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How Blade Servers Have Evolved

Blade servers are popular today, but they've changed considerably from the original concept.
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IBM, Dell, HP Adopt Intel 6-Core Chip for IT, Games

Both server and game box suppliers are deploying Intel's 6-core processor.
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Hardware Attack on RSA Implementation

Researchers have shown how, in one specific case, it is possible to calculate the private key from specific erroneous RSA signatures. Whether the attack has practical utility is questionable...
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Intel Expands Atom to Home Servers

Atom processor homes in on the world of home offices and small offices, in a format designed to power servers and network-attached storage devices.
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IBM Rethinks Industry-Standard Servers

Big Blue's new line, dubbed the eX5 portfolio, features architecture tweaks that let the customer add more memory without buying an entirely new server.
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