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OCT 01, 2014 - GigaOM

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And now it’s IBM SoftLayer’s turn to reboot its cloud

BIg Blue is addressing the same Xen hypervisor vulnerability that sparked reboots by Amazon Web Services and Rackspace last week. Only days later.

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OCT 01, 2014 - GigaOM

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And now it’s IBM’s turn to reboot its cloud

IBM SoftLayer is addressing the same Xen hypervisor vulnerability that sparked reboots by Amazon Web Services and Rackspace last week -- but it's doing so days later.

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OCT 01, 2014 - DIGITIMES

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Lenovo becomes the biggest x86 server provider in China as acquisition of IBM x86 server business completes, says IDC

Lenovo has become the biggest x86 server provider in China as its acquisition of IBM's x86 server business completes. IDC said it believes this acquisition will enrich Lenovo's x86 server portfolio and strengthen its products and channels.

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SEP 30, 2014 - Next Big Future

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Graphene chips are close to significant commercialization

A research team from the University of Texas and German nanotechnology company Aixtron have worked out a way to make wafer-scale graphene measuring between 100 and 300mm.The research offers the prospect of integrating carbon-based graphene, which is just one atom thick, with silicon on a semi-industrial scale. Until now, graphene has proved difficult to manufacture in sufficient area, quantity and ...

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SEP 30, 2014 - GamePro

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IPsoft seeks to grow the 'brains' of virtual assistants

Systems support company IPsoft is testing new virtual help software that it says will help answer customer technical questions much more quickly and thoroughly than today’s current crop of online assistants.The service, called Amelia, is unique in that it is patterned after the IBM Watson cognitive computing service, IPsoft claimed.Both services are designed to answer specific questions from users by ...

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