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ARM-inside the data centre?

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AMD's Andrew Feldman claims that ARM-based designs could take a 25 per cent share of the server market in just five years. Graeme Burton reports
13 Feb 2014

Dell launches 64-bit ARM microserver 'proof of concept'

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Intel alternative launched for test and development as datacentre chip battle heats up
12 Feb 2014

Intel to subsidise Baytrail-based tablet computers to encourage adoption

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Reports suggest Intel plans to cover engineering costs of shifting from ARM to Intel as it looks to hit £99 price point for tablets due later this year
20 Jan 2014

Intel NUC 4th generation with Core i5 processor - review

Is Intel's tiny NUC computer a miniature desktop replacement or DIY curio?
06 Jan 2014

Influence - the Internet of Things

The internet of things is coming, but what is it, and exactly how will it revolutionise our lives?
17 Dec 2013

Is CYOD the future?

In this video of a recent Computing IT Leaders' Forum, a panel of experts from the public, private and third sectors discuss their approach to CYOD
06 Dec 2013

The history of IT - as you've never seen it before!

What's your favourite event in IT from the last 40 years? Check our new Infographic to see if it's there, and if not, shout about it!
21 Nov 2013

Forty years of IT

When Computing magazine launched in 1973, only the very largest companies had computers. Today, business couldn't function without them
14 Nov 2013

HP ports NonStop technology from Itanium to x86

Customers will have the choice of running NonStop on either Itanium or x86
05 Nov 2013

Intel to make 64-bit ARM chips for Altera

Intel to produce 14-nanometre 64-bit ARM in direct challenge to Samsung and TSMC
30 Oct 2013

The secret to BYOD? Make users your security staff, advises Intel

Security in a world of wired PCs was hard enough. But when staff are using their own wireless devices, all over the world, it becomes an order of magnitude more complex. Graeme Burton reports
22 Oct 2013

Intel starts taking the tablets

Intel is finally starting to 'get' mobile with the release of Bay Trail Atom microprocessors. But it also needs to 'get' cheaper, argues Graeme Burton
09 Oct 2013

New data centre technologies required to support smart grids and self-driving cars

Intel and others are developing technologies to enable data centres to support the coming embedded computing revolution
25 Sep 2013

Oracle OpenWorld 2013: Quark chip can power enterprise internet of things, says Intel

Sensor-based internet of things 'biggest inflection point in IT we’ve seen for years' says software and service VP
23 Sep 2013

Intel unveils Quark Atom microprocessors intended for wearable computing

New Quarks will be configurable with custom designs manufactured in either Intel's fabs or those of rivals
11 Sep 2013

Nasdaq technical glitch hits Apple, Facebook and Microsoft

US Securities and Exchange Commission wants to meet with Nasdaq over "technological vulnerabilities"
23 Aug 2013

Intel plans to ratchet up mobile platform performance with 14-nanometre silicon

Intel to use latest manufacturing technology on forthcoming mobile and embedded systems
21 Aug 2013

Intel Atom-based Prestigio MultiPhone - Review

How does one of the latest generation Intel Atom-based smartphones compare with its ARM rivals? Computing has got its hands on the new 'Intel Inside' Prestigio MultiPhone to see how its performance, battery life and all-round usability shape up
30 Jul 2013

Does desktop virtualisation enable the office of the future?

A panel of experts at a recent Computing event discusses VDI and other methods to enable productivity for today's workforce
26 Jul 2013

IBM sees 17 per cent drop in net income, while strong TV sales buoy LG

Intel, meanwhile, sees quarterly profit tumble by 29 per cent
18 Jul 2013

Intel revenues fall five per cent on desktop PC decline

New CEO Brian Krzanich promises to 'fight on the desktop, in the data centre, and the ultra-mobile market segment'
17 Jul 2013

Revised benchmark downgrades Intel Atom against ARM

Row over microprocessor benchmark's accuracy leads to 20 per cent downgrade for Intel Atom
15 Jul 2013

Enterprise Mobility Summit: Has BYOD started to lose its shine?

Jim Henrys of Intel asks if you should support all the devices employees bring with them, or limit them to just a few choices
26 Jun 2013

'Cultural revolution' under way in the world of work, says Intel's Jim Henrys

BYOD, social networking and new technology driving revolution in the world of work
25 Jun 2013