Santa Clara Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Santa Clara, CA.

Results 1 - 9 of 9 for "u:computerworld.com.au" in Santa Clara, CA

  1. Samsung's massive 32TB SSD includes cutting-edge 3D chip technologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | ComputerWorld

    The size of SSDs are ramping up at a dizzying pace, and Samsung is intensifying the race with its highest-capacity 32TB SSD. Samsung's SSD -- which will ship next year -- has just over twice the capacity of the company's PM1663a SSD, which shipped in March.

    Comment?

  2. Intel paves way for 3D XPoint SSDs and memory to work on AMD PCsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | ComputerWorld

    Intel's lightning-fast Optane SSDs and memory won't be limited to PCs featuring the company's own chips, but could work with PCs based on AMD processors as well. Intel wants to make adoption of Optane easy for makers of PCs and servers regardless of the chips they use, said Rob Crooke, senior vice president and general manager of the company's Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group, in an interview.

    Comment?

  3. Lenovo crams 48TB of SSD storage on a boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | ComputerWorld

    Lenovo is developing an SSD storage board with a monstrous 48TB capacity, and the company plans to release it by the middle of next year. The board is basically a collection of high-capacity SSDs.

    Comment?

  4. Micron's super-fast 3D Xpoint SSDs will ship through storage partnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | ComputerWorld

    Intel won't be the only company gearing up to sell super-fast SSDs based on the new 3D Xpoint storage and memory technology; other storage companies will also offer them with technology provided by Micron. Micron detailed its 3DXpoint plans Tuesday at the Flash Memory Summit conference in Santa Clara, California.

    Comment?

  5. Micron aims to cram more storage in smartphones with 3D NAND flashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | ComputerWorld

    Micron announced its first 3D NAND chip for mobile devices with the goal of cramming more storage into handsets, and maybe reducing reliance on SD card slots. 3D NAND provides more capacity in the same size chip than other technologies can.

    Comment?

  6. Interop at 30: New technology, new missionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2016 | ComputerWorld

    The Interop conference convening this week will be a far cry from the gathering of a small group of technology pioneers who sought interoperability among Internet devices 30 years ago. The 30th version running this week in Las Vegas features a trade show with more than 160 vendors displaying their wares and where its interoperability mission ventures far outside the show's signature InteropNet Demo Lab.

    Comment?

  7. MIT, Harvard researchers push new way for users to control access to personal dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | ComputerWorld

    Cryptography researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed software called Sieve that is designed to help users keep track of encrypted personal data and better manage it in the cloud. The Web infrastructure concepts behind Sieve could have significant implications for government searches of data, such as in the Apple-FBI case, or for companies using personal data from fitness bands and other devices for marketing and other purposes.

    Comment?

  8. AT&T wants the world to see its software for spinning up servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2016 | ComputerWorld

    AT&T has revealed details of a software platform that makes it easier for customers to order new services, and the company may release the code as open source for other service providers to use. The massive U.S. carrier has been on a full-tilt push to put its network under software control for the past several years, aiming to slash the time and effort required to deliver new services and change settings like the speed of a customer's connections.

    Comment?

  9. ARM readies update to IoT platform -- but it's not ready for prime time yetRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2015 | ComputerWorld

    ARM's mbed OS development platform for the IoT is still only a technology preview, a month after the company had planned a final release Chip designer ARM will be trying to convince developers that all is well with its IoT platform, mbed OS, at its TechCon event in Santa Clara, California, this week. The company is promising a new version of the software, and updates to a cloud platform and hardware reference designs intended to make it easier to prototype products.

    Comment?

Santa Clara Job Listings
View or post Santa Clara job listings on Topix.
Santa Clara Real Estate
News, listings, and foreclosures in Santa Clara from Topix.
Santa Clara Mortgages
Find mortgage rates in Santa Clara on Topix.