In our second and last part, we find that Ubuntu Server squeezes more juice from the Atom NAS.
Build Your Own Atom-based NAS – Part 1
Been wondering whether Intel's tiny CPU can raise the bar on RAID NAS performance? We build our own and find out!
Intel Entry Storage System SS4200-E Review
Intel's big ol' RAID 5 NAS will appeal to those with a need for speed.
New to the Charts: Intel SS4200-E Entry Storage System
Intel's SS4200-E Entry Storage System BYOD SATA NAS has been added to the NAS Charts.
Intel to sponsor free Mother’s Day Skype calling
Skype and Intel today announced a joint promotion to promote ...
Intel announces draft 11n chipset
Intel today officially introduced its draft 802.11n chipset. The company described its Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N network connection, as "an upgrade to the wireless component found inside Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology and other Intel-based laptops".
The release contained no hard specs and was even vague on whether the product has dual-band capability (it does). It was noted, however, that the new chipset offers "up to five times the performance and twice the wireless range" and would provide "up to an extra hour of notebook battery life" when compared to existing Draft-N products.
Intel to launch 802.11n Wi-Fi chipset next week
Originally scheduled for Q2 launch, Intel’s new Wi-Fi chipset code-named ...
Intel demos its first mobile WiMAX chip
Intel has announced that it built its first WiMAX baseband ...
Intel’s “Kedron” Wi-Fi interface gets FCC approval
Public records of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) indicate that Intel has received clearance for its wireless component of its upcoming "Santa Rosa" platform. Scheduled for launch in Q2 of next year, Santa Rosa will include the main chipset "Crestline" and the Wi-Fi link "Kedron," Intel's first 802.11n capable network chip.
Intel reveals wireless connectivity roadmap
Intel has used the platform of its developer conference this week to reveal a roadmap for future wireless connectivity that will take in at least three different types of broadband connectivity for PCs.
Intel’s RAID 5 NAS Makes the Grade
Intel has decided it wants to play in the SOHO/SMB NAS market and produces a first product that should get it into the game.