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Samsung predicts record Q2 gain interjection to memory chip demand

SAMSUNG IS EXPECTING record second-quarter gain interjection to thanks to a flourishing memory chip business. The Korean organisation pronounced on Thursday that handling distinction for a three-month duration approaching would come in during 14 trillion won (around £9.4bn), a 72 per cent boost year-on-year and aloft than a 13.1 trillion won (£8.8bn) normal approaching by analysts. Revenue is also approaching to ... Read More »

Samsung skeleton to turn a enclose during storage, a 20.4tn Don

SAMSUNG IS SINKING sinking over $18bn into a chip business as it attempts to indurate a place in a market. In a matter expelled on Tuesday, Samsung reliable it was going to spend 20.4tn Won (around $18bn, £13.9bn) by 2022 to ascent a chip fab plants in Pyeongtaek (the biggest such plant in a world) and Hwaseong. The Pyeongtaek plant has ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen success sees firm claw back CPU market share from Intel

CHIPMAKER AMD’s slice of the x86 microprocessor market looks like it will bounce back dramatically this year, if the volume of benchmarks logged by PassMark Software is anything to go by. The company’s CPU benchmarking service logs thousands of benchmark results performed by its software every day. But since early 2006, it has logged an almost relentless decline in interest ... Read More »

Met Police still using Windows XP on 18,000 PCs

THE MET POLICE is still regulating Windows XP on 18,000 PCs, carrying upgraded only 1,000 to some-more secure handling systems since Dec 2016.  Indeed, it would seem that a gait of change is slowing, with Metropolitan Police regulating Windows XP on 35,000 PCs in Apr 2015, 27,000 in Aug 2016, and 19,000 in Dec final year, according to Freedom of ... Read More »

NotPetya is, er, not ransomware, victims doubtful to get files back

THE SO-CALLED ‘NotPetya’ ransomware, which was initial identified in Ukraine and fast widespread worldwide, is reportedly designed to destroy information with a ransomware component dictated as small some-more than a cover. Security program association Kaspersky has warned that there is “little wish for victims to redeem their data” if they tumble plant to a ransomware illegitimate since a designation ID ... Read More »

Met Police still regulating using Windows XP on 18,000 PCs

THE MET POLICE is still regulating Windows XP on 18,000 PCs, carrying upgraded only 1,000 to some-more secure handling systems since Dec 2016.  Indeed, it would seem that a gait of change is slowing, with Metropolitan Police regulating Windows XP on 35,000 PCs in Apr 2015, 27,000 in Aug 2016, and 19,000 in Dec final year, according to Freedom of ... Read More »

Western Digital objects to SK Hynix impasse in Toshiba chip biz sale

WESTERN DIGITAL has thrown a toys out of a pram again, and looks set to check a sale of Toshiba’s semiconductor business if a consortium that includes opposition NAND peep builder SK Hynix emerges as a elite bidder.  The warning was done by Western Digital CEO Stephen Milligan in a minute to a house of Toshiba, seen by Reuters. “I ... Read More »

Samsung’s Exynos i T200 chip takes aim during a Internet of Things

SAMSUNG HAS STARTED mass prolongation of a initial Exynos chip directed during a Internet of Things (IoT), a Exynos i T200.   The Samsung Exynos i T200 is built on a low-power 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) process, and pairs a Cortex-R4 processor with an additional Cortex-M0+ chip that Samsung says enables the inclination it supports to perform several tasks though ... Read More »

AMD sets sights on Intel with launch of initial Zen-based Epyc server processors

AMD HAS denounced a initial era of a Zen-based Epyc server processors as it looks to take on Intel in a information centre market. We knew this was coming, and AMD on Monday showed off a AMD Epyc 7000 array during an eventuality in Austin, Texas. The lowest-spec charity is the Epyc 7251, that offers 8 cores ancillary 16 coexisting threads, ... Read More »

Ryzen launch sees AMD’s revenues arise 18 per cent arise in Q1

AMD, Intel’s faded opposition in a PC and server microprocessor market, has shown signs that of a turnaround following an 18 per cent arise in revenues in a initial quarter. The association used a bank holiday weekend to betray a results, with revenues weighing in during $984m, adult from $832m in a same entertain in 2016. The company’s net waste were ... Read More »

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