After taking a first look at Intel's Xeon E5 processors, we wanted to round up a handful of dual-socket barebones platforms to see which vendor sells the best match for Sandy Bridge-EP-based chips. Intel, Supermicro, and Tyan are here to represent.
HP today announced that it would lay off thousands of workers. The company today confirmed last week's rumors that it planned to cut between 8 and 10 percent of its workforce as part of a massive restructuring plan.
During GTC 2012, Supermicro showcased its latest graphics processing unit (GPU) enabled X9 server and workstation solutions.
Since attackers in a network cannot always be identified immediately and hacking methods tend to evolve faster than security features do, Microsoft proposes to trap intruders even in personal networks in honeypots.
Side-channel attacks are considered by many computer security experts as one of the greatest security risks in cloud computing.
Apple may be targeted by Greenpeace for using dirty coal to power its iCloud, but the company promises that it will soon be operating a new data center in Prineville, Oregon which will be running on 100 percent renewable energy.
IBM scored a contract to be exploring the feasibility of an exascale computer system that is powerful enough to collect and store the data generated by the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope.
Lantronix announced the xPico, which the company claims is the world's smallest embedded device server.
Intel is preparing a wave of new server processors for the first half of 2012: 20 new CPUs in Q1 and another 20 new models in Q2, according to Digitimes.
Nvidia says gaming systems of 2019 will be able to render today's cut-scenes and cinematics in real-time, and reach a performance of "tens of teraflops."