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New products include a 450-pound, ballistically hardened “data bunker” storage appliance and cloud-based data-protection software. The company had not been in the cloud-software business previously.
Several signs are pointing to the imminent release of the next major Windows 10 feature update.
Samsung has extended its premium laptop line with two new Windows 10 models, the Notebook 3 and the Notebook 5 that give buyers a number of equipment options include Intel quad-core or dual core processors as well as dual solid-state drives and hard drive storage.
With its trim all-in-one design, high-powered features and affordable price tag, the Acer Aspire S24 PC has a good chance of winning some enterprise sales from market leaders HP, Lenovo or Dell.
While many existing SSDs focus on speed, the DC100 is optimized for capacity and efficiency.
Two more Epson scanners now work directly with content management applications from document flow vendor Digitech.
IBM is seeing numerous projects under way using both Power8 and Power9, which was launched only last December. It published a list at OpenPower Summit detailing more than 100 solutions developed in partnerships with companies such as Google, Xilinx, Broadcom, Hitachi and others.
An ACAP is suited to accelerate a large set of applications in the emerging era of big data and artificial intelligence. These use cases include video transcoding, database, data compression, search, AI inference, genomics and others.
DAILY VIDEO: Trump steps in and blocks Broadcom's takeover of Qualcomm, and Salesforce reaches out to small businesses with Essentials CRM.
In a presidential order, POTUS said “there is credible evidence” that led him to believe the $117 billion acquisition of San Diego, Calif.-based Qualcomm by Broadcom “might take action that threatens to impair the national security of the United States.”
Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) were neck-and-neck in the worldwide server market based on revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017.
For the past three months since it first went on sale, anyone who wanted to buy Microsoft's Surface Pro with LTE had to show that they qualified as a business customer. But now it’s available to all. Here are eWEEK’s first impressions of this 2 in 1 hybrid tablet.