Three former Apple chip architects have launched the Nuvia startup to create a server processor that can take on Intel and AMD in the data center.
Intel has announced EoL for the boxed Intel Xeon E-2274G server-grade CPU launched earlier this month.
Microsoft Azure announced that it's the first public cloud services company to offer instances powered by AMD's latest Rome Epyc server processors.
Kaspersky uncovered a new advanced persistent threat group, Dark Universe, that had been operating in the dark for eight years.
A new variant of MegaCortex ransomware now locks users out of their Windows accounts and threatens to make their stolen files in public.
A leaked diagram of a Supermicro motherboard suggests the upcoming Whitley server platform for Cooper Lake-SP and Ice Lake-SP will support PCIe 4.0.
Netflix increased its encrypted video data bandwidth for its AMD Epyc and Intel Xeon-based servers from 100 Gbps or less to 200 Gbps.
Attackers have started exploiting the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability in the wild, according to security researchers.
Microsoft offered developers details about new DirectX 12 ray tracing features included with Windows 10 20H1 builds.
Microsoft's Threat Experts managed threat hunting service is now available to all Microsoft Defender ATP customers.
AMD's recent contract winning streak is largely due to the impressive performance and value that its second-gen Epyc server processors offer.
Red Hat revealed new performance world records for some data center-specific workloads that ran on AMD's latest Epyc Rome processors.
Intel's server-grade processors suffer from a vulnerability dubbed NetCAT, due to issues with technologies primarily found in DDIO and RDMA.
Recent AMDGPU driver patches reveal PCI IDs for four different Navi-powered workstation graphics cards.
Exim developers announced that they've released a patch for a dangerous security flaw in their email server software that impacts millions of email servers.
Fortinet and Pulse Security customers that haven't updated their VPN servers are now at risk of being targeted by APT5.
Nreal Light MR glasses will be able to tether to a PC, pointing to greater computing power and battery life and potential for advanced enterprise-grade apps.
Eclypsium researchers uncover new ways to remotely attack Supermicro's servers in "USBAnywhere" security vulnerability.
Dell announced two new Latitude Chromebook Enterprise devices, a clamshell and a 2-in-1, to welcome Google's attempt to bring Chrome OS to the business market.
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