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AMD has big plans for ARM in microservers, embedded and low-power clients. But where does that leave the mainstream PC and server markets?
The ARM server specialist plans to release a new 32-bit server next year, then will follow this in 2014 with a 64-bit capable server.
Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Acer will not be making ultrabook laptops using ARM chips until the launch of Windows 8, according to reports.A "high-ranked product strategy manager" from the company's ultrabook division said it would be unlikely that Acer will launch ultrabook devices before the arrival of Windows 8, according to ARMdevices.
The Department of Defence's peak technology strategy arm has started running the ruler over its cohort of technology suppliers as it considers establishing a new procurement panel for applications and systems integration services.
IT giant's software arm is worth US$3 billion in 2008, compared to US$1 billion in 2005, but HP remains cautious on cloud strategy, say company execs.
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A financial investment firm from Boston, Jantz Morgan, is turning to IBM's green consulting services arm (aka IBM's business strategy consulting practice) to help it integrate the idea of sustainability into its corporate operations.The focus will go beyond the company's impact on the environment; it will also examine the way the firm contributes to the community and treats its employees (not necessarily in that order of importance).
ARM Research analyst and SAP watcher Bruce Richardson offers his top ten list of takeaways from SAP's Sapphire conference last week. His conclusion:We are seeing is the maturation of SAP’s strategy around business process platforms and enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA).
Display maker ViewSonic announced Monday that it received funding from Intel Capital, the investment arm of Intel. ViewSonic will use the funds to develop future display technologies. ViewSonic manufactures CRT (cathode ray tube) monitors, flat-panel displays and projectors. Intel's funding strategy is meant to increase sales of PCs as well as the sale of its processors, which are at the heart of most PCs. Neither company would disclose the details of the investment. --Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet News
This morning's Guardian reports that BT is rethinking its future mobile strategy with a number of other papers predicting the wholesale spinning off of the company's BT Wireless arm as the UK telco looks to overcome its escalating debts.
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