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open Super Cali COVID count is somewhat out of focus, server crash and expired cert makes numbers quite atrocious 28
open HPE slashes Windows Server 2019 licence costs – if you buy direct for its AMD Epyc Rome-powered servers 4
open This investor blew nearly $300,000 on Intel shares the day before 7nm disaster reveal. Yup, she's suing 40
By J. Cook
open AMD is now following More's Law: More chips, more money, more pressure on Intel, more competition in the x86 space 35
open Oh sure, we'll just make a tiny little change in every source file without letting anyone know. What could go wrong? 103
open Hot, synchronous DRAM: Next-gen memory tech spec DDR5 lands 18
open Finally, a wafer-thin server... Only a tiny little thin one. Oh all right. Just the one... 143
By AlbertH
open Ampere smacks the ball over the net, back at Marvell: Our Altra Max cloud processor will have 128 Arm cores 8
open Ancient Arm server outfit Kaleao resprouts as Bamboo with CPU offload plan and electricity-saving power play 2
By HildyJ
open Latest Xeons land in new Huawei server despite looming US ban 3
By hoola
open Windows Server to require TPM2.0 and Secure boot by default in future release 27
open 'We're changing shift, and no one can log on!' It was at this moment our hero knew server-lugging chap had screwed up 75
open Server sales went through the roof in the first three months of 2020. Enjoy it while it lasts, Dell, HPE, and pals 1
open Dumpster diving to revive a crashing NetWare server? It was acceptable in the '90s 107
open Getting a pizza the action, AS/400 style 190
By Getmo
open AMD takes another crack at Intel's server stronghold with more Epyc silicon 12
By rcxb
open Welcome to the telco, we've got fun and games: BT inks 5-year deal to outsource mainframe management to IBM 35
open Gods of cloud smiled on Chinese server makers in Q4, as mainframe punters chucked a big bone at IBM 3
open Not exactly the kind of housekeeping you want when it means the hotel's server uptime is scrubbed clean 176
open Is that a typo? Oh, it's not a typo. Ampere really is touting an 80-core 64-bit 7nm Arm server processor dubbed Altra 20
open Chipzilla or Chipzooky? If Intel's server CPU sales keep on shrinking, El Reg will have to update the branding 13
open C'mon SPARCky, it's just an admin utility update. What could possibly go wrong? 174
open Coronavirus to decimate server supply chain, analysts claim: Sales to fall 10% as factories stay shut 13
open Who needs the A-Team or MacGyver when there's a techie with an SCSI cable? 164
open Intel server chip shortages continue to bite: HPE warns of Xeon processor supply drought for the whole of 2020 43
open The Register disappears up its own fundament with a Y2K prank to make a BOFH's grinchy heart swell with pride 34
By rskurat
open El Reg presents: Your one-step guide on where not to store electronic mail 146
open Apple sues iPhone CPU design ace after he quits to run data-center chip upstart Nuvia 95
open Here's a bit of Intel for you: Neri a day goes by that HPE doesn't feel CPU shortage pinch 22
open Ohhh, you're so rugged! Microsoft swoons at new Lenovo box pushing Azure to the edge 5
open IT protip: Never try to be too helpful lest someone puts your contact details next to unruly boxen 144
open AMD isn't playing around: Bad console quarter a drag on chip slinger's finances 5
open SPARCs fly as Oracle recharges Arm server processor designer Ampere with $40m 26
open Justice served: There is no escape from the long server log of the law 168
open Handcranked HTML and JPEG japes. What could possibly go wrong? 95
By rskurat
open What goes up must come down, and that applies to the server market in Q2 too 6
open Divert the power to the shields. 'I'm givin' her all she's got, Captain!' 185
By Criggie
open Here's to beer, without which we'd never have the audacity to Google an error message at 3am 157
By eionmac
open Seagate spins off a bit of cash from slowing disk drive business 6
open Huawei is planning to inject $436m into Arm-based server silicon 25
open If malware wants to bury deep inside your Lenovo or Gigabyte servers, they can just ask Vertiv's insecure BMC firmware 24
open SQL Server 2008 finally shuffles into the home for retired relational databases 56
open Packet hauls microservers out of dusty grave: Whoa! Necromancy is really edgy 8
By jtaylor
open Having bank problems? I feel bad for you son: I've got 25 million problems, but a bulk upload ain't one 161
By Kiwi
open Microsoft emits next year's Windows Server for lucky Insiders... as for the rest of you, see you vNext year 11
open DIY with Akamai: What to do when no one sells the servers you need? You build your own 18
open IBM walks away from £870m T-Systems mainframe deal amid competition concerns 5
open Be careful what you wish for: Nutanix wanted subscribers, just not that many all at once 8
By Mhub
open Tyan's early hardware for Nvidia's shiny new EGX platform is *ta-da* a bargain-basement server 2
By Roxor
open German anti-cartel bods tell IBM to 'warten' as T-Systems deal probe extended by two weeks 6



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