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Dell Enhances Leadership in Desktop Virtualization with New Appliance, Thin Client, Software Solutions
Dell Inc. is introducing a broad set of desktop virtualization (VDI) solutions across its portfolio that make it easier than ever for customers to deploy, configure and manage their VDI environments, including the Dell EMC XC Xpress for VDI appliance, the Latitude 3480 mobile thin client, the (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Dell Enhances Leadership in Desktop Virtualization with New Appliance, Thin Client, Software Solutions
Dell Inc. is introducing a broad set of desktop virtualization (VDI) solutions across its portfolio that make it easier than ever for customers to deploy, configure and manage their VDI environments, including the Dell EMC XC Xpress for VDI appliance, the Latitude 3480 mobile thin client, the (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Atari ST multitasking OS Geneva/NeoDesk to be open sourced
Back before MiNT became officially supported by Atari Corp, there were a few attempts at adding multitasking on the Atari ST. One of them was Geneva, a multitasking environment that was very light on resources and worked on a standard ST. NeoDesk is a desktop replacement that works well with (...)
[OSNews]

Intel Core i9-7900X review
Intel's latest 10-core, high-end desktop (HEDT) chip - the Core i9-7900X - costs £900/$1000. That's £500/$500 less than its predecessor, the i7-6950X. In previous years, such cost-cutting would have been regarded as generous. You might, at a stretch, even call it good value. But that was at a (...)
[OSNews]

AMD introduces Ryzen PRO processors
This morning AMD is introducing their Ryzen PRO processors for business and commercial desktop PCs. The new lineup of CPUs includes the Ryzen 3 PRO, Ryzen 5 PRO and Ryzen 7 PRO families with four, six, or eight cores running at various frequencies. A superset to the standard Ryzen chips, the (...)
[OSNews]

ASUS Launches XG-C100C 10Gbps Network Adapter
ASUS is excited to launch the XG-C100C, an all-new affordable network adapter designed to enable ultra-fast 10Gbps network access for desktop PCs, so you can easily handle the most data-intensive workloads in your office or at home. The ASUS XG-C100C uses next-generation 10GBase-T (10G) (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Apple needs to sell a computer with a good GPU for $1000
I'm not asking for an iPhone with replaceable RAM. I understand the value of a sleek, highly integrated, highly custom product. But if the most important and expensive part of the desktop computer you're looking to buy is the GPU, it's insane to choose one that's soldered to the motherboard. (...)
[OSNews]

Apple WWDC 2017 keynote: HomePod speaker and iMac Pro announced – as it happened
Apple announces new $5,000 desktop computer, spec bumps to the iMac, and watchOS, iOS and Mac updates at San Jose conference iMac Pro: Apple launches powerful new desktopWhat to expect from the keynote 8.32pm BST Four major announcements from Apple today: 8.26pm BST And that’s it. Cook’s back (...)
[The Guardian]

iMac Pro: Apple launches powerful new desktop – starting at $4,999
Apple hopes its pro-level all-in-one computer helps maintain its hold on the creative industry and also updates MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac linesApple WWDC 2017 keynote – live Apple has announced a brand new computer in the form of a $4,999 iMac Pro at its developer conference in San Jose, (...)
[The Guardian]

MaXX Interactive Desktop brings IRIX desktop to Linux
The MaXX Interactive Desktop a.k.a. The MaXX Desktop is the continuation of the 5dwm.org implementation released many years back. So don't be mistaken, there is only one implementation of the SGI Desktop on Linux. Our goal is to bring to the masses this great user experience which focus on (...)
[OSNews]

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