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Hardware: A Building Block for IoT Security

For all its promise, the Internet of Things packs a lot of fears. Most recently, of course, two hackers completely immobilized a Jeep Cherokee as a driver headed down ...Full Article

ThunderX ARM Has Datacenter Muscle

The third 64-bit ARM processor aimed at datacenter workloads has just entered the field now that Cavium Networks, a maker of multicore chips aimed at networking and other embedded ...Full Article

ARM Servers To Get Muscle From Microsoft?

Microsoft is reportedly – and not unexpectedly – developing a variant of the Windows Server operating system that runs on ARM server processors. Bloomberg reports that Microsoft has a ...Full Article

AMD, Canonical Do OpenStack In A Box

The developers behind OpenStack have come a long way in adding fit and finish to successive releases of the cloud controller, but it is still a pain in the ...Full Article

AMD Details “Seattle” ARM Server Chip

The annual Hot Chips conference is underway this week in Silicon Valley, and there is not much on the enterprise front on day one. Japanese supercomputer makers NEC and ...Full Article

AMD Accelerates Chip Testing With Flash Storage

Like most large enterprises, chip maker AMD has some big central systems that it uses to run its core business, and on top of that, it has a cluster ...Full Article

Russia Launches ARM Chip Effort To End X86 Dependence

The Russian government is reportedly preparing to say "nyet" to American-made microprocessors, planning instead to replace Intel and AMD chips with a homegrown CPU based on an alternative architecture ...Full Article

AMD Reorganizes, SeaMicro Founder Takes A Break

Chip and server maker AMD has reorganized its operations, setting the stage for a key executive who was brought in to run the company's business units to one day ...Full Article

Cavium ThunderX ARM Chip Rumbles Into Hyperscale

It is not a coincidence that Cavium, a maker of MIPS processors aimed at networking equipment and other embedded uses chose the Computex 2014 conference in Taipei, Taiwan to ...Full Article

Firing Up 75K VMs On OpenStack In An Afternoon

Running distributed applications on cloud computing capacity means, in theory, that IT shops never have to do capacity planning again. For large enough aggregations of lines of business inside ...Full Article
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