Apple is now laying the groundwork for a smoother, more seamless transition from x86 to ARM.
Pixel or the Pi Improved Xwindows Environment, Lightweight, has arrived on PC. It’s a name that will be familiar with anyone who’s into Raspberry Pi.
The latest attempt at nailing the PC’s coffin down comes from Microsoft, which now seems intent on pushing Windows 10 to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform.
Setting alliance with Microsoft, Qualcomm has announced that Windows 10 will be coming to the next generation of Snapdragon processors.
The worldwide x86 server virtualisation market is expected to reach $5.6 billion in 2016, an increase of 5.7 percent from 2015, according to Gartner.
Lenovo Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing said the IBM deal opened a new "growth engine" for his company. He said he expected the x86 unit to bring in $5 billion in its first year and deliver margins higher than the 4 percent of Lenovo's PC business.
The only real regional bright spot was Asia/Pacific with growth of 10 percent and 21.7 percent year on year in terms of revenue and shipments.
According to IDC's Server Tracker for Q1 2013, various vendors including HP, IBM, Fujitsu and HCL have a strong push and presence in the Indian server marketplace.
Server virtualisation projects continue driving activity and spending across the IT marketplace, finds TheInfoPro survey.
Shipments grew but server revenue was weak due to ongoing economic weakness and market segment differences, says Gartner.
Introduces new server and storage solution bundles that enable customers to drive superior consolidation and virtualisation with zero-downtime and enhanced security, at less costs.
Intel Corp will tout a new generation of processors next week that consume less power, hoping to reinvigorate a stagnant personal computer industry...
Gartner names VMware in the Leaders Quadrant of the 2012 Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualisation Infrastructure.
Windows 8 is nearing completion and the final RTM build is expected to release in July this year, which ...
According to sources in the industry, Microsoft will finish work on Windows 8, sometime during summer ...
Revenues remain flat sequentially - thanks to an uptick in Blade shipments.