It seems MacBooks with ARM chipsets are in the offing, or at least being entertained as a possibility. A new dive into macOS code points to …
HP to launch its low-power server on April 8; an Intel-based, dual ARM approach seems likely.
In addition to Tegra 5 and 6, Nvidia has also revealed “Kayla,” which it claims is the “world’s fastest ARM computer.”
For those who want to test code on ARM processors without building a test bed, Boston Ltd.’s cloud service may be your answer.
Baidu may be the first customer to use an ARM server; look for the design win to pave the way for 64-bit chips, too.
Univa’s version of the Sun Grid Engine anticipates the day when ARM processors are a larger presence in the data center.
Cavium and Fedora help the industry take another step toward hyper-scale data centers.
Facebook’s common-slot CPU board may level the playing field—and that could be a good thing, according to analysts. But only if it can be managed effectively.
Intel’s quarterly earnings were lifted by enterprise revenues. New products, manufacturing tech could keep the ball rolling.
It’s finally happened: a swappable daughtercard will allow AMD, Intel, and even ARM CPUs to be interchanged, thanks to a new Open Compute specification.