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Review: Samsung Series 9

Review: Samsung Series 9

Can it take on the MacBook Air?
Aug 15 2011 3:23PM
Cisco launches new Borderless Access products

Cisco launches new Borderless Access products

Overhauls fixed-switching portfolio.
Mar 18 2010 6:56AM
Intel debuts six-core Xeon 5600 line

Intel debuts six-core Xeon 5600 line

First six-core Xeons for workstations and servers offer performance leap.
Mar 17 2010 6:44AM
AMD chips target low cost and power-efficient servers

AMD chips target low cost and power-efficient servers

Opteron 4000 series expected to ship in Q2 2010.
Nov 12 2009 6:11AM
Juniper and Kaspersky team up on network security

Juniper and Kaspersky team up on network security

Deeper integration promises better endpoint protection.
Jun 18 2009 6:46AM
New IBM Nehalem servers feature altimeters

New IBM Nehalem servers feature altimeters

IBM's Nehalem-based servers are likely to use less power in low-lying Sydney than in cities with higher elevation.
Apr 1 2009 3:58PM
Intel launches Xeon Processor 5500 series

Intel launches Xeon Processor 5500 series

Intel has introduced 17 enterprise-class processors led by the Intel Xeon processor 5500 series.

Mar 31 2009 4:18PM
Kingston unveils first solid state drives

Kingston unveils first solid state drives

Kingston is making its first foray into the solid state drive (SSD) market using technology developed by Intel.
Jan 9 2009 2:39AM
QLogic InfiniBand switches target HPC hardware

QLogic InfiniBand switches target HPC hardware

High performance network infrastructure vendor QLogic is to build new quad data rate (QDR) InfiniBand switch systems capable of 40Gbit/s through a single port, targeting the burgeoning market for connecting high performance computing clustered systems.
Nov 19 2008 6:36AM
Nvidia introduces GeForce 9 series mGPUs

Nvidia introduces GeForce 9 series mGPUs

Nvidia introduces its new GeForce 9-Series mGPUs with the bombastic claim that “the integrated graphics motherboard as you know it is dead”, staking the claim that the integrated, single chip design will show game-changing performance of up to five times better than on Intel integrated graphics.
Oct 16 2008 3:10PM
Unisys extends mainframe line-up

Unisys extends mainframe line-up

Unisys is bucking the industry trend that declares the mainframe to be a dead end by introducing new models, including high-end systems using its own processor architecture alongside Intel-based mid-range models.
Oct 13 2008 12:19AM
Australia's "first" LED TV launched by Samsung

Australia's "first" LED TV launched by Samsung

South Korean firm Samsung Electronics has beat its competitors to the market with Australia’s first LED television under $9999 – “arguably the most stunning picture ever seen on a television.”
Oct 3 2008 3:31PM
Review: Symantec Mail Security 8300 Series

Review: Symantec Mail Security 8300 Series

The Symantec Mail Security appliance houses several email content management features in one well-integrated device.
Jun 11 2008 2:43PM
Secure Computing launches enlightening seminar series

Secure Computing launches enlightening seminar series

Secure Computing kicked-off the 'Paul Henry seminar series introducing Scott Montgomery' in Sydney yesterday where IT security professionals were treated to a candid session of insights in the security space and emerging trends.
Mar 11 2008 4:16PM
Review: Array Networks Universal Access Controller

Review: Array Networks Universal Access Controller

The Array Networks SPX Series Universal Access Controller is an appliance that provides a number of features through a browser-based SSL VPN approach. The SPX allows remote file access through SMB, browsing internal websites, access to internal mail servers and standard TCP-based services.
Oct 16 2007 11:21AM
Will Congress act on notification legislation?

Will Congress act on notification legislation?

Nearly six months into the term of the 110th Congress, it's unclear whether significant federal breach notification legislation will be passed before the November 2008 general election, breach experts said today.
Jun 28 2007 10:55AM
Series of Lotus Notes flaws discovered

Series of Lotus Notes flaws discovered

Users of IBM’s Lotus Notes program have been warned to work around numerous buffer overflow flaws recently discovered by Secunia.
Feb 21 2006 8:23PM

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