|2013-02-12||Spreadtrum, Facebook extend distribution deal
The partnership aims to enable users around the world outside of China to access Facebook on Android smartphones designed with Spreadtrum's smartphone chipsets.
|2011-11-10||MediaTek, Facebook team-up targets emerging markets
The mobile IC platform provider will embed Facebook in its smart feature phones using MediaTek Runtime Environment.
|2008-08-04||Intel to power Facebook data center infrastructure
Facebook and Intel Corp. have partnered to optimize social networking site's hardware and software as it builds out its data center infrastructure.
|2013-01-22||Facebook: ARM server SoCs still fall short
Facebook executives said they want server SoCs that pack lots of cores and not much else.
|2012-03-27||Facebook stocks up on patent artillery
It seems that Facebook is preparing its artillery for the patent infringement battlefield as it has confirmed that it bought several patents from IBM Corp.
|2013-01-18||Facebook server project receives ARM support
Several ARM server SoC vendors are supporting a new CPU agnostic board spec that is part of Facebook's Open Compute Project.
|2011-11-11||Facebook data center planned for Taiwan
The cloud data center is likely to make the country the cloud computing capital of the world, according to a report.
|2012-09-06||Test reveals Oil immersion as efficient cooling solution
The CarnotJet Vat delivered a cooling power usage effectiveness rating of 1.02 – 1.03 without impacting performance of the seven dual-socket Xeon servers.
|2012-11-09||Merritt: Are systems engineers a vanishing breed?
EE Times' Rick Merritt tackles the lack of young systems engineers at Hewett-Packard and the lack of youth in other OEMs.
|2012-07-12||Oracle buys social marketing firm
San Francisco-based Involver provides tools for developers to create advertising campaigns on social media networks such as Facebook.
|2011-11-02||Open source data center edges its way to completion
Facebook has outed hardware specs to define standards for server components, systems and data centers for the largest users.
|2008-04-17||Engineers, too, hang out in the Web
Even before social networks such as MySpace and Facebook became darlings of Web 2.0, engineers have been active in Newsgroups, asking questions and helping one another via the Internet.
The researchers studied a material made from copper and selenium that exhibits liquid-like behaviors due to...