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Following up a new chip debuted for datacenters earlier this week, Intel dives deeper into its software-defined strategy.
ARM has bought the Finnish software firm Sensinode in an attempt to bolster its ability to capitalise on the growing Internet of Things services market.
Hardware technologies have provided an incredible innovation platform but it won't last forever. Where are the advances in software?
Technology giant Oracle will continue to build software for Intel's heavy-duty Itanium chip after HP won a court case forcing the company to adhere to its prior agreements.
HP and Oracle both seek a pretrial win in the upcoming Itanium case, over whether Oracle can end its software support for the heavy-duty Intel chip.
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HP has unveiled a project to bring two disparate chip architectures closer together, announcing some high-end x86-based servers while also working some of its high-end features for Itanium into x86 software
Intel is increasingly focusing on software as advances in chip architecture require sophisticated software apps to exploit their power.
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The British chip architecture firm ARM has bought Obsidian Software, a Texas-based processor verification and validation firm.The takeover will help ARM handle the increasing complexity of high-performance system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs, ARM said in a statement on Friday.
Oracle has decided to stop developing software for Intel's Itanium chip because it thinks the processor is "nearing the end of its life." Hewlett-Packard screams and Intel reiterates support for the Itanium. Here's what it all means.
Qualcomm is in the middle of a core race with the likes of Nvidia on the mobile front, but the company isn't sweating the competition. Qualcomm is betting on software and tight integration with its chips as a winning formula.
A Cambridge University researcher has published software and hardware details of a device that can be used to fool the encryption used in credit card chip-and-PIN transactions
Sometimes it seems that companies do something so monumentally bone-headed you have to wonder whether anyone is awake at the helm and OKing these crazy moves. Today brings word that chip giant Intel is allowing OEMs to sell CPUs with certain features locked - that the customer can unlock by paying $50 for a software code.
McAfee has not commented on the fate of its 150 local staff following the US$7.68 billion acquisition of the security software company by micro-chip giant Intel.
Chip giant Intel has thrown down $7.7 billion to buy security software firm McAfee ... why?
At the NewTeeVee Live conference in San Francisco, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch talks about how the company’s Flash software is coming to new devices such as game consoles, smartphones, and TVs. Lynch says Adobe is working with chip vendors and TV manufacturers on a variety of different television platforms to bring more interactivity to the living room.
The chip company has released updates to address privilege escalation holes in its chip software
The Nehalem EX chip will increase the number of cores inside a single chip from six to eight, while each core will be able to handle two threads of software
perspective The relentless increase of processors per chip will rapidly reach a point well beyond the levels for which key software has been engineered, says Gartner analyst.
Open source is the best tool yet developed for fighting this Moore's Second Law impact on software. By working together, by looking at one another's code, by transferring it instantly online, we are creating shared productivity that did not exist before. It's a shared monopoly, a software chip foundry.
OK, OK, we've all heard a gazillion and one things this week about why Nehalem, er the Intel Xeon processor 5500 series, is like, a total breakthrough in terms of energy efficiency. Intel calls the chip its most revolutionary product in the past 15 years (shades of Pentium) and all manner of software companies, including Sun Microsystems, are falling all over themselves to optimize their operating systems or applications for the platform.
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