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By Sean McGrath Jul 18, 2016

Mixed reactions as SoftBank announces acquisition of Arm

Born & Bred: The UK's most successful tech export is acquired by Japanese telecom giant Softbank Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Jul 18, 2016

Japanese tech firm to acquire UK chipmaker ARM

Japanese technology firm SoftBank Group is to acquire Cambridge-based ARM Holdings to capitalise on the UK firm's IP in chipsets for smartphones and IoT devices Continue Reading


By Simon Quicke Apr 27, 2016

Ingram Micro opens arms to SME resellers

Ingram Micro is looking for fresh business in the SME market as it cuts the ribbon on a fresh website and a team to support those partners Continue Reading


By Karl Flinders Jul 06, 2016

Lufthansa IT services arm transforms to meet customer demands

IT supplier Lufthansa Systems is changing its business model as its airline customers invest in digital technologies Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Mar 29, 2016

Dell offloads services arm to fund EMC acquisition

Dell dumps its services business as it gets ready to take over EMC Continue Reading


By Lee Doyle Evaluate Sep 24, 2015

The role of ARM in NFV platform development

Semiconductor manufacturer ARM wants to be one of the top two sources for NFV platform silicon. Networking analyst Lee Doyle says the company and its partners will likely succeed. Continue Reading


By Bryan Glick Dec 03, 2015


By Jim O'Reilly Evaluate Oct 30, 2015

Hypervisor updates and containers give ARM processors a leg up

It's still too early to tell if ARM processors are the way of the future, but recent developments bode well for the architecture. Continue Reading


By Ramin Edmond News Oct 06, 2015

Surface Book gives PC market a shot in the arm

Microsoft's first Windows laptop, the Surface Book, takes on Apple's MacBook Pro and its two new Lumia phones may give Blackberry more trouble. Continue Reading


By Paul Korzeniowski Get Started Sep 30, 2015

HPC market opening arms to public cloud

While only a small percentage of HPC applications run in the public cloud today, new services from AWS and Google could soon increase that number. Continue Reading