Toshiba Looks to Cut Costs as NAND Flash Memory Prices Fall

Toshiba is looking to cut costs by £2.3 billion in the next year as the company looks to deal with the falling prices of NAND flash memory. Toshiba, which is also a major player in the worldwide PC market, and Samsung are struggling as memory prices continue to drop and consumers cut back on their purchases of digital cameras, handset devices and other gadgets.

Sun Cools Down the Data Centre

The IT industry has a poor record of wasting energy in data centres, says server maker Sun Microsystems. But the company wants to make amends: it has attacked the source of the problem, and rewritten the rules for cooling and power.