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Report: Qualcomm Dropping ARM Server Chips

ARM Holding’s efforts to break Intel Corp.’s grip on the server chip market and dominance in the datacenter has apparently taken another hit with a report that Qualcomm Inc. ...Full Article

SRC Enters Commercial Hyperscale Space with Saturn 1 Server

A long-time staple in the world of defense contracting computing, SRC Computers today made its first foray into the commercial space with the introduction of a hyperscale server. Named ...Full Article

Intel Looks to Secure Containers

The world's largest chipmaker is entering the application container fray this week with the introduction of Intel Clear Containers, an outgrowth of its lightweight Linux operating system development effort ...Full Article

Hyperscale Users, Upstart Sellers Drive Server Growth In Q3

The server market is splitting into segments that do not track along with one another anymore. Hyperscale companies that build massive public clouds, consumer-facing applications, or a little of ...Full Article

Uncle Sam Approves IBM X86 Server Biz Sale To Lenovo

Big Blue has cleared the last major hurdle block its proposed $2.3 billion sale of its System x X86 server business and the licensing of key software and storage ...Full Article

IBM Systems Biz Stabilizes In Q2

The systems business at IBM started to stabilize in the second quarter, with X86 servers and mainframes showing improvements and entry Power Systems machines based on the company’s Power8 ...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

The Rise Of Server Upstarts

The battle between the tier one incumbent server makers and Cisco Systems and the custom server makers continued in the first quarter of the year, and the upstarts are ...Full Article

IBM X86 Server Deal With Lenovo Is ‘On Track’

IBM and Lenovo Group have said very little about the progress of the $2.3 billion deal that will see the Chinese company take over IBM's X86 server business. But ...Full Article

AMD To Unify X86, ARM Systems With SkyBridge

Chip maker AMD wants the world to know that it is not just dabbling in ARM processors, but rather intends to make ARM chips peers to its X86 products. ...Full Article
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