3.6 per cent less than last year
Beancounters working for IDC have been adding up some numbers and reached the conclusion that the worldwide server market is experienced a year-on-year revenue slump of 3.6 percent in the first quarter.
Server follows, then notebook
At the Q and A session after AMD's press conference, company CEO Lisa Su just confirmed that desktop Zen x86 chips are the first products to arrive for consumers. These will be followed by a server lineup, then a notebook lineup.
Revenue rose 46 percent
The Open Saucy software outfit Red Hat is probably a better investment than putting all your cash on a sure bet with a sheepskin bridle for the 2.30 at Ascot.
Jessie will complete of a modernisation
The Debian project is continuing its cull of older processors and getting rid of support for 586-class and hybrid 586/686 chips.
Lisa Su, AMD's CEO confirms
Ever since AMD announced a Chinesejoint joint server venture, people have been asking around to get a bit more details. Now AMD's CEO has confirmed the technology involved is both x86 and ARM.
Joint Venture with China's HPC giant
Our sources are confident that AMD is about to announce a joint venture deal with China-based Sugon company.
New report good news for Taiwan
Worldwide server shipments are on the rise with a spin off effect on motherboards, servers, storage and related network equipment makers.
Low power high performance chips
ARM has teamed up with TSMC to develop a 7nm process technology to produce low-power, high-performance chips for next-generation networks and data centres.
Enterprise Linux Server for ARM
Qualcomm wants to port Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux Server for ARM which will allow developers to write applications for Qualcomm's server chips.