AMD

AMD's attempt to seize the initiative on visual computing by purchasing ATI Technologies hasn't panned out and the company so far hasn't been able to stem the flow of red ink, though the CEO told investors in December 2007 there were "bold plans" to return the company to profitability. AMD has been seen as having trouble getting products out the door and gaining in the market against rival Intel. But the two leading chip makers have been reported lately as distancing themselves from other competitors in the field.


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Will Social Networking and Unified Communications Compete, Coexist or Cooperate?

It is entirely possible that the emergence of social networking is what ends up saving UC. More >

Microsoft, Google Help Create Ethernet Consortium for Clouds

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Interviews

Inside the Network Flow Processor

Arthur Cole spoke with Jarrod Siket, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Netronome.   Cole: The concept of network flow processing is fairly new in the data center. What exactly does More >

AMD Tries to Shanghai Virtualization

Arthur Cole spoke with Charles King, principal analyst, Pund-IT, Inc. Cole: The Shanghai processors came out earlier than expected and seem to be in good working order. Do you think the company More >

ASICs for Adaptec

Arthur Cole spoke with S. "Sundi" Sundaresh, president/CEO, Adaptec.   Cole: Now that Adaptec has brought its application-specific integration circuit (ASIC) development in-house with the More >

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