All Entries in the Category : Computer

All computer types including mainframe, servers, PCs, notebooks, tablets, storage, enterprise systems, and other related end markets.

Apple reportedly plans its next major product unveiling for October

Apple Inc. reportedly plans to unveil its next major product in October, only weeks after the retailer debuted new smartphones and a wristwatch, according to AppleInsider.

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: Computer, Consumer, Telecom

Asustek aiming to achieve 15% PC shipment growth

Asustek Computer is looking to achieve 15% on-year growth in its PC shipments each year starting 2014 and expects its annual desktop and notebook shipments together to reach 50 million units in five years, according to market watchers. It will also be aggressively pushing gaming notebooks to maintain its gross margins.

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: Computer, Data

Repurposed Systems Present Growth Opportunity

The rush to the cloud is turning the repurposed systems business on its head. Several trends are at work. Older commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) servers are being replaced by the uniform, cost-effective, minimalist designs the cloud uses. Those in turn are tagged by cloud service providers (CSPs) with a useful working life of three to four years, just two Moore’s cycles, and then surplused. This is way down from the traditional eight-year lifecycle of days gone by, but the units still have years of use left.

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: Computer, Trends

Cray gets $13M Swedish supercomputer contract

Seattle supercomputer company Cray Inc. said it’s received a $13 million contract for one of its CrayXC supercomputers in Sweden.

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Hewlett-Packard fined $58.7 million in Russian bribery case

A Russian subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) pleaded guilty to bribing government officials in order to seal a lucrative deal with the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation.

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Acer looking to reach five million BYOC users by end of 2014

Acer’s Build Your Own Cloud (BYOC) platform currently has three million users and the number is estimated to reach five million by the end of 2014 and to surpass 10 million in 2015, according to BYOC business manager Maverick Shih.

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: Computer, Data

Fujitsu to hire out supercomputers in India

TOKYO — Fujitsu plans to open a Bangalore facility in November so that researchers, product planners and others can bring high-powered computing to bear on a wide range of tasks.

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: Computer