The data center of the future is multi-cloud. Intel and its partners want to make that future easier and more successful for you and your customers.
Multi-cloud is the future because the cloud isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. Instead, it turns out, a public cloud is great for some applications, but not all. Same thing for an on-premises private cloud. Both are powerful, but only when and where appropriate.
Do you have customers who’d like enough processing power on their tablets and 2-in-1s to do the same kinds of heavy-duty computing — advanced content creation, AAA gaming and VR experiences — they now do on their laptops and desktop PCs?
Intel and — wait for it — AMD are on the case. These two erstwhile rivals have teamed up to create a new processor set that promises to end the tradeoff between performance and portability.
When you read “Tablet market declines 5.4% in third quarter…” on IDC’s latest report, you could be forgiven for feeling depressed. But you’d also be sort of wrong.
In one important way, IDC is correct. According to its calculations, a total of 40 million tablets were shipped worldwide in Q3 of this year. That is indeed 5.4% fewer than the 42.3 million units shipped in Q3 of last year.
How serious is Lenovo about expanding its PC business? Today the Chinese supplier announced the formation of a multimillion-dolllar PC joint venture with Fujitsu and the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ), even as Lenovo reported a Q2 profit decline.
Microsoft says it will ship the Surface Pro with LTE Advanced 2-in-1 device to business customers starting in December.
The company introduced the 2-in-1 back in May. At the time, the company said the LTE Advanced version would ship “later this year.” Well, here we are.
You already knew solid state drive technology was hot. Well, now it’s getting hotter.
Intel just introduced the first SSD line for desktop PCs and workstations based on the company’s Optane technology.
The new drives are called the Intel Optane SSD 900P Series. Intel says they’re just the ticket for what it calls “blazing-fast” gaming systems, as well as for disk-heavy workloads that include software development, 3D rendering and complex simulations.
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We knew spending on mobility hardware, software and services was big. Now we know just how big.
That’s thanks to IDC, which has just come out with its latest figures on mobility spending. The market watcher says worldwide mobility spending this year will total $1.58 trillion. That’s a lot of phones and service! It also represents a forecast increase of about 4% over total spending last year.
It’s big, bad world out there. Lenovo and Intel have come up with a powerful way to keep your PC-using customers safer online.
Lenovo is now offering 2-factor authentication for many of its devices based on 7th and 8th Gen Intel Core processors. That’s via Intel Online Connect, a 2-factor authentication service for Windows PCs based on Intel’s latest CPUs.
A new survey of IT pros finds your customers are a pretty satisfied group. But they could use your help with tools and resources, training and professional development.
The survey was conducted this past June by CompTIA, an IT association. In all, 820 IT professionals, all based in the United States, were surveyed.