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MJP Technologies
Q&A: How MJP runs PC programs faster with Intel Optane memory

In the blink of an eye. That’s how fast frequently used software programs can run on a properly configured PC. Who says? MJP Technologies, an IT solutions provider based in Ventura, Calif. In...


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Intel and Lightbits team up to create high-performance storage solutions

A new collaboration between Intel and Lightbits Labs can help your data-center customers lower their storage costs while improving their disk capacity utilization. This strategic collaboration was...


In the Zone video podcast
Video: Get ‘In the Zone’ with PC benchmarking, HPC and accelerated server deliveries

Too much news, and you can’t keep up? Get in the zone with the 4th in our series of video podcasts featuring Peter Krass, editor of Tech Provider Zone, and Ed Hannan, senior digital content manager...


IoT worker
Getting serious about IoT? Get smart with help from Intel

If you’re a systems integrator, domain expert or consultant who’s getting serious about the Internet of Things, Intel is here to help. Intel knows that delivering IoT solutions is far from easy. This...


Intel Data Center Block for cloud
Move faster with stock visibility options for Intel Data Center Blocks

Looking to accelerate your business? Intel has a new program that lets you order Intel Data Center Blocks (Intel DCBs) from an array of supply availability options, including in-stock prebuilt, pre-...


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When does tech go back to normal? Maybe it doesn’t

The pandemic has transformed the way people work, learn and play, and it’s also transformed the tech industry. But once we have an effective vaccine, won’t things go back to normal — meaning, the way...


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Notebook, tablet sales buoy HP, Dell, Apple

With so many people now working, learning and playing at home, you might think sales of laptops and tablets would be strong. And you’d be right. HP and Dell yesterday reported quarterly earnings that...


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