The vendor's Dynamic Path Control feature ensures applications are routed to the fastest, least congested and most available paths.
The vendor's semiconductor revenues will jump 109.2 percent this year thanks to growing demand for DRAM and NAND flash memory in mobile devices.
Rising stock prices and possibly rejoining a blue-chip index in France are good news for the embattled company.
An Ovum survey found that 68 percent of consumers would rather use a PC than a mobile device to shop online.
The WD Black2 gives consumers and service providers storage options for their desktop PCs, notebooks and all-in-ones.
Heading off speculation from a recent report, a company official says 128-bit ARM-based chips aren't needed in the industry.
All of the top 10 most energy efficient computers on the Green500 list are heterogeneous systems, running both CPUS and GPU accelerators.
The money from the DOE is aimed at research into interconnect architectures needed for exascale computing.
The first of the Intel Experience Stores will open Nov. 23 in New York City, followed by stores in Chicago and Venice, Calif.
The Viridis 2.0 includes Calxeda's ARM-based EnergyCore ECX-2000 SoCs and offers improvements in performance and memory over the current system.
Cray's Framework for Hadoop will make it easier for organizations to leverage the systems for scientific big data workloads, officials say.
Shaygan Kheradpir will replace Kevin Johnson, who announced in July that he would retire once a successor was found.
Douglas Murray will run a company that has undergone a series of changes over the past year, including adopting a new SDN strategy.
The giant tech vendor will spread the investment over five years and expects the first commercial 5G network deployment by 2020.
The new group comes weeks after Intel unveiled its latest efforts for the Internet of Things and Cisco unveiled its own IoT unit.