• AMD shows the impact of a weak PC market with more job cuts

    AMD is having to swing the axe on 5% of its workforce as it continues to restructure its business

    squicke600 pointsBadges:
  • Sun Microsystems ships AMD Shanghai processor in x64, blade servers

    Sun Microsystems will now ship x64 and blade servers with AMD's 45-nanometer quad-core Opteron processor, Shanghai, which offers a virtualization performance boost. IBM, HP and Dell began shipping systems with the processor and touting its virtualization benefits last month.

    Bridget Botelho3,500 pointsBadges:
  • DR site built with energy efficiency in mind

    Rather than replicate between three primary data centers, RightNow Technologies dedicated a site to disaster recovery using energy efficient AMD Opteron-based servers.

    Bridget Botelho3,500 pointsBadges:
  • New footprint for HPC cluster

    IBM is expanding its eServer Cluster 1350 offering to include dual-core blade offerings from AMD.

    Matt Stansberry10 pointsBadges:
  • AMD roadmap redrawn for data center destination

    AMD expects to add some processor choice into the Wintel-dominated x86 server market as soon as next year.

    Meredith Courtemanche1,690 pointsBadges:
  • Server Specs: Hardware vendors react to Opteron heat problem

    Hardware vendors react to AMD Opteron heat problems; certification isn't what it used to be; and SAP backs Virtual Iron.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • AMD CIO jettisons data centers and gives the company a lift

    The CIO of multinational semiconductor company AMD shares his story of how he consolidated 18 data centers into two.

    Kristen Lee770 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco UCS: Not so fast!; AMD gets ahead of itself; other news

    Cisco's UCS claims questioned; new AMD Opterons out before their time; more headlines.

    badarrow2,785 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix XenClient with AMD graphics support coming midyear

    IT pros who have tested XenClient have their complaints, but Citrix promises to deliver a production-level version this year with an HCL that extends beyond Intel graphics.

    Bridget Botelho3,500 pointsBadges:
  • IT takes notice of Intel, AMD chip moves

    With Intel and AMD mapping out their competing strategies to move from single- to dual-core processors -- and eventually to multi-core -- IT executives are sizing up what all that extra processing power will mean to them.

    Margie Semilof4,275 pointsBadges:

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