While a higher density cable offers greater headway for future expansion, widespread deployment is inextricably tied to the cost of the technology.
Intel this week took the wraps off the Xeon E7 V2 processor, which features 15-cores designed to handle the kind of workload associated with big data.
KVM stands for keyboard, video and mouse, and are traditionally hardware appliances that can connect to dozens or even hundreds of servers.
Top news stories for Jan. 21, 2014.
Expect to see quad-core Atom processors coming to Android tablets in Q2 this year, says Intel CEO Brian Krzanich in a comment made during a conference call with analysts.
Intel, this week, took the wraps off Edison, a micro-computer housed entirely within the form factor of a standard SD card.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Tuesday, 12/17 including: the ever-evolving leadership of BlackBerry, acquisitions plans by Intel in order to become power player in the mobile chip industry, the rollercoaster of tablet sales, plans for mobile ad revenue to blast off and who is being affected by the strong malware found by security firm Lookout that allows attackers to make phone calls through your device.
Intel announced a new generation of chips aimed at the networking market, where the company currently holds just 5 percent market share.
The market for mobile broadband modems and routers will decline slightly this year, according to the latest stats from market research firm ABI Research.
Quick takes on Friday, 11/8 news: Fire damages Internet Archive; Intel's futures shares his vision; Business intelligence slow to take root in Europe; Lack of challenging work hurting IT retention.