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Cray Shasta

Cray Unveils Shasta, Its First Exascale Supercomputer

The hardware maker’s Shasta supercomputer will give organizations a single system that can run such modern workloads as AI and analytics at the same time.
Daily Tech Briefing Oct. 26, 2018

Atmosic Targets Battery-Free IoT Devices With Low-Power Chip Platform VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Startup Atmosic eyes battery-free IoT devices, and Oracle doubles down on cloud security with CASB, WAF and DDoS protection.

Taking a Closer Look at Mainframe Security

eWEEK DATA POINTS: Mainframes are strong and reliable, but that doesn’t mean they are impenetrable, however. Every platform has its risks, and the mainframe is no exception.

Dell Unveils New Rugged Enterprise Notebooks

NEW PRODUCT NEWS: The machines, which start at $1,399, include two revamped models and an all-new thinner and lighter version for mobile workers.
AMD Epyc

Oracle Brings AMD Epyc Chips to the Cloud

The giant tech vendor’s adoption of AMD’s server processors comes amid a larger cloud infrastructure push at the OpenWorld show.
Atmosic chip

Startup Atmosic Eyes Battery-Free IoT Devices

The company's Bluetooth 5-based low-power chip platforms aim to reduce power consumption in IoT devices to where batteries will no longer be needed.

Durabook Introduces S14I Semi-Rugged Laptop Starting at $1,849

The laptop, built for mobile enterprise field workers in non-office environmental conditions, will be available starting in November.

Google's Latest Pixel 3 Smartphones Coming Oct. 18

The new handsets both include 12.2-megapixel rear main cameras with autofocus, dual pixel phase detection and optical and electronic image stabilization, as well as front-facing 8-megapixel cameras with wide-angle and normal field of view capabilities.
Arm Neoverse

Arm Builds the Neoverse for Cloud, Edge Computing

At the company’s TechCon show, Arm officials unveil a roadmap for new compute platforms designed for a distributed world with trillions of connected devices.
PC sales

PC Market Holds Steady, but CPU Shortages a Concern, Analysts Say

Gartner and IDC said shipments of PCs stayed relatively flat in the third quarter, but that the impact of Intel chip shortages remains to be seen.
Daily Tech Briefing Oct. 11, 2018

Microsoft Upgrades Surface Line With More Powerful Machines VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft shakes up its Surface laptops with more powerful models, and KnowBe4 boosts security awareness training with Virtual Risk Officer.

Why Hyperconverged Infrastructure Is Gaining Trend Strength

eWEEK DATA POINTS: HCI offers a compelling solution for complex IT environments, and enterprises that were early adopters of the technology have taken its potential to the bank.

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