, following the upcoming departure of Andy D. Bryant in May 2020.
New study reveals ‘huge’ gender disparity in Indian businesses
"The Zinnov-Intel India Gender Diversity study offers valuable data, insights and industry best practices that would be instrumental in furthering the goal of 'Be-WISE' to accelerate inclusive participation of women in the workplace."
QCT & Intel modernize enterprise data centers
QCT has announced a new performance-optimized Intel Select Solution for VMware vSAN v2.
Intel takes next step toward taking quantum commercial
The new cryogenic control chip, code-named “Horse Ridge”, will enable control of multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling larger systems.
ADLINK brings automation to edge computing with Intel and AWS
ADLINK AI at the Edge solution ‘closes the loop’ on the full cycle of machine learning model building, from design to deployment to improvement.
Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
AI capabilities power global IoT adoption
Artificial intelligence is the key to realising value from internet of things (IoT) initiatives, according to a recent survey of global business leaders.
The powerful tech helping to uncover the universe's mysteries
“Cosmological simulations like galaxy formation and black hole creation require hundreds of thousands of cores connected to each other to run."
Intel hires new CMO & corporate treasurer
Karen Walker and Sharon L. Heck joins the company's executive team.
USB4 is coming, and it's based on Thunderbolt
The non-profit USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) is preparing for the launch of USB4, with new specifications for its design and use.