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AMD powering new generation of laptops

AMD powering new generation of laptops

Jon Peddie offers a quick summary of why Bristol Ridge is worthy of your consideration. AMD is rolling out its seventh-generation APU code-named Bristol Ridge. (APU means Accelerated Processing Unit; it’s AMD’s way to combine CPU and GPU in one chip.) It’s bigger, faster, uses less power, and has found homes in Acer, HP, Lenovo […]

By April 14, 2016 Read More →
New Jersey Search and Rescue streamlines search logistics with large-format printing

New Jersey Search and Rescue streamlines search logistics with large-format printing

  Their new HP DesignJet accepts print commands from mobile devices; the scanner is used to digitize hand-annotated maps containing important information. New Jersey Search and Rescue (NJSAR) is a team of more than 50 highly trained volunteers who conduct an average of 25 missing-person searches per year, On call 24 hours a day, seven […]

By February 22, 2016 Read More →
Review: HP new entry-class Z240 workstation

Review: HP new entry-class Z240 workstation

Intel Skylake processors give a lot of bang for the buck. By Alex Herrera The big news in the workstation market in the fourth quarter of 2015 was the arrival of Skylake. Workstation vendors had been champing at the bit, waiting on the first release of Intel’s 14-nm processor generation and eager to refresh two […]

By February 12, 2016 Read More →
Workstation market sticks to the right script in third quarter

Workstation market sticks to the right script in third quarter

Latest report from Jon Peddie Research shows continued growth while the larger PC market continues to shrink. After a surprisingly disappointing first quarter of 2015, followed up by a welcome rebound in Q2, all eyes were on Q3 to find out exactly which script the workstation market would follow. Would it track PCs downhill, like […]

By December 1, 2015 Read More →
Intel Skylake triggers industry-wide workstation product refresh

Intel Skylake triggers industry-wide workstation product refresh

HP and Dell out of the chute with new mobile and entry deskside models By Alex Herrera Intel has launched a new generation of CPUs, and all the workstation vendors are now launching products to match. It hasn’t always been this way. When it came to timing of new product releases, the vertically integrated workstation […]

By October 18, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
The 3MF format pulls ahead with important new members

The 3MF format pulls ahead with important new members

The 3MF consortium has reached an important milestone with the participation of key members including 3D Systems, Stratasys, Siemens PLM, SLM Solutions, and Materialise. Meanwhile, Microsoft has figured out a new way to do standards with the Joint Development Foundation.

Heads-up roundup from CES 2015

Heads-up roundup from CES 2015

Google Glass is out, Sony Smart Glasses are in.   Google has given up on this round of its Google Glass experiment. The com­pany has announced it is ending the Explorer program and it will spin out the Google Glass group as a stand­alone project headed by Tony Fadell, formerly of Apple and founder of […]

Workstation market remains solid in third quarter

Workstation market remains solid in third quarter

New report from Jon Peddie Research shows 4.7% gain from 3Q13. The market for workstations remains a healthy one, says Jon Peddie Research it its latest quarterly report. The third quarter of calendar 2014 saw the market ship the second-highest volume total ever recorded. Worldwide, the industry shipped approximately 1.02 million workstations last quarter, posting […]

By December 1, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
HP sets sights on 3D printing again with homegrown technology

HP sets sights on 3D printing again with homegrown technology

Reselling a Stratasys printer went nowhere; this time HP will come to market with a truly innovative platform. HP has introduced new 3D printing technology which it will bring to market over the next 15 months. HP Multi Jet Fusion is a technology based on its recently introduced Thermal Inkjet technology. It uses a new […]

And then there were two

And then there were two

How the HP split will benefit shareholders HP will do what Meg Whitman said shouldn’t be done when she took over—spin off the PC group. Evidently the purchasing power Whitman referred to in her reasons for not selling off the PC group haven’t produced the ROI shareholders want, and it’s time for Plan B. HP […]

By October 13, 2014 0 Comments Read More →