Now that the dangers of an insecure session-layer security library are crystal clear to the world, Intel is one of the companies contributing improvements to its open source version.
Special coverage of the CPU maker's invitation-only event may reveal whether Xeon-based servers, available before the end of this year, could accelerate SDN and NFV.
Intel's new solid state drives offer onboard hardware-based encryption and greater reliability than ever.
Intel, the chip powerhouse for PCs, has been struggling to gain a significant foothold in the mobile chip market dominated by Qualcomm.
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HP CEO Meg Whitman says the tech giant will cut between 11,000 to 16,000 jobs in all business units and locations around the world as part of a growing restructuring effort--adding to the growing list of tech firms announcing workforce reductions.
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Due to its leading position as a smartphone and LTE baseband processor supplier, Qualcomm convincingly retained the third spot in the global semiconductor market, posting $17.2 billion in revenue last year, up 30.6 percent year-over-year.
Intel is being very hush-hush on how big a dowry it paid to partner up with cash-hungry, over-achiever, Cloudera. This way Intel can focus on its core business while still fanning the big data flames that ignites server sales without getting lost in the smoke of building that fire. Hortonworks is probably crying at the wedding though.