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HPE unveils new Gen 10 silicon chip servers in Australia
Firmware is often overlooked in c-suite conversations about data center security, and cyber criminals are targeting this as a new attack surface.
Intel will deliver AI to drones, robots and virtual reality
"We’re on the cusp of computer vision and deep learning becoming standard requirements for the billions of devices surrounding us every day..."
VMware & Hitachi roll out new Unified Compute Platform
Customers can either deploy integrated SDDC stack or build their own using Hitachi's vSAN ready node and VMware software.
Intel completes $15.3b Mobileye buy, slides into gear for autonomous driving future
Intel has completed its $15.3 billion acquisition of Mobileye as gears up take on the autonomous driving market.
Data-junkies saddle up, USB transfer speeds are doubling
USB 3.2-equipped laptops and external drives could reach speeds of 20 gigabits per second...
Gen-14: Dell EMC launches next generation of PowerEdge server
“The demands on today’s data center have changed – it has to deliver a modern infrastructure that can adapt and scale with business needs."
Cogobuy hits milestone with Intel in cultivating robotics ecosystem
China is expected to more than double its spending on robotics and related services from USD$24.6 billion in 2016 to $59.4 billion in 2020.
IM says Intel's revolutionary technology a 'golden opportunity' for resellers
Ingram Micro says Intel's first all-new class of memory in 25 years is a 'game-changer' and has potential to speed up PC/Server refreshes.
IBM ceases Hadoop distribution and partners with Hortonworks
IBM has abandoned efforts to make a business of Hadoop distributions and mirrored Microsoft in making Hortonworks its supplying partner.
E3 2017: Intel showcases new PC gaming and VR experiences, announces US$1m Grand Slam for esports
Intel inks landmark esports partnership with ESL, reveals new VR esports tournaments and announces pre-orders for Intel Core X-series processors.
New innovation lab opening in China to stimulate innovation in AI
iQIYI has revealed its plans to set up an innovation lab with the aim to develop artificial intelligence (AI) benchmarks with global partners.
Tata Consultancy Services & Intel collaborate to drive digital transformation
They have joined forces to build a "future ready reference architecture" for the IoT, Cloud, 5G, AI, and data center infrastructure management.
Microsoft uncovers how cybercrime gang uses Intel tech for stealth
Microsoft has uncovered more about cybercrime gang "PLATINUM" group, which now leverages Intel technology to hide its communications.
AU service provider launches in NZ with extensive vendor portfolio
Aussie service provider Computergate has officially crossed the ditch to launch in the Kiwi market, opening a local office in Auckland.
Intel: Autonomous driving will spark new 'space race' worth $7 Trillion
Intel says companies need to wake up to the opportunity stream that will emerge when cars become the most powerful mobile data generating devices.
Intel A/NZ MD Kate Burleigh throws in the towel after 20 years
One of Intel’s most noted country managers has decided to call it quits as the managing director for Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Ingram Micro provides huge opportunity for resellers to upgrade clients
Ingram Micro has revealed a golden opportunity for New Zealand resellers, centred around Intel’s new 7th Generation Kaby Lake processors.
Cloud giants form alliance to accelerate genome research
"This is a big step toward making state-of-the-art genomic data analysis available worldwide."
Mergers and acquisitions play major role in semiconductor market growth
According to Gartner, consolidation played a major role in the market share rankings, with several large companies growing through acquisitions.
Esports: the future of spectator sport?
On the weekend of 6th and 7th May, Qudos Arena in Sydney’s Olympic Park, site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, hosted a very different type of sport.
Dell and Intel partner with Qantas to offer incentive for tech and travel
For every dollar they spend on Dell business Technology solutions through the Dell for Work online store, members will earn one Qantas Point.
Thecus launches new 4-Bay rackmount N4820U series for enterprise storage
“The new N4820U series provides a low acquisition cost for SMB users seeking reliable high performance from their NAS solution.”
Intel brings world-class eSports to Australasia
The Brazilian line-up of German-based eSports team SK Gaming claimed the crown at the Intel Extreme Masters championship final over the weekend
Intel expands factory in China & launches new data center products
Intel introduces the new additions as SSDs designed from the ground up for cloud storage including defined storage and converged infrastructure.