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Blade servers are popular today, but they've changed considerably from the original concept.
Intellectual Ventures has acquired the patent portfolio of Transmeta, formerly a supplier of Intel-compatible x86 processors.
Peter Glaskowsky wraps up the Speeds and Feeds blog with the announcement that he has been hired by Intel.
The struggling chipmaker agrees to be sold to video chipmaker Novafora for $255.6 million in cash.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang dismisses rumors that the graphics chip supplier is working on an Intel-compatible chip.
Agreement covers all of Transmeta's patents and patent applications, as well as the LongRun2 suite of advanced power management technologies.
So, which processor manufacturer does Dell choose for its business laptops? The answer provides some insight into the challenges facing AMD.
AMD's new Opteron EE takes aim at a growing class of server user, the service provider, who buys into the power efficiency mantra.
Hewlett-Packard has very explicitly upped its blade integration story with its BladeSystem Matrix.
The low-power chip guru plans to join Intel's enterprise group after a career spent trying to take the world's larger chip maker down a peg.