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December 2, 2010 by

The wonderment of Apple

Apple's current success is truly astounding when you consider the state of the company in 2000. Today, they are the company that essentially owns that segment willing to pay most for client device customizations.

September 11, 2007 by

Sun shows 2U 16-core Barcelona server with FSB1600

After last week's launch of Sun's 2U 16-core Intel Tigerton server last week, Sun followed up with an AMD Barcelona version last night at AMD's Barcelona launch.  Sun kept the same compact 2U footprint while keeping all the features.

September 5, 2007 by

Sun packs big bang in tiny 2U Intel 7300 16-core server

One of the servers previewed at Intel's Caneland/Tigerton launch yesterday was Sun's full-blown 4-socket 16-core Intel Xeon MP 7300 series server.  What was unique about this server is the fact that it was the only 2U server shown yesterday with all the amenities you'd expect from a high-end 4-socket server to make an ex-IT guy like me blush.

January 11, 2007 by

iPhone wind-down

With a few days to digest iPhone-related information, many have made a more sober appraisal of its promise. That doesn't mean that the iPhone isn't an achievement in the art of hardware design.

June 28, 2006 by

An audio tour of C3's show floor

It's always hard to figure out how to dive into a trade show.  Do you go the appointment route and schedule nothing but back to back appointments who send you invitations ahead of time?

May 18, 2006 by

Sun's commitment to R&D, developers is too easily dismissed

Between the keynote "inquisition" of Sun's newly installed CEO Jonathan Schwartz at Gartner Symposium and the press conference that followed, I had a lot to think about on the flight home from San Francisco yesterday.  To be fair, the Gartner analysts (Paul McGuckin and Darryl Plummer) who put Schwartz on the hotseat had every right to ask the new chief executive how he plans to put the company on a profitable track.


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