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From reducing famine to saving lives through advanced weather forecasting, organizations are using supercomputers to solve some of the world's most complicated issues.
DAILY VIDEO: Google previews the largest quantum computing processor to date; the DDoS record is broken again as memcached attacks hit 1.7 Tbps; Microsoft revamps the privacy setup experience in Windows 10; and there's more.
At 72 qubits, Google's Bristlecone quantum processor comfortably exceeds the capacity of the 50-qubit processor IBM introduced last November
The supply of server DRAM has not kept up with demand, even though suppliers have assigned more capacity to their server product lines. Large data center projects in North America have contributed to the strong demand, researcher said.
Downloads of base Windows Server Core containers are 30 percent smaller than before in preview build 17079.
The County of San Mateo’s aging server infrastructure and lack of physical space made it difficult to support operations and take on new IT projects. Here’s how it handled the problem.
Canada's Long & McQuade needed a solution that would modernize their infrastructure with high availability and virtualization capabilities but could be managed with limited IT personnel resources.
IBM is showing progress in its quantum computing development efforts with the announcement of a 20-qubit processor and the introduction of the first customers that will have early access to the system.
In a memo to employees, Brian Krzanich says that taking risks and making bold moves into growth markets is now the “new normal” at the chip maker.
Cloud services providers Baidu and Microsoft will use AMD’s new EPYC server chips in their cloud environment, helping AMD in its efforts to grow its server ambitions.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators update allows users to try out beta version of Microsoft's native Secure Shell Client to establish encrypted connections to remote and cloud servers.
The new Power9 processor and Power System AC922 system includes an I/O subsystem that officials say will accelerate the movement of data.