Supermicro Expands Enterprise Solutions Portfolio with New Scale-Up SuperServer Certified for SAP HANA 0

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions, green computing technology and an SAP global technology partner, today announced that its latest 2U 4-Socket SuperServer (2049U-TR4) supporting the highest performance Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, maximum memory and all-flash SSD storage has been

Tt eSPORTS NEMESIS Switch Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Available Worldwide 0

Tt eSPORTS, the energetic and powerful challenger is excited to announce that the new NEMESIS Switch Optical RGB Gaming Mouse with its exclusive patented key switching system is now available to purchase worldwide. Enthusiasts can customize up to 12 switch keys to suit different playing styles, hand sizes, and for enhanced ergonomic

ZOTAC Launches MEK1 Gaming PC 0

ZOTAC International, a Hong Kong based and a global manufacturer of innovation, today announced the launch of the premier compact gaming rig from our newly-established brand – ZOTAC GAMING. Solely built for enthusiasts who Live To Game, the MEK1 Gaming PC harnesses future technologies and represents an overpowering presence

Razer Partners with Ignition Design Labs to Bring Gaming Grade WiFi Networking to the Home 0

Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, announced today a partnership with home networking partner Ignition Design Labs, creators of the award-winning Portal Wi-Fi router. The companies collaborated to optimize features and performance of the Portal router specifically for gaming. While evolving its ecosystem of hardware and software

NVIDIA Introduced Volta-based TITAN V, Priced at $2,999 USD 0

NVIDIA today introduced TITAN V, the world’s most powerful GPU for the PC, driven by the world’s most advanced GPU architecture, NVIDIA Volta. Announced by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang at the annual NIPS conference, TITAN V excels at computational processing for scientific simulation. Its 21.1 billion transistors deliver 110 teraflops