Content tagged with Hardware & Infrastructure
posted in November 2004
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U.S. Regains Top Supercomputer Spots
News  |  11/12/2004  | 
But some scientists warn the government needs to do even more
Hard Copy, Digital Files
News  |  11/12/2004  | 
EMC unveils integrated document-imaging system
Project Seeks To Speed Up Doctors' Visits
News  |  11/12/2004  | 
IBM and Florida International University apply autonomic computing to scheduling
Intel Grooms Itanium 2 For Unix Showdown
News  |  11/12/2004  | 
The processor gets performance boosts and new support from systems vendors
Borders Kicks Off IT Overhaul
Features  |  11/12/2004  | 
Retailer's goal is to create collaboration between book chains, improve forecasts, increase inventory turnover, and drive down out-of-stocks
Embracing Storage
Features  |  11/12/2004  | 
Storage isn't the problem--management is. Vendors are promising next year will bring systems to manage business continuity, backup and recovery, and multisystem environments
Security Matters
Features  |  11/12/2004  | 
Celestica Launches RFID Service
Features  |  11/12/2004  | 
$6.7 billion Canadian assembly and engineering company integrates RFID into Mexican fulfillment-center operations; global rollout may follow
Dell Matches Expectations As Business Fires On All Cylinders
News  |  11/11/2004  | 
Computer giant reports 25 percent increase in profits, 18 percent increase in revenue. Other highlights: the company is on track for $60 billion in revenue in 2006; U.S. business customer spending grew 20%; and the printer business will sell more than 5 million printers this year.
U.S. Wins In Supercomputer Wars
News  |  11/11/2004  | 
IBM, Silicon Graphics systems at government labs take the top two spots on fastest supercomputer list.
Microsoft Unveils Search Beta
News  |  11/11/2004  | 
Microsoft unveils the beta version of its own search engine, dubbed MSN Search. It does not include some anticipated tools, such as desktop search.
Intel Taps Otellini As Next CEO
News  |  11/11/2004  | 
Intel's board has tapped Paul Otellini to replace Craig Barrett as CEO, starting next year, the company announced.
Patients Rewarded: Technology To Help Speed Up Doctor's Appointments
News  |  11/10/2004  | 
IBM and Florida International University team up to apply autonomic computing applications in health care.
Linux Fits Well On Thin Clients
Features  |  11/10/2004  | 
Microsoft may still rule the desktop PC, but Linux has built a strong and growing presence in the thin client market.
HP, Unisys, and SGI Intro Itanium Servers
News  |  11/9/2004  | 
Intel's Itanium gains ground as three vendors roll out new servers based on the processor.
IBM Adds High-Speed Switching To Blade Servers
News  |  11/9/2004  | 
Partnering with Topspin Communications, IBM integrates InfiniBand switching into its eServer BladeCenter.
Atempo Simplifies Backup And Recovery
News  |  11/9/2004  | 
The vendor backs up information at the file level, making it easier to recover.
Laptop Linux Talks Back
Commentary  |  11/9/2004  | 
A while back, I asked you to share your experiences with Linux on laptop computers. Most of you who wrote back love your Linux laptops, and you're happy you made the switch. But enough of you also dealt with hardware glitches to suggest that installing Linux on a laptop is still a lot messier than installing it on a desktop PC.
Dell Puts Open-Source Clustering Tools On New Server
News  |  11/9/2004  | 
Dell will install cluster-management software from Platform Computing on its new PowerEdge servers.
A Primer On RFID Technology and Processes
Features  |  11/8/2004  | 
An overview of key technology and business concepts that play into RFID deployment.
What's Missing From RFID Tests
Commentary  |  11/8/2004  | 
Many RFID pilots under way don't adequately account for the impact on data-warehouse and business-intelligence apps. It's time to step back and factor in these critical metrics, or risk reducing the long-term success of RFID in your company.
Dell Puts Open-Source Clustering Tools On New Server
News  |  11/8/2004  | 
Dell is putting cluster-management software from Platform Computing on its new PowerEdge server.
Favorite Geek Wish List Entries
Commentary  |  11/6/2004  | 
A Sneak Preview of Network Computing readers and the toys that drive them.
Results For E-Voting Systems: Mixed
News  |  11/5/2004  | 
Reports of glitches increase calls for paper-trail technology and other safeguards.
HP Adds Faster Storage; Dell Touts Xeon Blades
News  |  11/5/2004  | 
The market is expected to double next year despite high costs for entry-level blades
Port Crowding Won't Ease Without Tech Help
News  |  11/5/2004  | 
A labor shortage and increased imports to the U.S. have overloaded West Coast ports
Voice Over Wi-Fi Is Ready To Emerge
News  |  11/5/2004  | 
ABI Research says the technology will move from the enterprise to the consumer market.
Integrated Suites, IT's Newest Push
Commentary  |  11/5/2004  | 
The race is on. Will service suites solve complexity problems?
Can Sun Turn Up The Heat On Linux?
Features  |  11/5/2004  | 
With its Solaris 10 launch and commodity hardware embrace, a revitalized Sun Microsystems aims to compete against Windows and Linux.
Dell Gets Serious About Blade Servers
News  |  11/4/2004  | 
It plans to at last ship a Xeon-based system, 18 months after its major competitors took that step.
Linux Networx Closes $40 Million Funding Round
News  |  11/4/2004  | 
The company also unveils a new storage clustering solution designed for use with its Linux Networx computing systems.
IBM Supercomputer Sets New Speed Record
News  |  11/4/2004  | 
Blue Gene/L sustains a speed of 70.72 trillion floating point operations per second.
Hardware Startup Attracts High-Powered Sun Talent
News  |  11/3/2004  | 
Azul Systems has ambitious technology plans and the Silicon Valley experience to back them up.
Hewlett-Packard Adds High-Speed Switch To Its Blade Servers
News  |  11/3/2004  | 
HP looks to leapfrog archrival IBM by integrating Brocade's latest Fibre Channel module.
Windows, Linux In A High-End Fight
Features  |  11/2/2004  | 
Microsoft hopes to crack a Linux stronghold: off-the-shelf, high-performance computing systems.
Making The Case To Deploy RFID
News  |  11/1/2004  | 
Small to midsize enterprises weigh the costs and implications of making the jump into RFID.
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