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China's chip investments potentially more good than bad for TSMC

TSMC is hoping it has more to gain than lose from China's investments into its local semiconductor industry

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Dell appoints server chief in leadership shuffle

Dell veteran Ashley Gorakhpurwalla will run the company's server business following the departure of Forrest Norrod

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Micron provides a software view into new co-processor

A software kit for programmers should give developers an idea how the co-processor could work

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VCE rolls out an all-in-one system with EMC's all-flash XtremIO array

The joint venture also refreshed the large-scale 700 line and smaller 200 series

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Dell expands stable of ARM server prototypes, but is not shipping products yet

Dell has developed a prototype ARM storage server for customers to play with

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Redfish spec wiggles servers free from vendor lock-in

A new, smarter, out-of-band communications specification aims to replace the aging, fragmented IPMI

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IBM pumping more horsepower into Watson successors

IBM is adopting a new interconnect and making memory improvements for new Power servers due in 2016

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Cisco and Netgear line up behind new Helix 64-bit ARM chips

AppliedMicro is looking to disrupt the embedded chip market with the new SOC

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After a long road to the server market, ARM CEO Segars looks ahead

At TechCon this week, ARM will celebrate and show off hard-won successes.

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Lenovo set to complete acquisition of IBM x86 server business

Lenovo is paying US$2.1 billion to buy IBM's x86 server business

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Intel investing $1.5 billion in two Chinese chip firms

Intel is targeting China's booming mobile market

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ARM's new processor could usher in feature-rich robots, appliances, wearables

ARM's M7 processor could make drones more agile

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Qualcomm shows its Snapdragon 810 in action

The brief demonstration shows that Qualcomm thinks HD graphics will set it apart from rivals.