Don't-Miss Servers Stories
Intel's Knights Landing, which has new memory and interconnect technology, will be in supercomputers by the middle of 2015
Nvidia cancels plans to develop a 64-bit ARM chip for servers as questions linger about the viability of such products
Small server makers Cirrascale and E4 Engineering will be the first to ship 64-bit ARM servers
At some point, your infrastructure will look just like Google's, according to a senior executive at the search giant.
Intel is developing unique chips for particular customers that combine its Xeon processors with FPGAs
AMD is getting requests from game developers to port its Mantle API to Linux.
Unisys is shifting to Intel's Xeon chips for its flagship servers, like most major server makers.
In a project called Catapult, Microsoft is using field-programmable chips to speed up certain tasks
Fujitsu says its 56 Gbps chips could rival 4X FDR InfiniBand and should be ready for servers within three years
China's "hyperscale" server segment is fast-growing, and adding to the demand, according to IDC
John Swainson says HP just wants "bragging rights," mocking the company's research effort.
HP says its new computer architecture could massively increase the storage in mobile devices.
The system could be a game changer but won't get to market for a few years or more