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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Take a closer look at Lenovo’s latest data center solutions and how they make the most out of AMD’s new EPYC silicon.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: To move ahead with DT initiatives and achieve positive outcomes, enterprises are looking for platform-automation capability that allows them to optimize end-to-end operations.
eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: The two largest cloud computing vendors are similar in many ways, yet there are clear differentiators that make a difference to most potential customers. Find out which characteristics work--or don't work--for your company.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: This is a complex migration that, if not done properly, can have a significant negative impact on a business.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Commvault is a recognized global leader in enterprise class backup, recovery, and data management across cloud and on-premises environments, and its products are improved continually.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Dell’s Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is a terrific addition to the company’s venerable commercial notebook line that is worthy of admiration and respect.
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%.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Kemp offers relief to the pains of multi-cloud environments with innovative application delivery control and load balancing tools that keep administrators in the know.
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.