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PathScale Is Hiring To Work On Open-Source AMD Drivers

PathScale, the company behind the EKOPath compiler and other compiler technologies for both CPUs and GPGPU solutions, is looking to hire one or two kernel developers to work on improving the open-source AMD Linux graphics drivers... Particularly, to improve the GPGPU/OpenCL compute support in the driver, improve the Hawaii GPU...

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Server Sales: It’s Tough Out There but Cisco and IBM See Some Light

Gartner’s server sales figures for the first quarter show a market still in decline from its giddy heights but there are some glimmers of optimism.

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NVIDIA's Tegra K1 Support Lands In Mainline Mesa

In continuation of the story earlier today about NVIDIA contributing Mesa patches to add "GK20A" support to Nouveau's NVC0 Gallium3D driver, the support has now landed within mainline Mesa...

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Valve Steam Machines: Now Look Forward To 2015

While it looked like Steam Machines would be ready to take on other living room PCs/consoles in 2014, the latest update from Valve moves the focus to 2015...

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IBM's Power Play Aims to Disrupt Server Industry

IBM is inviting collaborators and competitors alike to innovate on its POWER8 processor and server platform, providing a catalyst for new innovation.

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4x SSD Speed Jump? Not So Fast!

Who wouldn't want 4x faster SSDs? A technical paper this month outlined a creative method for doing just that - sometimes. But the headlines ignore the paper's nuanced results and its creative method for making SSDs faster, more efficient and longer lived. Here's how it works.

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