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PRODUCT NEWS RESOURCE PAGE: XFMEXPRESS chips were developed to improve the performance of next-generation mobile and embedded applications. It is about the size of a thumbnail yet holds a half-terabyte of data storage, with a full 1TB on the roadmap.
PRODUCT RESOURCE PAGE: Over the years the average performance for AMD's data center chips has improved around 15% per year. This new generation blows the curve out; instead of 15% year-over-year improvement, it is closer to 100%.
MOBILE PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Lenovo Smart Tab has similar specs to the Amazon Fire HD 10, but it also has some unique capabilities, making its near-$300 price worth the delta for some uses--particularly in the office.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS AND RESOURCE PAGE: RTX Studio Line laptops, based on NVIDIA’s Ray Tracing engine, provide workstation-like, targeted performance without turning the laptop into something too heavy, too expensive and too power-hungry for general day-to-day use.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM’s decision to operate Red Hat as a distinct business unit managed by the company’s current executive team is a wise move that should assure clients and partners that IBM’s and Red Hat’s dedication to customers’ freedom, choice and flexibility remains intact.
PRODUCT REVIEW: A 15-inch laptop is a size best for those who need the bigger screen and more power; however, there are tradeoffs in cost, weight and battery life.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Composable fabric, new cloud storage options and services open doors for updating legacy data center equipment.
TREND ANALYSIS: The 2019 edition of Cisco Live underscored that the transformation of the company is indeed complete.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: NVIDIA's DGX SuperPod, a massive supercomputer for simulation, costs in the neighborhood of $30 million and, in theory, obsoletes every other visual simulation platform at scale in the market.
TREND ANALYSIS: The future of commercial supercomputing may finally be near. Despite years of rosy predictions, significant CAPEX investments and painful energy-related OPEX costs have limited businesses’ interest in these solutions. With Pangea III, IBM has proved that it can successfully...
BYOD (bring your own device) to work is fast on the way out. There are too many security pitfalls and risks for an enterprise to endure. It's better to invest in a mobile device management system that can handle all devices a company hands out to its employees plus those random rebels who keep...
PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: This week at Computex, NVIDIA effectively answered the question: What would happen if you targeted developers who prefer Apple laptops with a solution that was specifically designed for them?