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First-gen HP Project Moonshot bypasses ARM for Intel

First-gen HP Project Moonshot bypasses ARM for Intel

If you recall, HP’s Project Moonshot was an attempt ot create an ultra low-power server using ARM’s Calxeda, allowing the company to pack a large number of servers into a single rack unit. Now it looks like HP has decided to move in a different direction, announcing that it will be initially using Intel’s “Centerton” Atom chips instead. HP say they went with Atom due to the 64-bit support, hardware virtualization, low power requirements, and a broader software ecosystem.

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Samsung SAFE Galaxy S III tackles enterprise security

Samsung SAFE Galaxy S III tackles enterprise security

Samsung has revealed its first SAFE-branded Android smartphone, a secured version of the Galaxy S III targeting enterprise customers wary that data safety could slip through the cracks of Android fragmentation. SAFE - or Samsung Approved for Enterprise - will "defragment the Android OS across multiple versions from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich at US carriers" according to the Korean company, with support for AES-256 bit encryption, VPN and Mobile Device Management functionality, among other things.

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Dell shows off its first ARM-based servers

Dell shows off its first ARM-based servers

Need a server for your small business, but don't want the huge, expensive and power-hungry x86 models that have been all the rage for decades? Then Dell would like a word. Today they've introduced their first server blades built on the ubiquitous ARM platform, better known for smartphones and tablets than enterprise hardware. The Copper-class C500 3U units can fit a dozen into a chassis, and only draw 15 watts of power each.

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HP launches Compaq LA2405x 24-inch LCD monitor

HP launches Compaq LA2405x 24-inch LCD monitor

If you're anything like me, the rise of 16:9 computer monitors is the bane of your working life - give me the (slightly) older 16:10 standard or nothing. That seems to be HP's reasoning behind the LA2405x, a 24-inch budget business monitor that bucks the trend of wider displays (with lower resolutions). The TN-LCD panel comes with a size-standard resolution of 1920x1200 pixels.

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HP Compaq Elite 8300 and Pro 6300 towers aim for business market

HP Compaq Elite 8300 and Pro 6300 towers aim for business market

As part of Hewlett-Packard's massive spring debut, they're showing off a pair of desktops in the dual-orientation tower form factor. Both are being released under the old Compaq label, but you won't find the familiar red branding here: the desktops look morel ike scaled down versions of HP's Z workstations. Both machines come in full-sized or small form factor versions.

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HTC makes its case for “bring your own device” business clients

HTC makes its case for “bring your own device” business clients

Despite coming in second overall in total smartphone sales, iOS is crushing Android in the business world. HTC doesn't intend to let the status quo stand, and has created a new marketing website advocating its Android smartphones for "bring your own device" (BYOD) use for corporate clients. HTCpro outlines the features on the manufacturer's phone, with a particular eye towards security and business solutions.

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Google courts business with Mobile Playbook

Google courts business with Mobile Playbook

Google is making a play for harried execs with a new guide to integrating mobile tech - preferably with lashings of Android, of course - into enterprise. Dubbed the Google Mobile Playbook, or "the busy executive's guide to winning with mobile," the interactive document covers everything from mobile consumers, branded apps and marketing, as well as how tablets can be better leveraged, as Google attempts to increase its footprint among companies.

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Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell announced four new workstations today for its enterprise Precision lineup that have been revamped with Intel's latest 32nm E5 series Xeon chips, error-free memory technology, and a redesigned chassis for greater serviceability. The new workstations are designed to handle the intensive computing needs of engineering, product design, animation and other graphics professionals. They include the Dell T7600, T5600, T3600, and the T1650.

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IBM launches cloud-ready PureSystems

IBM launches cloud-ready PureSystems

IBM has launched a new family of integrated, flexible, and scalable computing systems designed to simplify and automate enterprise cloud computing, acting as building blocks for cloud-ready data centers. The new integrated hardware and software solution is called PureSystems and will kick off with two models, PureFlex System and PureApplications System, that will begin shipping this quarter.

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