• 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 Semilof4,240 pointsBadges:
  • Brief: AMD debuts flash memory for portable devices

    AMD has introduced a 32M-Bit flash memory device for portable systems such as cellular phones. The new Am29DS323 combines simultaneous read/write architecture with super low voltage technology. Sunnyvale, Calif.-headquartered AMD said the 1.8-volt device is capable of read access times as fast as...

    searchStorage9,050 pointsBadges:
  • Server vendors ship with AMD’s Istanbul processor: News in brief

    In today's news in brief, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Sun Microsystems and other providers have adopted AMD's 'Istanbul' Opteron chip;, IBM certifies the RamSan-500 solid-state disk; and more.

    Bridget Botelho3,255 pointsBadges:
  • AMD reduces Opteron power consumption: News in brief

    In today's news in brief, AMD now offers a 40-watt quad-core Opteron chip and has reported a revenue loss and Emulex received an unsolicited bid from Broadcom.

    Bridget Botelho3,255 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 Fontecchio3,805 pointsBadges:
  • Intel intros new quad-core Xeons as AMD Barcelona nears

    With AMD's quad-core Barcelona processor slated for systems next month, Intel announced two new quad-core Xeons that feature improved virtualization capabilities, performance enhancements and new energy efficiencies.

    Bridget Botelho3,255 pointsBadges:
  • Dell to offer AMD chips in multiprocessor servers

    Dell will offer AMD Opteron chips in its multiprocessor servers by the end of this year.

    Mark Fontecchio3,805 pointsBadges:
  • ‘Anticompetitive’ practices may damage Intel’s reputation

    The European Union's antitrust findings may tarnish Intel's reputation and give rival AMD a boost, say IT observers.

    Bridget Botelho3,255 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 Botelho3,255 pointsBadges:
  • Chip makers move to boost virtual machines

    Intel and AMD plan to offer enhanced virtualization capabilities, though analysts predict users will still be kicking the tires into 2006.

    ITKE342,795 pointsBadges:

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