Dell Technologies Project APEX Unveiled

Today at Dell Tech World, Dell Technologies unveiled Project APEX. The new project is the name of the company’s expanding as-a-Service strategy. The main aim of Project APEX is to simplify how customers and partners access Dell technology on-demand, meaning the entire Dell and Dell EMC offerings, through a single self-service interface. (more…)
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Dell EMC PowerEdge R6525 Server Review

The Dell EMC PowerEdge R6525 is a 1U, dual-socket server designed for intensive, dense computing. Having the product number end in a 5 indicates that this particular server is an AMD EPYC variety. In this case, the R6525 leverages two AMD CPUs with support for up to 128 cores. (more…)
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HP Supports NVIDIA Omniverse & Releases New Z DreamColor Displays

HP has announced its latest innovations to its HP Create Ecosystem today at Adobe MAX. HP now offers creators new remote solutions and the necessary tools to collaborate, accelerate workflows, and iterate, so users can share their iterations and work in real-time from any environment. In addition, the next-gen Z by HP and DreamColor displays have been redesigned to suit the needs of creators, providing seamless color accuracy, high performance, and an ultra-thin frameless build. (more…)
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Intel Will Sell its NAND Memory Business to SK Hynix

Reports today indicate that Intel has agreed to sell its NAND memory chip business to SK Hynix, the South Korean chipmaker. Earlier Sources are suggested that the sale will go for roughly $10 billion; however, the deal was closed for $9 billion in an all-cash transaction that would see Intel’s SSD business in the United States go to SK Hynix. The deal will also include its 3D NAND factory in Dalian, China, though XPoint (Intel’s innovative NVMe technology that adds a high-performance tier between DRAM and NAND) will remain with the company. (more…)
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