Not much action going on in 2013, though
Tests to see if entangled photons can survive real-world networks
Australian Uni plans LGM hunt with FPGAs
ISC 2013 It can swing both ways: multicore CPU or offload engine
Zombie lawsuit back and wants to suck the brains out of Linux
You probably have one in your pocket
Giddy up, there's a new NAS box to flog
HPC blog The sweetest and crunchiest of HPC applications
Podcast Podcast This week, Speaking in Tech regular Greg Knieriemen has fled to Germany, leaving the ever-capable Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela to host a panel session at the Dell Enterprise Forum in San Jose, California.
Comment There are only three major cloud companies, and try as it might, IBM isn't going to change that in the near-term with its acquisition of SoftLayer.
800GB of 20nm chippery will set you back nearly a grand
IDC: On the bright side, software sales are up...
Union claims 121 storage bods canned after dismal sales
IDC numbers show giants jockeying for 2nd and 3rd place
IBM Edge Storage buzzword bonanza in gamers' paradise
Storage array OS overhauled to juggle more nodes, go down on you, er, less
'What on Earth did you do?'
Thanks for the memory...
Actifio untimely ripped, apparently
Six contracts let in ambitious broadband plan
Does spit and polish on Power Systems lineup
Cray has strolled off with a $AU2.27 million contract to provide a supercomputer to the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO).
CEO Meg Whitman said last month that HP knew it has some competitive weakness at the low-end of its x86 server line that rivals were exploiting, and at its Discover customer and partner shindig in Las Vegas this week, the company is rolling out three new entry servers that will help the company compete better against a very aggressive Dell.