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Xilinx chip

Xilinx Puts FPGAs Into Accelerator Cards for Data Centers

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The new Alveo products will help organizations embrace programmable chips for such workloads as machine learning inference and data analytics.
Xilinx Versal

Xilinx Unveils Versal for AI Workload Acceleration

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At its XDF event, the FPGA maker debuted the first products from its Everest project for creating a heterogeneous acceleration platform.
Intel

Intel Plans Strategy for Meeting Demand for PC, Server Chips

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A resurgent PC market is putting pressure on the chip maker's manufacturing capabilities, but the interim CEO says the company will hit its revenue goals.
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Why Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Is Gaining a Business Following

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PRODUCT REVIEW: Once you get used to using it, Samsung's S pen becomes a truly important part of the user experience, or UX, as it’s commonly called. A bonus is that the integrated tylus includes Bluetooth Low-Energy connectivity to add a wider range of on-screen presentation and creativity...
FancyBear.hackers

New Russian Malware Can Embed Itself in PC Firmware

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The new malware is called LoJax because it infiltrates a computer’s firmware in a manner similar to the popular LoJack security software.
Michael Dell

Why Dell Is Reportedly Reconsidering Another IPO

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Company officials are talking about going public through an IPO after hedge funds balk at a proposal to buy tracking stock tied to VMware, reports say.
iPhoneXS

Why the iPhone XS Is More Than a Minor Upgrade

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PRODUCT REVIEW: The iPhone X was a good phone for business. The iPhone XS and XS Max are even better.
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Eight New Technologies That Are Changing Video Production

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Technologies that are transforming data centers in other sectors are enabling television and video teams to produce, edit, finish and deliver clearer, crisper and more lifelike content faster and at lower cost.
Puget.workstation

Product Test and Review: Puget Systems Workstation

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PRODUCT TEST AND REVIEW: This is bespoke computing at its best as Puget Systems works to design exactly the right workstation for your professional computing needs.
Ampere chip

Startup Ampere Releases First Arm-Based Server Chips

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The company, led by ex-Intel executive Renee James, is aiming its new eMAG processors at hyperscale and edge computing environments.
Apple.iOS12

Apple iOS 12 Not Flashy but Has Improved Security, Performance

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NEWS ANALYSIS: New security features in iOS 12 plus easier access to security will help enterprise users protect their data, while performance improvements will help them keep devices in service longer.
Nvidia Tesla

Nvidia Aims Tesla T4 GPUs at AI Inferencing in Data Centers

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The GPUs are based on the company's new Turing architecture for faster inferencing performance over CPUs and previous GPUs, CEO Jensen Huang said.

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