Intel working to help datacentres process data faster

They are doing this with the development of the Compute Express Link standard.

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Microsoft protects its Surface notebooks from Meltdown & Spectre

The vulnerabilities are dubbed “Meltdown” and “Sceptre”, and experts have said they affect nearly all devices made in the last 20 years.

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Intel’s 8th-generation chips are almost here

On the 5th of October, Intel will officially launch its 8th-generation processors into retail and OEM.

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Intel’s drones are really taking off

Did you know that Intel has its fingers in the drone pie? Well, they do – and in a big way.

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Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud?

We look at the benefits and advantages of the three different cloud options available to business today.

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The Advances of Intel’s Kaby Lake Processors

Code-named Kaby Lake, these new chips bring with them a number of improvements over Intel’s 6th-gen Skylake processors.

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Hardware-based Security Is Essential to Thwarting Cyberattacks

Moving security mechanisms further down the stack is an effective way to reduce vulnerabilities.

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Storage is no longer the performance bottleneck

New memory tech in Solid-State Drives means primary storage is both faster and cheaper than ever.

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This tool helps to spec servers correctly for the job at hand

It’s called the Intel IT Server Sizing Tool, and it can help anyone build the right server for their needs.

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Microservers – What are they, and who needs them?

We delve into the idea behind the “microserver”, a category of server intended for less-intensive functions suited to small business and home use.

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