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17.09.2008 IBM Develops Computational Scaling Solution for Next Generation "22nm" Semiconductors
In response to ever increasing demands for smaller, more powerful and energy-efficient devices for cloud computing and high-performance servers, IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced the semiconductor industry's first computationally based process for production of next generation 22nm semiconductors. Known as Computational Scaling (CS) -- a process that enables the production of complex, powerful and energy-efficient semiconductors at 22nms and beyond -- this new initiative will feature support from several of IBM's key partners initially including Mentor Graphics and Toppan Printing. E-mail thi...
03.03.2010 WD(R) Announces New High Speed Solid State Drives
WD SiliconDrive(R) N1x SSDs Deliver High Performance, High Reliability for Embedded System OEM ApplicationsLAKE FOREST, Calif., March 3, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- WD(R) (NYSE: WDC) today announced that the company is shipping its new high performance WD SiliconDrive(R) N1x 2.5-inch solid state drive (SSD) family. The new SSDs feature fast read/write speeds in high capacities and are designed for embedded system OEM applications that require superior performance, high reliability and long product life. The single-level cell (SLC) -based WD SiliconDrive N1x SSDs are an ideal storage soluti...
11.02.2011 IBM Announces Eight Universities Contributing to the Watson Computing System's Development
IBM today announced that eight universities are collaborating with IBM Researchers to advance the Question Answering (QA) technology behind the "Watson" computing system, which will compete against humans on the quiz show, Jeopardy!, airing February 14-16. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
17.06.2008 Food Distributor Nicholas & Company Increases Data Center Energy Efficiency with Help from IBM and Vision Solutions
Nicholas & Company is building a model data center that delivers significantly more computing power per watt. The Salt Lake City based, 500 employee, food distributor has increased its computing capabilities while holding energy costs level by virtualizing applications, and consolidating its servers and storage on IBM systems. Save to del.icio.us
06.10.2015 Creating Highly Dense, Solid Performing Storage Infrastructures
With the advent of platforms such as software-defined service (SDS), Web cloud, and high-performance computing (HPC), storage demands are becoming ever more dynamic and challenging. These storage environments not only require increased density and performance, but they also must be deployed inexpensively. When storing petabytes of information, for example, reducing costs by pennies per gigabyte […]
09.10.2017 IBM Announces New Capabilities to Help On-Premises Customers Effectively Manage Compliance Data with Object Storage
IBM today announced two significant milestones in making the on-premises IBM Cloud Object Storage System much more accessible for customers with new compliance-enabled vaults and concentrated dispersal mode capabilities.
08.04.2008 IBM Turns on the Water for Energy-Efficient Supercomputer
IBM today introduced a new supercomputer powered by one of the world’s fastest microprocessors and cooled by an innovative water system. Save to del.icio.us
02.01.2008 IBM Acquires XIV
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it has acquired XIV, a privately held storage technology company based in Tel Aviv, Israel. XIV, its technologies and employees, will become part of the IBM System Storage business unit of the IBM Systems and Technology Group. Financial terms of the acquisition are not being disclosed. Save to del.icio.us
13.07.2009 Seagate Releases World’s Fastest, Highest Capacity And Most Efficient Cheetah Enterprise Drives Into The Channel
Leading distributors and system builders are ready for 3.5-inch mission-critical hard drive designed for long-term business sustainability and reduced TCO July 13, 2009 - Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) today announced it is [....]
08.09.2008 IBM Announces Sweeping Initiative to Address Major Shift in The Flow of World's Data
IBM today announced its largest launch ever of new storage hardware, software and services that are the building blocks for the world’s strongest information infrastructure portfolio. The new IBM offerings are designed to enable businesses, governments and other institutions to transform static data managed in silos into more dynamic information that is accessible by individuals wherever they go in a cloud computing environment. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this