Meet the two HPs—Hewlett-Packard and HP Inc.
The reality is that both high-end and low-end hardware businesses may be doomed. So what should IBM do?
Intel and AMD probably won’t lose sleep over the possibility—yet.
Outages are a fact of IT life. But they don’t have to be disasters.
What’s all this ARM fuss about, Intel wonders, as it lays a trap for its latest rival.
ARM making waves in server space, as Intel slides into mobile sector.
Why has Hadoop been such a major force in the Big Data scene? What makes this software so damn special?
HP’s new BL660c and DL560 Gen8 servers burn through high-performance chores without heating up your data center.
Believe it or not, there are good reasons for Facebook to build a massive new state-of-the-art data center in an Iowa field.
Traditional PC makers are counting on the server market more than ever now that both desktops and laptops are fading. But there’s bad news ahead.
For IBM, the sale would provide an exit out of a low-margin, commodity business, while Lenovo would immediately become the third largest x86 server manufacturer in the world.
Whether they’re making PCs, servers, phones or tablets, hardware makers are playing more and more with Intel’s chips. And that means the house — i.e., Intel — always wins.
Oracle seems to have discovered that school-yard baiting of IBM can distract some away from Oracle’s missed third-quarter earnings.
On Tuesday, Dell faced Wall Street analysts for what could be the last time, as Michael Dell and a collection of investors prepare to take the company private. To succeed, they will have to find answers to these 5 critical questions.
If you want to build a fully contained server stack in which to build and test your latest ideas in Joomla, Drupal or WordPress, you’re only one click away from creating such an environment on a Mac.
With more than $200 million in revenue, SUSE isn’t about to die, but can it find a viable role besides offering a hedge against Red Hat’s dominance?
Facebook announced “Group Hug,” an awkwardly-named daughtercard that lets you tear out the processor on a server and replace it with a different brand.
Given its cash flow troubles, HP has little choice but to start shedding underperforming businesses. To save itself, anything could be up for sale.