Running Windows on the same ARM processors that power the majority of the world’s mobile devices has long been a goal for Microsoft. Way back in …
AMD unveils its first non-x86-based server chip with high-speed interconnect.
Confusion over Windows RT and Windows 8 could end up affecting consumers who purchase the new Surface tablet.
A low-power, cache-coherent networking block should improve overall system performance, while lowering power requirements and increasing the core count.
New server architectures could alter how businesses plan to handle their burgeoning data needs.
The HP ElitePad isn’t just a Windows 8 tablet. It’s a way for HP to try and get back in the tablet game.
Monopolies do not last forever. There are real opportunities for alternate ISAs to make inroads against x86 under specific–but not uncommon–conditions.
Hewlett-Packard’s three Converged Infrastructure solutions help migrate VMs to newly built data centers.
Low-power ARM chips, like those appearing in Boston Limited’s new server, are on the rise.