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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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AMD Talks Up Power Innovations in Llano, Puts GPU in the CPU Socket

This week at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) all of the chip community are gathered together to talk about the latest and greatest research and technology breakthroughs, and not share anything that might...
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HP Debuts First 'Tukwila' Itanium Systems

The Itanium 9300 line gives the long-delayed "Tukwila" family of quad-core Itanium processors their day in the sun.
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IBM Power7: Big Blue's Answer to Oracle, Intel

The new processor debuts amid promises of serious performance increases and slick new features. Will it be enough to quiet the competition?
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