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Linux kernel developers discuss dropping x32 support
It was just several years ago that the open-source ecosystem began supporting the x32 ABI, but already kernel developers are talking of potentially deprecating the support and for it to be ultimately removed. The Linux x32 ABI as a reminder requires x86_64 processors and is engineered to (...)
[OSNews]

Word processor pioneer Evelyn Berezin dies aged 93
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
[BBC News]

Word processor pioneer Evelyn Berezin dies aged 93
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
[BBC]

Western Digital Delivers New Innovations to Drive Open Standard Interfaces and RISC-V Processor Development
Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ: WDC) today announced at the RISC-V Summit three new open-source innovations designed to support Western Digital's internal RISC-V development efforts and those of the growing RISC-V ecosystem. In his keynote address, Western Digital's Chief Technology Officer (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Western Digital Delivers New Innovations to Drive Open Standard Interfaces and RISC-V Processor Development
Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ: WDC) today announced at the RISC-V Summit three new open-source innovations designed to support Western Digital's internal RISC-V development efforts and those of the growing RISC-V ecosystem. In his keynote address, Western Digital's Chief Technology Officer (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Amazon developed its own ARM core for its own cloud services
Today we are launching EC2 instances powered by Arm-based AWS Graviton Processors. Built around Arm cores and making extensive use of custom-built silicon, the A1 instances are optimized for performance and cost. They are a great fit for scale-out workloads where you can share the load across a (...)
[OSNews]

Thales joins RISC-V Foundation to help secure open-source microprocessors
- • Thales expertise will support the design of secure, dependable microprocessors. - • Thales is committed to a coordinated approach to future hardware developments by industry and the academic community - • The open source hardware revolution has implications for most of the embedded systems (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Thales joins RISC-V Foundation to help secure open-source microprocessors
- • Thales expertise will support the design of secure, dependable microprocessors. - • Thales is committed to a coordinated approach to future hardware developments by industry and the academic community - • The open source hardware revolution has implications for most of the embedded systems (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Google, Microsoft working on Chrome for Windows 10 on ARM
Windows 10 is catching up with all the other operating systems by offering better support for ARM processors, but this means third-party developers will also need to work on making their apps faster in the new ecosystem. Google now seems to have begun work on Google Chrome for Windows 10 on (...)
[OSNews]

Windows' kernel once tried to deal with gamma rays
Another great little story from The Old New Thing. At one point, the following code was added to the part of the kernel that brings the system out of a low-power state: ; ; Invalidate the processor cache so that any stray gamma ; rays (I'm serious) that may have flipped cache bits ; while in S1 (...)
[OSNews]

The IBM z14 microprocessor and system control design
Archaic to most people, IBM mainframes play a pivotal role in our everyday life. Behind the scenes, these state-of-the-art machines process billions of transactions every day. Announced in July of last year, IBM's latest mainframe is the z14, succeeding the z13 which launched back in 2015. (...)
[OSNews]

The Intel Core i9-9980XE review: refresh until it hertz
AnandTech has published its comprehensive benchmarks and tests of the Intel Core i9-9980XE, and while this $2000 processor is unlikely to grace any of our computers, the article has some choice words for Intel. The problem with the 9980XE is that it's basically a 7980XE with slightly higher (...)
[OSNews]

Online.net Deploys AMD EPYC Processors in its Bare Metal Server Offering, Boosts Performance for its Dedicated Hosting Services
AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and Online.net, a leading infrastructure provider, today announced the deployment of AMD EPYCâ„¢ 7000 series processors across several of the Online.net Dedibox Bare-Metal Server offerings. Online.net is boosting its server lineup by introducing AMD EPYC processor-based (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Online.net Deploys AMD EPYC Processors in its Bare Metal Server Offering, Boosts Performance for its Dedicated Hosting Services
AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and Online.net, a leading infrastructure provider, today announced the deployment of AMD EPYCâ„¢ 7000 series processors across several of the Online.net Dedibox Bare-Metal Server offerings. Online.net is boosting its server lineup by introducing AMD EPYC processor-based (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Online.net Deploys AMD EPYC Processors in its Bare Metal Server Offering, Boosts Performance for its Dedicated Hosting Services
AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and Online.net, a leading infrastructure provider, today announced the deployment of AMD EPYCâ„¢ 7000 series processors across several of the Online.net Dedibox Bare-Metal Server offerings. Online.net is boosting its server lineup by introducing AMD EPYC processor-based (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

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