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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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Core i7 Mobo Targets Point-of-Sale Apps

Portwell announced a microATX motherboard designed for point-of-sale (POS) applications. The PEB-9738VGA uses Intel's 32nm Core i7 processor and QM57 Express chipset, offers six powered USB ports, and has both VGA and HDMI video outputs, the company says....
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Security Appliance Sports Dual Xeon C5500 CPUs

Lanner announced a high-end network security appliance sporting two Intel Xeon C5500 processors. The FW-8910 supports a whopping 96GB of RAM, has two 3.5-inch drive bays, offers up to 40 gigabit Ethernet ports, and is available with a Cavium Nitrox content inspection accelerator, the company says..
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IBM, EU Team up to Improve Chip Reliability

IBM Research is partnering with businesses and universities from the European Union to help semiconductor companies create more reliable and efficient chips.
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