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It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web
Compaq Computer Corporation, desperate to get some kind of high-end UNIX benefit from its ill-conceived acquisition of Digital Equipment Corp., has announced its massive, 32-CPU capable GS series of Alpha systems. But, as was the case with Digital, Compaq marketing seems overly concerned with CPU - not system - performance.

CPU RAM: More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web R. Krause - June 26, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 26, 2000 Event Summary NEW YORK and LONDON, May 16, 2000 - Compaq Computer Corporation today announced an aggressive attack on the $32 billion high-end UNIX market with the worldwide launch of its new AlphaServer GS series systems. Targeting dot-coms as well as customers in telecommunications, high-performance technical computing, healthcare and financial services,
6/26/2000

Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'.

CPU RAM: cases winning (relative to CPU performance). This has elevated AMD from its former me-too status to a serious contender in the Intel-architecture market. We don t envision AMD surpassing Intel any time soon (especially because of AMD s non-presence in the server market), but this stuff does make life interesting. For AMD , we envision a slight loss of momentum (as generally happens when a key person leaves), but we do not presently believe the long-term effects will hurt AMD greatly. User
9/18/2000

Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

CPU RAM: chose Intel for the CPU in its upcoming X-Box gaming console. If Intel decides to play the price-cut card, this will put a damper on Intel s profit expectations, since Dell now occupies the top position in U.S. PC sales, having passed Compaq last year. Because of the bus speed at which the Spitfire is expected to operate (200 MHz), its performance should exceed that of the Intel Celeron - the chip against which it s designed to compete. If AMD can post great performance numbers against Celeron, and keep
4/21/2000

Dell s 8-CPU Intel Servers Increasing Its Enterprise Focus
Dell began shipping its eight-CPU Intel server, the PowerEdge 8450, in late September. This comes on the heels of Compaq's shipment of its ProLiant 8000 and 8500.

CPU RAM: Dell s 8-CPU Intel Servers Increasing Its Enterprise Focus Dell s 8-CPU Intel Servers Increasing Its Enterprise Focus R. Krause - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Product Background In late September, 1999, Dell Computer Corporation began shipments of its eight-CPU Intel server, the PowerEdge 8450. The PowerEdge 8450 is part of the next generation of Intel servers (along with offerings from Compaq, HP, IBM, and others) which utilize the Profusion chipset. (This chipset allows servers to break through the
9/1/1999

DOJ Keeps Low Profile on Curador; Protect Your IIS Server Today!
After insisting the perpetrator of the February Distributed Denial of Service attacks would be caught and punished, a month later, the Department of Justice, and Janet Reno, are keeping a low profile on the antics of an altogether different, but in many ways more serious, cyber attack. Take Remote Data Service precautions today. Here's how.

CPU RAM: windows server 2003, web server, hyper v, iis server, windows iis, iis 6..
3/29/2000

HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.

CPU RAM: systems containing the Athlon CPU should be encouraged by this. It should give them enough psychological security (regarding AMD s viability) to allow them to proceed with Athlon purchases that may have been on hold. This news will not affect those users totally committed to Intel, unless they decide the time is right to consider alternative CPUs.
1/31/2000

Rackmount Server Sales Surge
Rack-optimized servers are reported to have increased their quarter-over-quarter unit sales by over 50%

CPU RAM: Rather than buying an eight-CPU, 7U-high (1U = one rack unit = 1.75 high), companies like ISPs are choosing to buy 1U-high servers that have one or two CPUs. The incremental cost to add a server is significantly lower for these units, making them desirable for companies expecting healthy growth but still watching the dollars. Whatever the reason, we expect vendors and consumers to increase their focus on rackmount servers in the coming year. User Recommendations Although rackmount servers are not for
8/17/2000

In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study
This BI article looks at why and how in-memory technology transforms analytic applications. The primary bottleneck to high-performance multidimensional analysis has been slow hard drive speed—the time it takes for data to be transferred from disk storage to random access memory (RAM). With crashing RAM prices and 64-bit addressing, in-memory architecture provides new and innovative solutions for online analytical processing (OLAP). This article looks at why and how in-memory technology transforms analytic applications for BI.

CPU RAM: In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study Anna Mallikarjunan - September 1, 2010 Read Comments In May 2010, The Economist featured a review of SAP’s announcement to purchase Sybase and introduce in-memory technology in its next version of Business ByDesign . While the principal focus of The Economist remains world news and politics, it targets—through its readership—the most influential corporate decision makers. Through the years, this publication
9/1/2010 10:53:00 AM

Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis
Organizations today need to handle and manage increasingly large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Though the benefits to be gained from analysis of such big data are immense, so are the inherent challenges, including need for rapid analysis. In his article, TEC BI analyst Jorge García discusses how in-memory analytics helps address these challenges and reap the benefits hidden in big data.

CPU RAM: Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis Jorge García - March 16, 2012 Read Comments In a previous article , I discussed big data and the need for a big data solution to handle, manage, and derive valuable insight from large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Here I discuss the role that in-memory technologies plays in big data analysis and the potential of this technology to change the business intelligence (BI)
3/20/2012 10:25:00 AM

Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped
Intel halted shipments of 550MHz Xeon processors to OEMs after flaw discovered.

CPU RAM: damper on the overall eight-CPU Intel server market, because vendors will be unable to ship systems, and some customers will delay purchases until they see that the problem has been fully resolved. This puts Dell Computer and Hewlett-Packard at a disadvantage, since they use the Saber board set as the core of their servers. Compaq Computer will have both a short-term advantage and potential disadvantage. The disadvantage arises from the possibility of the marketplace not differentiating between the
9/29/1999

AMD Server Plans De-Railed
HotRail has discontinued development of the chipset AMD planned to use to break into the multiprocessor server market.

CPU RAM: Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) CPUs to be used to build multiprocessor servers. HotRail has said it will refocus its efforts on the networking sector. Using HotRail s chipset with its own Athlon processors, AMD was expected to break into the multiprocessor (up to eight CPUs) server market for the first time, later this year. AMD is continuing to work toward getting a chipset that will allow it to ship a dual-processor server later this year. AMD division planning manager Byran Longmire said AMD plans to com
5/23/2000


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