If we really are in a post-PC era, someone forgot to tell Intel. The company's latest results show its traditional PC and server businesses remain strong, even as it prepares for a different world.
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Now that IBM has sold its Intel-based server business to Lenovo, Big Blue is taking the gloves off and trying to take business from the chip giant by positioning its Power8 processors as a more open option.
Cortado unveils Corporate Server 7.2 with collaboration, productivity, printing and admin enhancements
Cortado's on-premise enterprise mobility management solution gets smart sharing, smart filing, native iOS printing, Sharepoint integration, fast enrollment and managed apps for Samsung Android devices.
Mobile teamwork and collaboration is challenging. Cortado, in the business of making this easier, offers its Corporate Server 7.2, which adds native IOS printing and intelligent team file storage and sharing.
Google used IBM's Power8 processors on a server motherboard. Amazon is hiring ARM engineers. The common thread: Both cloud giants are looking to squeeze Intel.
Better power and performance of DDR4 technology is a critical requirement for the growing enterprise computing market and DDR4 delivers a power improvement of up to 35 percent compared to DDR3.
Apple, Intel, Salesforce.com, and now Microsoft are just a few of the big corporate names adding their voice forward to protest Arizona's SB 1062, a law that would allow employees and workplaces to discriminate against people based on their religious beliefs.
If you've ever worked in corporate IT, you know that nothing happens very fast. That's why you need to get started now in moving away from Windows Server 2003. It officially dies July 14, 2015.
Krzanich admitted that enterprise figures didn't live up to expectations because Intel "overestimated the rate of recovery among corporate buyers."
As organizations digest BYOD, they often turn to wrapping apps to make them available remotely. Cortado's Henning Volkmer thinks that approach is dead and suggests that a more centralized approach is better.
Mobile device/application management vendor updates its on-premise Windows-based solution to accommodate business features in Apple's upcoming mobile OS refresh.
Intel spells out its plans for the microserver market and how its new Avoton chip will help it see off the threat from ARM in the emerging ultra low-power server space.
Intel's Bay Trail processor will also give it some tablet momentum. Smartphone traction will remain tricky without ARM and an LTE modem.
Service Pack 3 is available for Suse Linux Enterprise Server - introducing support for new Intel, AMD and IBM hardware and increasing its virtualisation features.
Demand for low-power processors has driven Intel to push the power consumption of its E3 family of servers to below 15W.
The computer and server maker is working hard on a fix to a security flaw in one of its enterprise systems, which could allow unauthorized access to corporate data.
Servers are fun again as Intel and HP pitch new architectures for the datacenter. Server market upheaval is sure to follow---and probably rhyme with what the PC industry has seen.
With the next major spin of Intel server CPUs due later this year, HP’s customers have been waiting for HP’s next iteration of its core c-Class BladeSystem -- on the market for almost 7 years without any major changes to its basic architecture.
Can the emerging microserver market give ARM a way to compete with Intel in the server space, with the help of web giants such as Facebook?
Low-power servers will grab 10 percent of the server market in the next three years, with Intel and ARM already positioning themselves for the coming battle.
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