Intel launches quad-core chips

Intel launches quad-core chips

Intel Corp. has launched a family of quad-core processors, hoping to take back its crumbling share of the server market...

November 14th, 2006 Ben Ames

New chip cooling paste paves way for faster processors

New chip cooling paste paves way for faster processors

IBM Corp. researchers have found a way to draw twice as much heat off hard-working computer chips, clearing the way...

October 26th, 2006 Ben Ames

Tulsa times – Intel counts on new chip to recover lost ground

Tulsa times – Intel counts on new chip to recover lost ground

Intel Corp. will unveil its "Tulsa" chip for multiprocessor servers Aug. 29, finally talking publicly about a chip it has...

August 24th, 2006 Ben Ames

HP brings Unix to blades with Itanium

HP brings Unix to blades with Itanium

Hewlett-Packard Co. is expected on Tuesday to unveil its first blade server based on Intel Corp.'s Itanium 2 processor, allowing...

November 1st, 2005 Tom Krazit

Intel alters server processor road map

Intel alters server processor road map

Intel Corp. announced several changes Monday to its road map for server processors, delaying its first dual-core Itanium 2 processor...

October 25th, 2005 Tom Krazit

IBM to unwrap first dual-core Xeon ‘Paxville’ servers

IBM to unwrap first dual-core Xeon ‘Paxville’ servers

IBM Corp. is due to unveil its first two 64-bit servers based on Intel Corp.'s dual-core Xeon chip, formerly code-named...

October 6th, 2005 China Martens

Dell

Dell

Blade servers are evolving at a feverish pace, and Dell Inc.’s PowerEdge 1855 system shows just how far the technology...

April 28th, 2005 Alan Zeichick

Dell unveils big plans for server blades

Dell unveils big plans for server blades

Dell Inc.’s recent push into the blade server space — a relatively immature market — is a sign that enterprises...

January 4th, 2005 Ryan B. Patrick

Intel’s dual-core push results in diversion

Intel’s dual-core push results in diversion

By the end of 2005, Intel Corp. will have shifted all of its processor designs for everything from notebook chips...

May 6th, 2004 Tom Krazit