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New HPE Pointnext capabilities accelerate transition to memory-driven computing
Thu, 21st Jun 2018
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endpoint protection
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Memory-Driven Computing is a new computing architecture that puts memory, not processing, at the centre of the computing platform.
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HPE to invest US$4bil in Intelligent Edge over next four years
Wed, 20th Jun 2018
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edge data centre
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retail
HPE will invest in research and development to advance and innovate new products, services and consumption models across a number of technologies.
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Intel pledges improved security - Microsoft & Cisco already on board
Thu, 19th Apr 2018
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microsoft
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cybersecurity
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intel
Intel unveils Security Essentials to bolster processor protection, forging key tech partnerships.
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HPE unveils a ‘world first’ in modular in-memory computing
Fri, 10th Nov 2017
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big data
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data analytics
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HPE's Superdome Flex platform will allow organisations to analyse huge amounts of data and turn it into business insights.
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Leader Computers announces distribution of G.Skill
Tue, 12th Sep 2017
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gaming
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technology gifts
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leader computers
Aussie IT giant Leader Computers becomes G.Skill's latest distributor, bolstering their offerings for gaming hardware resellers.
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The democratisation of drone photography: Essentials & tips for amateurs
Tue, 27th Jun 2017
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drones
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creative technologies
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lexar
Drone photography is going mainstream, bringing high-quality aerial shots to novices at an affordable price, says memory manufacturer Lexar.
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IM says Intel's revolutionary technology a 'golden opportunity' for resellers
Mon, 26th Jun 2017
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storage
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intel
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retail
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.
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HPE’s next frontier: Space travel & memory-driven computing
Fri, 9th Jun 2017
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smartphones
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technology gifts
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hpe
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.
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Hewlett Packard unveils ridiculous memory-driven computer
Wed, 17th May 2017
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cloud services
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bi
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big data
By building around memory rather than the CPU, they can eliminate the relatively clunky and inefficient manner that the computers process data today.
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Memory-driven computing: Has HPE nailed it?
Mon, 5th Dec 2016
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hpe
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retail
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has successfully demonstrated memory-driven computing architecture, a world first. HPE plans to commercialise the technology.
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The big IT question: Upgrade or replace?
Mon, 31st Oct 2016
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crucial
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productivity
Should organisations upgrade their computers or replace them altogether? A survey reveals a 50-50 split among IT professionals.
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Businesses look to improve data centre performance with All Flash Arrays
Fri, 20th May 2016
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storage
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colocation
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app development
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.
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Intel slashes 12,000 jobs, focuses business on data center and IoT
Thu, 21st Apr 2016
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smartphones
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iot
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Intel is slashing 12,000 positions globally as it refocuses its business around data center and internet of things and away from PCs.
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Violin Memory integrates with VMware for better disaster recovery
Wed, 9th Mar 2016
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cloud services
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virtualisation
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dr
Violin Memory's Concerto OS 7 now certified with VMware, revolutionising disaster recovery operations for enterprises.
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Violin Memory flash storage makes sweet music for data center
Fri, 15th Jan 2016
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storage
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cios
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flash storage
A major global financial services company has deployed the second phase of an all silicon data center using Violin's flash storage platform.
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Companies eye flash storage, wary current storage won't cut it
Mon, 16th Nov 2015
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storage
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cios
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flash storage
Almost half of Australian businesses in a recent survey are doubtful their current storage environments sustain business needs over the next 10 years.
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Violin Memory aims for sweet music with Sapply
Thu, 28th May 2015
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storage
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memory
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partners
Violin Memory has signed Sapply as a NZ distributor, with promises the partnership will provide Kiwi resellers with a framework to maximise sales.
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Violin Memory aims to make sweet music with NZ channel
Tue, 24th Mar 2015
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storage
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it training
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nextgen distribution
Violin Memory has ‘started again’ in New Zealand, with promises that this time, the flash storage provider plans to ‘take it all the way’.
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Violin Memory's new country manager to lead ANZ expansion
Wed, 11th Mar 2015
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storage
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jobs
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flash storage
Violin Memory, the flash storage provider, has a new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to aid expansion in this market.
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RESEND: Canterbury University gets funding to develop user-friendly wearable computers
Tue, 4th Nov 2014
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google glass
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university of canterbury
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google
Two University of Canterbury researchers have received $870,000 in Marsden funding over three years to research how engineering and psychology coul.
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A New Era of Database Tech: HP New Zealand and Weta Digital
Mon, 13th Oct 2014
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storage
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hpc
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servers
HP New Zealand and Weta Digital usher in a new database tech era with HP's Gen9 servers, boosting efficiency and cutting costs.
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Apple Releases iPad Mini, and some other product refreshes
Thu, 25th Oct 2012
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apple
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monitors
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pro av
Apple unveils iPad Mini, MacBook Pro with Retina display, and iMac with fusion drive.
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IBM claims memory and storage device breakthrough
Tue, 14th Aug 2012
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ibm
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spintronics
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memory
Researchers confident of producing more energy-efficient electronics devices after a spintronics breakthrough in Zurich.
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Is the laptop dead?
Fri, 1st Jul 2011
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storage
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apple
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cloud services
There was a time when owning a laptop was uncommon and typically restricted to business people who travelled a lot for work.