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eWEEK at 30: Intel, ARM Ramping Up Rivalry in Mobile, Server Markets

eWEEK 30: Intel is playing catch-up in the low-power mobile device market where ARM is its strongest rival. Now ARM is taking aim at Intel's bread-and-butter data center server market.


Tags: Facebook, Windows, Google, Android, Microsoft, IBM, iPhone, smartphones, Apple, Intel, Dell, HP, Atom, servers, x86, AMD, ARM, Samsung, Lenovo, nVidia, Qualcomm, Paul Otellini, asus, hewlett-packard, tablets, data centers, mobile devices, Moore's Law, Marvell, CPUs, SoC, Linaro, Mobile World Congress, Foxconn, PCS, Calxeda, Chromebooks, surface RT, hyperscale, internet of things, Advanced Micro Devices, OEMs, Pund-IT, microservers, merrifield, eWEEK 30, IoT, Brian Krzanich, system-on-a-chip, Silvermont

Dell Sets Different Cloud Path Than HP, IBM

At Dell World, the vendor announces partnerships with Red Hat, Microsoft and Google, eschewing building its own public cloud.


Tags: open source, cloud computing, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Dell, HP, IT infrastructure, OpenStack

7 Enterprise Search Appliances That Can Save the Day

End your document management nightmares by finding an enterprise search appliance that fits your budget, your work style and your data volume.


Tags: Google, enterprise search, appliance

5 Steps to an Optimized Data Center

Follow the Google's data center efficiency model when designing, locating and equipping your own data center.
Tags: Top 10, Google, energy efficiency, power and cooling

Google Speeds Up the Web with Apache Web Server Module

Google exec details how new mod_pagespeed open source module accelerates web server traffic for Apache Web Server users and why Go Daddy's millions of users are going to get a speed boost as a result.
Tags: open source, Google, Apache, Go Daddy, apache web server

GoogleCL: Command-Line Googling

Google tools are useful. If you're an Ubuntu or Debian user, you can now get even more out of them with GoogleCL.
Tags: open source, command line, Google, Ubuntu, Debian

Inside Ten of the World's Largest Data Centers

In pictures, here is an inside look at ten of the world’s largest data centers.
Tags: Facebook, Google, Microsoft, server, data center

Greenpeace Warns of Data Center Emissions in Cloud Computing Set Ups

The environmental activist group is sounding an alarm about the carbon footprint created in the transition to cloud computing. It urges IT firms to opt for renewables when they open new data centers.
Tags: cloud computing, Google, carbon footprint, green IT, energy

Google's Custom Server is a Heavily Modified Apache Server

The Google Web Server (GWS) is a custom Google server that was originally built from open-source Apache code.
Tags: Google, server, Apache, web server, GWS

VMware Takes Aim at Microsoft and Shoots for the Cloud

Virtually Speaking: VMware's purchase of Zimbra further solidifies its cloud strategy and puts it in direct competition with Microsoft.
Tags: Google, Cloud, Microsoft, virtualization, VMware

Google vs. Microsoft -- You Say You Want a Revolution

OS Roundup: Google might paint itself as benevolent market leader, but make no mistake, it's following the playbook written in Redmond. And Microsoft's not about to give up so easily. With the hype for Chrome OS growing, expect things to get ugly -- fast.
Tags: Windows, Google, Cloud, Microsoft, OS

2009 Datacenter Recap, What to Expect in 2010

Many lessons in managing computer centers the size of a football field were learned this year. How much of that will stick in 2010?
Tags: Google, Microsoft, datacenter, Enterprise, supercomputer

A How-to Guide for Dumping That Pesky Exchange Server

Is your Exchange Server driving you around the bend? Fear not, from hosted Exchange services to cloud-based Outlook-compatible email services, options abound.
Tags: email, Google, Cloud, Microsoft, Exchange

Google Yourself

Cover Your Assets: Google is more than just a search engine. It also offers a buffet of business services.
Tags: Google, Google Apps, frugality

Why Chrome OS Will Fail and Google Will Not Take Over the World

OS Roundup: Much hype is building around Google's OS for the always-connected user on the go. Google's misread of its target market's needs, however, will likely be a shortcoming too big to overcome.
Tags: Google, iPhone, netbook, OS, Google Chrome

Linux in 2009, Recession vs. GNU

Advocates predict continued growth for open source in the coming year, yet nagging security worries may play a role as well.
Tags: Google, search, virtualization, Dell, AMD