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Intel Hints at Weaving Network Fabric into Xeons, Atoms

If it wasn’t immediately obvious to you, Intel thinks the future of the systems business is weaving interconnection fabrics onto server processors – thus consolidating yet another component of the data center onto the processor and bringing to bear Chipzilla’s wafer etching process advantages on that unified chip. And, if Intel plays its cards right, giving it a sustainable advantage to keep arch-nemesis Advanced Micro Devices and up-and-coming rivals in the ARM collective. 

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QEMU 1.2 Released

Version 1.2 of the QEMU processor emulator has been released. "Even though this was the shortest release cycle in QEMU's history, it contains an impressive 1400 changesets from 180 unique authors." New features include support for LPAE (large physical address extensions) on the ARM Cortex A-15, a new ARM i.MX32...

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X Server 1.13 has Better Hybrid Graphics Support

Version 1.13 of X Server has been released by the X.org developers and it offers improved support for hot-pluggable USB monitors and graphics chips...

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ARM Worried About Economic Uncertainty

ARM, which powers a diverse array of hardware ranging from smartphones to servers, is bracing itself for subdued sales to continue into the second half of the year as consumers put off purchasing gadgets.

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Intel Quad-Core SoC Processors Detailed in Leaked Documents

Leaked documents suggest that Intel's new Atom System-on-a-Chip processors will come in one, two, and four core variants, have clocks speeds ranging from 1.2GHz to 2.4GHz, and feature a 7th-generation GPU that is up to seven times faster than current Atom offerings.

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