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The Safe & Efficient Way To Power Servers
- Xeal - powered by iStarUSA Group IS-500R2UPD8 500W 80 Plus Redundant PSU
July 15, 2011,
Vol. 33, Issue 14
Xeal–powered by iStarUSA Group IS-500R2UPD8 is a 500W 80 Plus Certified PSU that integrates PMBus support and includes a number of safety features to prevent disasters in server rooms.
A Truly Custom Enclosure
- Chenbro's Custom Solutions Division Handles Everything, From Concept To Final Product
March 11, 2011,
Vol. 33, Issue 5
Chenbro has been designing enclosures for 29 years, and its Custom Solutions Division is capable of creating an enclosure that meets your exact application, form factor, and feature needs.
Giada MI-R880G Motherboard & ITX-400B Chassis
- A Mini-ITX Powerhouse
February 11, 2011,
Vol. 33, Issue 3
The MI-R880G is a mini-ITX motherboard that supports AM3 processors and up to 4GB of DDR3-1333MHz memory. Pair it with the lightweight ITX-400B chassis.
On The Leading Edge Of Chassis Design
- Chenbro's Focus On Flexibility, Availability & Scalability Ensures You Get The Best
February 11, 2011,
Vol. 33, Issue 3
Chenbro has been developing innovative enclosures for about 30 years. Research and development is the driving force behind Chenbro, and its clients include system integrators, OEM partners, and channel partners. Chenbro is a global company, with its headquarters in Taiwan and Taipei and subsidiaries in the United States, the Netherlands, UK, and Beijing.
- New Motherboard Offers Quiet, Space-Saving Power
January 28, 2011,
Vol. 33, Issue 2
Giada MI-H67 is a Mini-ITX motherboard that supports multiple CPUs, including the new Intel Socket 1155 Sandy Bridge Core i7.
Giada MI-ION2 Motherboard
- Powerful Features, Small Form Factor
December 3, 2010,
Vol. 32, Issue 25
Giada MI-ION2 ia a mini-ITX motherboard with an Intel Atom D510 processor and integrated Intel NM10 Express chipset. It has a slim design for use in panel PCs.
MIT Develops Self-Assembling Computer Chips
April 9, 2010,
Vol. 32, Issue 8
Smaller computer chips.
IBM-Led Diamond Consortium Looks To Improve Chip Reliability
March 12, 2010,
Vol. 32, Issue 6
IBM, together with other technology producers and universities in the European Union, has formed the Diamond Consortium.
What’s In Store For Multicore?
- The Continuing Evolution Of Tiny Processing Marvels
January 1, 2010,
Vol. 32, Issue 1
In the coming year, we’ll see hardware changes that will push the multicore realm to new heights, as well as modifications to the software side that will help data centers take better advantage of the horsepower that lies within the chips.
Intel & Numonyx Detail Phase Change Memory Advancement
December 4, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 29
Intel and Numonyx, a company Intel formed with STMicroelectronics in 2008, recently detailed a breakthrough in their combined research into nonvolatile PCM (phase change memory).
Integrated Circuits Get A Shot Of DNA
September 25, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 24
In an effort to reduce the costs involved in building ever-smaller tools and manufacturing processes to churn out integrated circuits in line with Moore’s Law, a team of IBM scientists and California Institute of Technology researchers have turned to DNA.
An End To Moore’s Law?
July 17, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 19
Moore’s Law may soon be reduced to a matter of smaller importance.
A Look At Nehalem
- New Architecture Yields A Leap In Performance
June 19, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 17
According to IDC, Intel owned 88.1% of the server/work- station CPU market in Q4 2008, so it makes sense to focus on the market leader’s just-released processor architecture, code-named Nehalem.
IBM Fellow Predicts Moore’s Law Is Reaching Its End
May 22, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 15
"Eventually, exponential growth always comes to an end,” EE Times quoted Anderson as stating.
Reliable, Efficient Server Chassis Units
- In Win Development USAís Designs Feature Optimized Airflow & Simple Assembly
May 8, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 14
In Win Development USA designs PSU-equipped server chassis that both address these performance concerns and offer additional features.
Bankruptcy, Layoffs Shake Memory Market
March 13, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 10
Several shakeups have rocked the memory industry, with at least two manufacturers filing for bankruptcy and others announcing employment layoffs.
Intel Invests $7 Billion In Manufacturing Upgrades
February 27, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 9
In a period when most technology firms are slashing costs by shedding jobs, scaling back operations, and restructuring, Intel announced plans to spend $7 billion over the next two years to upgrade processor manufacturing facilities in the United States.
The State Of Semiconductor Affairs
February 20, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 8
The semiconductor chip business has been enduring some jolting changes, from bankruptcies and layoffs to consolidations and slow demand. As the dust settles from the latest round of shake-ups, a survey of the events is in order.
Intel Cuts Prices On Processors
February 6, 2009,
Vol. 31, Issue 6
Intel’s announcement regarding price cuts on several of its processor models has been a topic of conversation on many technology Web sites as of late.
- Seasonic Sets Its Sights On Environmentally Friendly Offerings
October 3, 2008,
Vol. 30, Issue 40
Seasonic Electronics incorporated.
Providing Pro-Grade Power To The People
- Seasonic Electronics Caters Power Supply Offerings To Multiple Markets
June 27, 2008,
Vol. 30, Issue 26
Built upon a dedicated foundation of research and development dating back to 1975, Seasonic Electronics manufactures a wide range of high-quality power conversion products for the OEM, retail, and consumer market spaces.
Bridging The Gap
- EasySyncís Lineup Helps SMEs Connect New & Legacy Equipment
May 18, 2007,
Vol. 29, Issue 20
EasySync is a Glasgow, Scotland, manufacturer focused on two key areas: RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 USB and PCI serial communications cards and peripherals and measurement instrumentation based on the USB standard.
Keep The Spark Alive
- Tips For Extending The Life Of Your Batteries
July 1, 2005,
Vol. 27, Issue 26
Although today’s batteries are marvels of engineering, some easy-to-follow steps can help you get the most out of your digital devices.
- Heat, Hardware & Decapitated Mice
February 4, 2005,
Vol. 27, Issue 5
You would think that installing a faster Intel processor on an Intel motherboard would be fairly easy. It wasn’t.
Sanyo’s New Batteries Help Increase Uptime
- Prismatic Li-Ion Batteries Meet Demand For Safer Batteries With Longer Life
December 17, 2004,
Vol. 26, Issue 51
The new batteries, which will appear first in mobile phones, are expected to be about as safe as normal Li-Ion batteries at high voltage charging.
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