Memory stories - Page 2
New HPE Pointnext capabilities accelerate transition to memory-driven computing
Memory-Driven Computing is a new computing architecture that puts memory, not processing, at the centre of the computing platform.
HPE to invest US$4bil in Intelligent Edge over next four years
HPE will invest in research and development to advance and innovate new products, services and consumption models across a number of technologies.
Intel pledges improved security - Microsoft & Cisco already on board
Intel unveils Security Essentials to bolster processor protection, forging key tech partnerships.
HPE unveils a ‘world first’ in modular in-memory computing
HPE's Superdome Flex platform will allow organisations to analyse huge amounts of data and turn it into business insights.
Leader Computers announces distribution of G.Skill
Aussie IT giant Leader Computers becomes G.Skill's latest distributor, bolstering their offerings for gaming hardware resellers.
The democratisation of drone photography: Essentials & tips for amateurs
Drone photography is going mainstream, bringing high-quality aerial shots to novices at an affordable price, says memory manufacturer Lexar.
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.
HPE’s next frontier: Space travel & memory-driven computing
By 2020, our digital universe will contain nearly as many bits of data as there are stars in the universe, with at least 20 billion mobile devices.
Hewlett Packard unveils ridiculous memory-driven computer
By building around memory rather than the CPU, they can eliminate the relatively clunky and inefficient manner that the computers process data today.
Memory-driven computing: Has HPE nailed it?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has successfully demonstrated memory-driven computing architecture, a world first. HPE plans to commercialise the technology.
The big IT question: Upgrade or replace?
Should organisations upgrade their computers or replace them altogether? A survey reveals a 50-50 split among IT professionals.
Businesses look to improve data centre performance with All Flash Arrays
Violin Memory has announced it has experienced widespread adoption of its All Flash Arrays in the Asia-Pacific region in the span of just a year.
Intel slashes 12,000 jobs, focuses business on data center and IoT
Intel is slashing 12,000 positions globally as it refocuses its business around data center and internet of things and away from PCs.
Violin Memory integrates with VMware for better disaster recovery
Violin Memory's Concerto OS 7 now certified with VMware, revolutionising disaster recovery operations for enterprises.
Violin Memory flash storage makes sweet music for data center
A major global financial services company has deployed the second phase of an all silicon data center using Violin's flash storage platform.
Companies eye flash storage, wary current storage won't cut it
Almost half of Australian businesses in a recent survey are doubtful their current storage environments sustain business needs over the next 10 years.
Violin Memory aims for sweet music with Sapply
Violin Memory has signed Sapply as a NZ distributor, with promises the partnership will provide Kiwi resellers with a framework to maximise sales.
Violin Memory aims to make sweet music with NZ channel
Violin Memory has ‘started again’ in New Zealand, with promises that this time, the flash storage provider plans to ‘take it all the way’.
Violin Memory's new country manager to lead ANZ expansion
Violin Memory, the flash storage provider, has a new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to aid expansion in this market.
RESEND: Canterbury University gets funding to develop user-friendly wearable computers
Two University of Canterbury researchers have received $870,000 in Marsden funding over three years to research how engineering and psychology coul.
A New Era of Database Tech: HP New Zealand and Weta Digital
HP New Zealand and Weta Digital usher in a new database tech era with HP's Gen9 servers, boosting efficiency and cutting costs.
Apple Releases iPad Mini, and some other product refreshes
Apple unveils iPad Mini, MacBook Pro with Retina display, and iMac with fusion drive.
IBM claims memory and storage device breakthrough
Researchers confident of producing more energy-efficient electronics devices after a spintronics breakthrough in Zurich.
Is the laptop dead?
There was a time when owning a laptop was uncommon and typically restricted to business people who travelled a lot for work.