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Silicon Motion Demos Low-Power PCie 5.0 SSD Controller: SM2508

Rounding out our Computex 2024 SSD controller news, let’s talk about the final major controller vendor at the show: Silicon Motion. Silicon Motion has been somewhat late to the PCIe Gen5 SSD party, as its rival Phison has been offering their high-end PS5026-E26 controller for almost 18 months now. But as Silicon Motion gets ready…

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Tech industry losing steam for DE&I, finds TTC report

While the technology industry has made progress with diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives over the past five years, carelessness, budget cuts and rollbacks threaten to pause or reverse progress, the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) has found. In its 2023 annual benchmarking report, the not-for-profit warned of “concerning changes” across the tech landscape, including a…

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Samsung workers are on strike for the first time in the company’s history

For the first time since the company’s founding, Samsung workers are on strike. The New York Times reports that Samsung workers in the chip division are expected to make up a majority of the employees skipping work on Friday for the one-day strike. Samsung union representatives explained that negotiations over pay increases and bonuses had…

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Best practices to beat container misconfiguration

While misconfigured containers are a major challenge in cloud security, this can often be traced to shortcuts to cloud and containerisation divorced from the overall strategy. Focus on technical and tactical migrations, or even managing revenues, can be to the detriment of risk management and business results, with Drew Firment, chief cloud strategist at learning…

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RIP Windows 10: AMD’s new Ryzen AI 300 CPUs will skip older OS for Windows 11

AMD’s incoming Ryzen AI 300 processors (Strix Point) for laptops have dropped support for Windows 10, as buzz on the rumor mill previously indicated might happen.Tom’s Hardware let us know that AMD has canned Windows 10 with its new Zen 5-toting laptop chips, after stumbling upon the official Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 specs page.On…

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The Windows on Arm revolution might finally be here

Windows on Arm has had a long road. Microsoft’s PC platform has actually been available on Arm-based computers for a long time now — but to date, getting a Windows on Arm PC has meant sluggish performance and poor app support, just for better battery life. Now, that could be finally changing — thanks to…

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MiTAC/Tyan Shows Off Motherboard and Servers for Intel’s Xeon 6 CPUs

Later this year Intel is set to introduce its Xeon 6-branded processors, codenamed Granite Rapids (6x00P) and Sierra Forest (6x00E). And with it will come a new slew of server motherboards and pre-built server platforms to go with it. On the latter note, this will be the first generation where Intel won’t be offering any pre-builts…

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Nvidia RTX 5000 specs are leaked, and PC gamers are already unhappy with the way next-gen GPUs look to be shaping up

Nvidia’s next-gen GeForce graphics cards remain a hot topic on the rumor mill, and a new post on X is attracting a lot of attention, having spilled some of the potential specs of these Blackwell GPUs.This comes from regular leaker Kopite7kimi (via VideoCardz), who gives us the rumored – add seasoning – loadout for Streaming…

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Nvidia RTX 5000 laptop GPU spec leak disappoints some gamers – but it’s not all bad news

Nvidia’s RTX 5000 graphics cards, known as Blackwell, are not just going to be desktop products, but also laptop GPUs – and we’ve just witnessed a major leak on their memory loadouts, as well as a potential release date for the mobile products.VideoCardz noticed the Blackwell info dump which is from laptop manufacturer Clevo, and…

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Data leakage in the cloud – can data truly be safe in the cloud?

As organisations store and process data in the cloud, there are increasing concerns from administrators, data owners and CISOs’ around the possibility of misconfiguration or mishaps that lead to sensitive data being leaked – particularly to public cloud services that fall outside of the intended geographic region. In 2019, Gartner predicted that by 2025, 90%…

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