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IBM’s Blade 30% More Energy Efficient Than HP’s

IBM announced today that its BladeCenter system uses up to 30 percent less energy than HP BladeSystem. Based on internal IBM testing, IBM's AMD Opteron-based BladeCenter (LS21) within the BladeCenter system uses up to 30 percent less energy than the comparable HP AMD Opteron-based BladeSystem (BL465c) in the HP c-Class

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TyanPSC Typhoon T-600 Series

TyanPSC, the OEM business unit of Tyan Computer Corporation, today announced the launch and availability of the next generation in personal supercomputing: the Typhoon 600 series using Intel Xeon 5300 “Clovertown” processors. Features are 256 gigaflops peak performance, 1400 Watts max, plugs into standard wall outlet, Small form factor, portable,

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EPA Sets New Standard For Energy Efficient PCs

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the first update in seven years to its Energy Star program for power saving PCs. On average, the revised requirements for the Energy Star program will require PCs to be 65 percent more power efficient than current models. The new requirements call for

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Dell Unveils AMD Opteron 2P/4P Servers

Dell unveiled the PowerEdge 6950 and PowerEdge SC1435 along with the integration of Dell OpenManage(TM) and Oracle Enterprise Manager at a press conference at Oracle OpenWorld. The Dell PowerEdge 6950 is a four-socket server designed for demanding enterprise applications such as database, server consolidation, virtualization and migration from costly RISC-based

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NVIDIA Quadro Plex VCS Shipping

NVIDIA today announced the Quadro Plex 1000, the world’s first dedicated visual computing system (VCS) delivering a quantum leap in visual computing, is now shipping in volume and available directly from the NVIDIA store at the Company Web Site or authorised partners. The NVIDIA Quadro Plex VCS, available in three

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VoodooPC Acquired by HP

Gaming PC manufacturer VoodooPC has been acquired by HP. After the acquisition is completed VoodooPC will remain the same. Its offices will remain in Calgary with the same primary focus on building customized gaming machines. As a result of the acquisition Sood will become the Chief Technologists while Ravi Sood

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Computex Special : TYAN Most Powerful Personal Supercomputer

Tyan has announced new Typhoon™ Personal Supercomputer (PSC) embedded with Intel® processor built specifically to answer the budding IT market requirement for High-Performance computing platforms, powerful, portable super computer that is quiet, low heat and designed for use in the office without the need for extra power. The highest configuration

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TYAN Bensley Platforms

For high-end performance servers which need expansive I/O and full-scale capabilities there is the Tempest i5000PX (S5380) , and for entry to mid-range servers, the Tempest i5000VS (S5372) and the Tempest i5000VF (S5370) are the key solution. Both the S5380 and the S5370 are based on Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® processor

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Hell Freezes Over: Dell Goes AMD

Dell Computer today released its financial performance report for the quarter. But despite all the numbers, Dell has announced a major milestone in the history of the company: Dell will now start to offer AMD-based servers. (more…)

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Apple Tight Lipped About Upcoming Servers

Despite Apple's transition to Intel processors, a lot of questions are rising about Apple's line of servers. Since their introduction, Apple's servers have not been well embraced by the business community. In fact, some analysts say that Apple's sales of its Xservers account for only 1% of the company's total

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Customers losing business due to Internet downtime

Singapore, 19th April - customers of Internet Colocation provider SphereoSoft have been experiencing downtime for the past few days. SphereoSoft has been defaulting payment to their back-end infrastructure provider Pacific Internet Network Operations Center, and this resulted in Pacific Internet cutting off the internet lines to all customers of SphereoSoft.

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Sony may decrease PlayStation 2 Pricing

Sony Corp., the world’s leading maker of gaming consoles and consumer electronics, is projected to decrease pricing of its PlayStation 2 machines in a bid to be more competitive on the market and spur higher demand for the existing game machines. “Our industry checks indicate that Sony is planning to

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Microsoft to sponsor World Cyber Games

World Cyber Games said on Thursday that Microsoft Corp. has signed on as the premier sponsor for its global video game tournaments through 2008. Under the terms of the alliance, Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Games for Windows business units will provide hardware, games and marketing support for all World Cyber

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PathScale Says AMD Platform Superior for High Speed InfiniBand

High-speed clustering on 10Gbit InfiniBand proves superior on AMD platforms. During IDF, we had the pleasant experience of being able to speak with PathScale, a company with products that are shaping the landscape of high-speed networking and communications for clustering environments. These applications include biotech research, space research, large-scale 3D

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Panasonic’s DECT phone with Skype features?!

The Skype internet telephony protocol had gained quite a large acceptance over the short few years since it's debut. Now, Panasonic has a new cordless phone, that not only could do your regular landed line telephony, it also had WiFi and supports Skype telephony. Not only that this device doesn't

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Intel Formed Itanium Solutions Alliance

Senior executives from the Itanium® industry met today in San Francisco to lay out a united strategy for Itanium® solution delivery with a goal of mission critical computing market segment leadership by the end of the decade. To take advantage of the growing momentum in enterprise and technical computing environments

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