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DDR4 memory for desktops expected to arrive in third quarter

Crucial will ship DDR4 DIMMs at around the time Intel ships chipsets compatible with the memory.

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Intel integrates high-end PC graphics processors into Xeon server chips

Intel is putting its Iris Pro graphics processors into Xeon E3-v1200v3 server chips, which will be released later this year.

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HP expects first x86 Nonstop systems next year

Nonstop customers will get a path off of Intel's Itanium chip

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HP joins with Foxconn to build low-cost cloud servers

HP will tap Foxconn's manufacturing prowess to target cloud providers like Amazon and Google

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Google shows homegrown server with IBM Power chip

Google is showing off a Power8 motherboard at an IBM show in Las Vegas Monday

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With OpenPower, IBM tries to turn the tables on Intel

The company will license its new Power 8 chip to other companies to build hyperscale systems

Server makers rushing out Heartbleed patches

Dell, HP and IBM issue firmware and software updates for servers affected by the Heartbleed bug.

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The mainframe turns 50, or, why the IBM System/360 launch was the dawn of enterprise IT

In 1964, mainframes weren't new, but the System/360 revolutionized the computer industry

Mainframe at 50: A look back at a transformative computing triumph

IBM’s System/360 was a computing system that not only transformed the company that developed it, but the computer industry as a whole.

IBM's mainframe turns 50

On April 7, 1964, IBM announced the System/360 -- regarded by many as the first modern mainframe. Despite repeated predictions of their demise, mainframes still power much of today's critical infrastructure.

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Fifty years on, mainframer remembers 'a fantastic time to be an engineer'

The IBM System/360 revolutionized business computing with the first set of compatible, scalable systems

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Nvidia announces Pascal GPU, $3K Titan Z graphics card

Nvidia paves the way for future photorealistic rendering on servers and workstations with announcements that include a new chip architecture, a massive graphics card, plus embedded boards and appliances.

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Servergy becomes first company outside of IBM to build Power server

IBM's Power architecture expands its wings to Servergy's Cleantech Server CTS-1000 blade server

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Lenovo rallies troops after rivals swoop on IBM server deal

The move follows Meg Whitman portraying HP as a 'paragon of stability'

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Huawei expands partnership with SAP, launches new HANA hardware

The two companies work well together because they have very complimentary product portfolios, according to SAP