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Intel stresses in-memory computing with 15-core server chip

Intel's Xeon E7 v2 chips will go into servers with up to 32 sockets.

Intel moves deeper into software with server KVM tool

Intel said its Virtual KVM Gateway is server-agnostic and can handle up to 50 sessions simultaneously.

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For-pay firmware fallout: HP will provide free security updates for server buyers

The company said it will provide security and safety updates to all server users

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HP starts charging for server firmware updates

Hewlett-Packard says its firware updates for servers are valuable intellectual property, and soon the company will charge for access.

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Storage and servers will help boost IT spending, says IDC

There's significant pent-up demand in the U.S. and Europe for infrastructure upgrades, capacity and bandwidth investments, according to IDC

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Microsoft's Scott Guthrie takes over Satya Nadella's previous role

Guthrie has been appointed as acting lead of cloud and enterprise, Microsoft said

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Fujitsu optical connector may cut server connectivity costs

Connector eliminates need for costly polishing.

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AMD debuts first ARM processor

Samples of the Opteron four- and eight-core, 64-bit A1100 Series ARM processors will ship to AMD partners this quarter.

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Microsoft cloud server designs for Facebook's Open Compute Project

Microsoft also aims to set up an open-source software community in the Open Compute Project

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Lenovo agrees to buy IBM's server business for $2.3 billion

IBM calls it quits in low-end servers.

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IBM's low-end server business back in play; Dell, Fujitsu, Lenovo circling

Reports say IBM's low-end server business is back on the table

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AMD slows new Opteron 6300 chips to match workloads

AMDs new Opteron 6300 processors have a slower clock speed to reduce power consumption.

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IBM X series servers now pack Flash into speedy DIMM slots

IBM will offer X servers in both four-socket and eight-socket configurations