ChIPMonk is a program to enable the visualization and analysis of ChIP-on-chip data. It's main features are import of data from Nimblegen...
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The Xeon processor D product family addition also means big things for Intel's Internet of Things strategy.
Intel's data center unit remains strong due to custom chips for cloud deployments, build-outs and networking functions virtualization.
Calxeda was once the harbinger of ARM architecture chips in the data center. Now that the promising startup has gone out of business, what does it mean for microservers?
Last year, the term du jour in enterprise tech was big data. Now, it's advanced analytics.
EZHostCheck is a tool created in response to the many tools that already existed that were in my opinion overly complex and costly....
Here's a look at the fallout should Google go with custom ARM chips in its data centers.
In China, Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Note 2 smartphones were found to have faulty data storage chips. State-owned TV pushed the company to provide a solution.
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Silicon Valley is turning to Hadoop to tackle big data, and Intel is attempting to get involved at ground level through integration on its chips.
HP is attempting to meet the the demands of big data by offering a server that combines advanced multicore chips from Intel and Nvidia with large storage capabilities.
The Victorian privacy commissioner has said that he may support the proposed data retention legislation, if it is only implemented in a limited fashion and results in the introduction of mandatory data breach notification laws.
Big Blue unveils memory chip technology which can store information as magnetic patterns on tiny wires, giving faster data access speeds than hard drives, flash disks, according to report.
Desktops and laptops might be overlooked amid fervor over mobile devices currently but PC market still has room to grow profitably, particularly in emerging markets, says exec.
IBM will integrate cryptography technology from Security First into its next generation of high-input/output wire-speed processor chips, ultimately to provide better data security in the cloud
Increasing data requirements, especially unstructured information such as video, are going to relegate relational databases to the enterprise scrapheap, as an emerging breed of vendors chips away at traditional software powers.
The MIT offshoot, which designs chips that scale from 16 to 100 distinct compute cores, is taking on Intel in processors for cloud-computing tasks such as analysis of big data
You'll have heard of Nvidia, the graphics and mobile chip maker. Until today, you won't have heard of Icera, which hails from Bristol and makes data chips for mobiles.
IBM's just-announced manufacturing process for making chips with terabit transfer speeds is not the only one around, nor is it the most advanced, Intel has argued.Both Intel and IBM are in the process of developing technology for making chips that can use pulses of light, rather than electricity, to transfer data.
IBM has developed technology to manufacture chips that use optical rather than electrical communications devices, promising significantly greater speeds of data transfer between processors
When Verizon flips the switch this weekend on its 4G technology, called LTE, don't expect the data speeds on your Android or Blackberry smartphones to suddenly get faster. Phones embedded with LTE chips don't exist yet - and won't be around until next year sometime.
The Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform takes over as Hitachi Data Systems' flagship storage system, adding extra capacity, Intel chips, more focus on virtualisation and Dynamic Tiering technology
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