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Unisys phasing out decades-old mainframe processor for x86 chips

Unisys is shifting to Intel's Xeon chips for its flagship servers, like most major server makers.

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Bing gets a performance boost from reconfigurable chips

In a project called Catapult, Microsoft is using field-programmable chips to speed up certain tasks

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Fujitsu's 56Gbps circuit doubles communication speeds between CPUs

Fujitsu says its 56 Gbps chips could rival 4X FDR InfiniBand and should be ready for servers within three years

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Chinese server vendors rise on demand from local Internet giants

China's "hyperscale" server segment is fast-growing, and adding to the demand, according to IDC

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Dell executive says HP's new Machine architecture is 'laughable'

John Swainson says HP just wants "bragging rights," mocking the company's research effort.

HP says 'The Machine' will supercharge Android phones to 100TB

HP says its new computer architecture could massively increase the storage in mobile devices.

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HP's 'Machine' is a big bet on the future of server hardware

The system could be a game changer but won't get to market for a few years or more

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Many servers expose insecure out-of-band management interfaces to the Internet

Design and implementation flaws in the Intelligent Platform Management Interface puts many servers at risk, security researcher says

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Hands-on: Intel's first Broadwell tablet is thinner than iPad Air but feels faster than a PC

Intel's first tablet with the Broadwell chip is thinner than the iPad Air

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Cavium packs 48 cores into ThunderX ARM chips

The 64-bit ARM SOCs are expected in production systems next year

Intel to show thin tablet-laptop hybrid with delayed Broadwell chip

The 2-in-1 points to Broadwell laptops and tablets being available by year end

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AppliedMicro to crank up mobile chips to 16 cores for servers

AppliedMicro is sharing details about its X-Gene 2 and X-Gene 3 ARM server chips ahead of Computex

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Intel product line aims to open faster path for carmakers

Intel also has invested in a Japanese company that has developed a self-driving car.