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Enterprise SSD controller being jointly developed by Samsung and Seagate
As we've learned from testing a multitude of solid-state disks, controller technology can play a big role in defining overall drive performance. The number of...
Xeon 5600 series brings six-core chips to 2P systems
Intel's gradual roll-out of 32-nm microprocessors has already paid dividends on the desktop, and...
Dell workstations start carrying Nvidia Tesla processors
Nvidia has landed a big design win with its Tesla "GPU computing processors." According to the company, Dell has begun offering Tesla C1060 cards...
FirePro cards carry new GPUs into workstations
Fresh from the launch of its cheap Radeon HD 4600-series desktop graphics cards, AMD has gone on to bolster its workstation graphics lineup with...
Nvidia launches big box o' workstation GPUs
In a bid to run Crysis at Very High settings in DirectX 10 at 1920x1200, NVIDIA is launching its...
Workstation market saw huge growth last quarter
The workstation market saw massive growth in the third quarter, according to a report by market research firm Jon Peddie Research. JPR says 763,000...
|Qualcomm readies up 48-core Centriq 2400 ARM server chip||10|
|Deals of the week: laptops and spinning storage||0|
|BitFenix Shogun chassis goes for internal and external coolness||1|
|AMD and Intel join forces for a bundle of hardware and games||34|
|Report: Samsung Galaxy S8 may go into full-screen mode||20|
|Gigabyte XK700 keyboard will challenge your limits||20|
|Microsoft and Intel set to bring AR to the people with Project Evo||10|
|Global VR Association hits the road with Sony and Samsung in tow||3|
|Fitbit buys Pebble, leaving watch owners in the lurch||19|
|The little 1.5-GHz Celeron isn't likely to set anyone's pants on fire with its performance. Not setting pants on fire can be a good thing you know. --...||+42|