AMD celebrates Earth Day with low-powered Opteron chip.
Yesterday’s biggest news was Oracle’s purchase of Sun. Oracle swooped in and nabbed Sun right from under IBM’s nose, or so it seemed.
Hold everything, Oracle has agreed to buy Sun.
AMD is trying to encourage server owners to upgrade their microprocessors, offering discounts for new processors.
In an interview with IDG News Services, Intel's Shannon Poulin gave an update on when the company will ship its first octa-core processor.
Yesterday the world woke up to news that what seemed like an almost signed and sealed deal between Sun Microsystems had fallen through. Questions immediately turned to what struggling Sun was going to do next.
The New York Times today reports that IBM has withdrawn its offer of $7bn for Sun Microsystems.
Intel has officially launched its latest Nehalem-based Xeon processors, the single-socket 3500 and dual-socket 5500 series for servers and workstations.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Power Pack 2 for Windows Home Server, a collection of important new features and bug fixes for the consumer-oriented server operating system the company first shipped...
Samsung reported that it has shipped the world's first (and smallest) high-density 16 GB DDR3 module.
Several reports today say that IBM is in talks to purchase Sun Microsystems for a rumored $6.5 billion dollars.
HP's MediaSmart Servers are basically low-power PCs running Windows Home Server software from a corner of your house. Ed Tittel takes his apart and shows you how to upgrade (and benchmark) the machine's memory,...
Fusion-io has joined forces with Hewlett-Packard to create the HP StorageWorks IO Accelerator, using Fusion-io's ioMemory technology for BladeSystem c-Class servers.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has indicated to investors that Microsoft is preparing to release a low-cost, low-end version of Windows Server with stripped functionality.
With all the talk of Windows 7, we shouldn’t forget that Microsoft is still supporting the currently existing operating systems of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Hewlett-Packard is now set to sell and support the popular Solaris operating system from Sun Microsystems on its line of ProLiant servers at the same level it currently does with Microsoft Windows.
Red Hat, well known for its Linux based operating system and middleware now wants to be more of a player in the Virtualization market.
Fabless chip design company Marvell unveiled a new concept for a computer that fits inside the palm of your hand, or on your wall socket.
This week at the VMworld Europe 2009 show, the topic of cloud computing was high on VMware's list of things to talk about--and talk it did. In the process of discussing its plans for virtualization and cloud...
AMD has shown off its first working demonstration of its counterpunch to Intel, a six-core Opteron processor code-named “Istanbul”.
Intel hasn't announced it yet, but the company's newest SSD product has leaked to a few European online stores-- a 64 GB version of the company's X-25E line of solid-state drives.
Sunday South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor said that it has developed the world's highest-density memory chip built on 40nm process technology.
Optical drive maker Lite-On revealed its plans to ship new internal DVD writers capable of speeds up to 24x
Promise is known for its RAID controllers, but how the company will fare long-term on the NAS market remains to be seen. We took a closer look at the first of its network storage offerings, the NS4300N
The U.S. government has tapped IBM for what will be the fastest supercomputer ever built.
Macworld is reporting that Intel plans to detail an eight-core Xeon processor at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco next month.