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How NVIDIA Is Strengthening Its Position in Supercomputing

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eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: The GPU market leader makes a number of announcements at International Supercomputing Conferences 2020.
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Key Takeaways From Cisco Systems Live 2020

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eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: At its annual user event—held in virtuality for the first time—Cisco provided the right mix of social and technical discussions.
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Why Qualcomm Will Be Big in Robotics, the Next IT Wave

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eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm has an impressive robotics offering in its RB5 robotics platform. The technology, when applied to a full product, has the capability of redefining what an autonomous machine, either fixed or mobile, can do.
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Intel Lakefield Hybrid Processor: Mobile, Cloud Desktops Get Interesting

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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Why this new Intel platform shifts the value proposition for laptop computers from Microsoft and Samsung—and maybe others—from system performance to network performance.
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How to Shift End-of-Life IT Hardware from Landfill to Secure Re-use

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eWEEK DATA POINTS: What enterprises need to consider as they evaluate their corporate sustainability policies.
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Cloudian Object Storage: Product Overview and Insight

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eWEEK PRODUCT OVERVIEW & INSIGHT: Cloudian’s global data fabric architecture enables enterprises to store, find and protect object and file data seamlessly across sites, both on-premises and in public clouds, within a single, unified platform.
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Dell's XPS 13 Laptop: Legit Power in a Small Package

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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: Although it looks like a lightweight laptop, the XPS 13's got 16GB of Intel’s new-gen Optane RAM and a half-terabyte of on-board storage, so if you need to keep video--and everybody’s keeping video these days--it’s optimal for that.
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Why NVIDIA Wins--and Will Continue To Win

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eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: Since its inception, NVIDIA has focused on the end user, whether it’s a developer or data scientist to ensure the buyers of their products can take full advantage of accelerated computing. This enables a wide range of use cases that aren’t possible to do with any kind...
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AMD, Dell Create Perfect-Storm AMD Laptop

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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Dell G5 15 SE provides gaming-level performance for a premium non-gaming PC price. With prices generally under $1,000, it offers performance consistent with a $1,500 gaming computer, but it looks like a regular business machine.
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Dell's XPS 17: New Laptop Standard for the COVID-19 Normal

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eWEEK PC PRODUCT REVIEW: Since we're not on planes as much anymore, it's time for a nice big laptop for working from home. This 17-incher serves almost as a workstation in a portable device.
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Microsoft's Surface Book 3: Revisiting the Innovative Modular Laptop

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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: The Surface Book 3 has a fully functioning tablet that can be removed when you need the tablet function. However, when connected to its high-performance base, it is like you added a supercharger; suddenly you have a high-performance notebook that is arguably a portable...
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Product Review: Samsung Galaxy S20 5G

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eWEEK MOBILE PRODUCT REVIEW: The sleek new smartphone does everything, does it better than “well” and is set up for 5G when it becomes the standard in the next few years.
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#eWEEKchat Tuesday, May 12: Trends in Mobile Apps, Devices

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#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Plan to join us on a new day, Tuesday, May 12, for an #eWEEKchat about trends in new-generation mobility applications and devices and how they're improving our lives.

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