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Intel unveils Intel Xeon E7 equipped with 10 hearts

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Empowered, the new Intel Xeon E7 will create servers equipped with a maximum of 80 physical cores, an ideal offer for critical applications.

Intel has just lifted curtain on its new processors, Xeon Westmere-EX new generation. These chips are engraved in 32 nm and integrate Hyper-Threading technology. They also provide instructions for using the AES-NI encryption and secure execution of TXT technology. This range is divided into three subsets: the Xeon E7-2800 (bisocket), E7-4800 (quadrisocket) and E7-8800 (octosocket). read more

Dell EqualLogic Hybrid Arrays for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

If you are one of those who always keep an eye on new technology updates, then you surely know the benefits offered by Desktop Virtualization. If you are still unaware about this form of technology, then you must read this article. Desktop Virtualization or in short VDI simplify the management tasks and reduce the costs. These potential TCO (Total Cost Ownership) benefits are mainly noteworthy, but VDI deployments still often require you to make an up-front investment in new hardware and software. Particularly, the cost and management associated with storage for VDI deployments can be a big challenge, as you need to consider a solution that can handle the performance and capacity requirements that come along with VDI. read more

Network Storage: Western Digital rack mounts for SMEs

Western Digital intends to provide SMEs large account distribution for storage in rack mount server format, based on Intel Atom with a maximum capacity of 16 TB, data preservation oriented with support for virtual environments.

A call for SMEs and its branch offices of large accounts that have opted for infrastructure storage type rack, Western Digital responds with a dedicated NAS server: the Sentinel RX4100.

In 1U, this model built in single-socket based on Intel ATOM (Dual core 1.8 GHz) is positioned as the DX4000 which seems a successor. 4-bay SATA 3 (6 GB/s), the maximum storage capacity is 16 TB HDD or SSD in a Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 essentials environment. read more

Twitter Introduces its Analytics Feature.

After successfully introducing Twitter Ads, the micro-blogging site has also introduced an Analytics feature coupled with its advertising service to make it convenient for users to assess the performance of their campaign and monitor their tweets.

The Analytics feature can be found on the top bar when a user logs in to the Twitter Ads account. Using the Analytics one can get hold of valuable data about the users and their activity on Twitter.

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Using Analytics one can get information about the number of people who followed and unfollowed the users and the amount of times they were mentioned recently. Furthermore it also provides data about the performance of their recent tweets based on the number of retweets, favorites or replies the tweets have received. read more

Federal Trade Commission suing Dish Network for violating Telemarketing Sales Rule

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Satellite TV provider, Dish Network, is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for allegedly violating the Federal Trade Commission’s “Telemarketing Sales Rule” by calling millions of people who have asked to be taken off the company’s call list. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz said that “it is particularly disappointing when a well-established, nationally known company – which ought to know better – appears to have flagrantly and illegally made millions of invasive calls to Americans who specifically told Dish Network to leave them alone.” read more

19 million Americans cannot get high-speed Internet broadband access

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced during its eighth annual broadband progress report on the state of broadband/Internet access in America, announced that 19 million Americans still do not have access to  high-speed broadband above the 3Mbps threshold. However, the report also detailed the advances the progress that  is being made, including “LTE deployment by mobile networks.”

The FCC’s report highlights the concerns that 6% of Americans – 19 million – still lack any access to high-speed broadband. FCC further clarified the specific areas of concern: read more