Tableau files for IPO

As many in the big data/BI/analytics community had predicted it would, Tableau Software has decided to file for an initial public offering. Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC are acting as lead joint book-running managers for the offering. Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC and J.P. Morgan Securities LLC are acting as… Read more →

SEC: Social media cleared for company announcements — with a catch

CEOs and other executives have been given the all-clear by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to publish company announcements via social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Well, almost the all-clear. According to a statement issued on Tuesday, the SEC stipulated that these digital channels can be used for corporate news and announcements “so… Read more →

Microsoft delivers first cumulative update to Exchange 2013

On April 2, Microsoft announced availability of Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1), which provides both bug fixes and new feature updates to Microsoft’s latest on-premises Exchange release. Unlike previous versions, cumulative updates do not use the rollup infrastructure. Instead, under the new Exchange servicing model, “cumulative updates are actually full builds of the product,… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →

AMD sees the era of Moore’s law coming to a close

Shifting from 28-nanometer to the smaller 20-nanometer architecture has taken longer than AMD had hoped, and this could signal the beginning of the end for Moore’s law. Back in 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore noted that the that total the number of transistors within integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since 1958, and… Read more →