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D-Link debuts ‘green Ethernet’ gear

This green IT trend shows no signs of slowing down and having already spread to the desktop and the data center, there are few places left to go aside from the network. To that end, D-Link has Read more…

Broadcom launches cheap 3G chip

What’s holding back 3G cellular technology in the United States? Good question. It could be the Read more…

IBM intros"Mainframe Gas Gauge"

Though data centers and environmentally-friendly initiatives might seem like strange bedfellows on the surface, every day seems to bring more news of major enterprise companies rolling out Read more…

Intel to launch 45nm Penryn in November

After a long, hot summer, fall is finally in the air. And you know what that means, kids: sweaters, pumpkins and 45nm CPUs. Read more…

Seagate intros new enterprise hard drives

As any storage enthusiast can tell you, not all hard drives are created equal. Take Seagate’s new line of enterprise-worthy drives, for Read more…

Sun goes green with new data center

You know what they say: lead by example. Sun has apparently taken that adage to heart–today, the company will open the doors to its new green data Read more…

Intel unveils 45nm Nehalem core

Staring into its crystal ball of processor architecture, Intel offered a glimpse of its forthcoming Nehalem platform at a press meeting yesterday. Read more…

Intel announces support for Energy Star guidelines

Intel has announced that it will support the new revision of the Energy Star guidelines (developed in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Agency), which will go into effect in July. The

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AMD drops power-efficient, 65nm chips

AMD released three new products today: new versions of the Athlon 64 3500+ and the 3800+ single-core chips and the all new, dual-core Athlon 64 X2 6000+. All three chips were designed for low energy consumption and perhaps, more important for AMD, all three chips were manufactured using AMD’s new 65nm process. “Using the reduced line widths enabled by 65nm technology, AMD can …

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Hybrid drives: Coming soon to a laptop near you

Just yesterday we reported on SanDisk’s 32 GB, NAND flash-based solid-state laptop drive, which the company has announced for sale to the OEM market. While SanDisk isn’t the first vendor to develop such a device, their announcement, along with Samsung’s recent NAND flash …

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