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AMD announces Ryzen Pro 6000 series mobile processors for business

AMD has released its next-generation commercial-grade mobile processors with improved efficiency, new graphics, and higher compute performance. The 6000 series Ryzen Pro processors, based on the...

Coffee Briefing April 19, 2022 – Xero partners with FIFA Women’s Football; Liquid Avatar launches new art gallery in metaverse; Fortinet security training service;...

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The power of two: Apple’s M1 Ultra chip is two M1 Max chips joined together

Apple’s new M1 Ultra system-on-chip (SoC) stole the show at its event on March 9, coming with double the number of processor and graphics...

Channel Bytes March 11, 2022 – Women in Cyber nominations open; new competency for Ingram Micro Cloud; datacentre capex spend growing; and more

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Channel Bytes March 4, 2022 – Universal Chiplet Interconnect; Industrial IoT AI Framework; global network interconnection; and more

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Channel Bytes February 18, 2022 – MAPLESEC Satellite; Intel roadmap; Ingram Micro Cloud enhances marketplace; and more

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Channel Bytes February 11, 2022 – new products from Cisco; new Dynatrace partner program; Quest update; and more

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Contamination incident affects ‘at least 6.5 exabytes’ of SSD memory chips

Western Digital and Kioxia announced a contamination incident at their NAND flash memory production sites in Yokkaichi and Kitakami, Japan. In a statement posted on...

Local manufacturing of semiconductors a priority worldwide

Driven by the semiconductor shortage, nations that rely on offshore chip manufacturing are looking to bring at least some of their design and manufacturing...

Channel Bytes February 4, 2022 – CDN award nominations open; Sysdig goes channel first; Securicy rebrands; and more

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Channel Bytes January 14, 2022 – new switches; partner hunting; class action; and more

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CES 2022: Intel 12th gen ‘Alder Lake’ processors arrive in mobile platforms

At CES 2022 on Jan. 4, Intel released the 12th gen “Alder Lake” mobile processors for laptops and mobile workstations. Intel’s mobile segment now comprises...

CES 2022: Lenovo announces ThinkPad Z Series laptops

Lenovo has expanded its ThinkPad business laptop family with the AMD-powered Z Series. At launch, the Z Series comprises the 13-inch ThinkPad Z13 and...

Coffee Briefing Jan. 4, 2022 – accessibility maps; airlines request 5G delay; and more

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Rootkit in HPE server management module can wipe hard drives: Report

Administrators with HPE servers in their environments are being warned that a rootkit is circulating that takes advantage of a vulnerability in the Integrated...

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