Content tagged with Hardware & Infrastructure
posted in February 2004
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Server Market Posts Growth Again
News  |  2/27/2004  | 
Revenue grew more than 11% in the fourth quarter of 2003, according to IDC--the third consecutive quarter of growth.
HP Adds Opteron-Based Servers To Its Lineup
News  |  2/27/2004  | 
Vendor responds to market pressure to get 32/64-bit machines out quickly
Customers Pave The Way For IP Storage
News  |  2/27/2004  | 
Vendors are finding innovative approaches from customers and using them to develop the technology.
Wells Fargo Blazes A Path To IP Storage
News  |  2/27/2004  | 
Customer's innovative approach inspires vendor partnership and a new product
Taking Stock: UTStarcom's Growth In Emerging Markets
Commentary  |  2/27/2004  | 
Phone company isn't content with growing only in China
Can You Hear VoIP Now?
Features  |  2/27/2004  | 
The New Voice Choice
Features  |  2/27/2004  | 
The time has clearly arrived for voice-over-IP technology with its compelling cost savings
Gain Control Of Unstructured Content
Features  |  2/26/2004  | 
IBM product is designed to help companies manage unstructured data to comply with government regulations
Cray To Buy Supercomputer Startup
News  |  2/26/2004  | 
The $115 million deal to acquire OctigaBay Systems is designed to accelerate Cray's drive into commercial markets.
AT&T Sees Better Times Ahead
News  |  2/25/2004  | 
The company says it expects the slide in revenue from consumer telephone and Internet services to reverse course in 2006, and will likely relaunch another wireless service after it sells AT&T Wireless to Cingular.
Jurors Debate Whether IBM Lied About Cancer-Causing Chemicals
News  |  2/25/2004  | 
Plaintiffs' lawyers say IBM exploited workers who suffer from cancer caused by chemicals used in disk-drive facilities; IBM says there's no proof that work conditions were responsible.
Blue Titan Partner Ties Web-Services Management To Security
News  |  2/25/2004  | 
Integrating an XML firewall from DataPower Technology increases security for the services built on its Network Director framework.
RSA Unveils RFID Tag Blocker
News  |  2/24/2004  | 
The technology would protect consumers from being tracked after buying products that contain the tags.
Target Joins The RFID Race
News  |  2/24/2004  | 
The retailer is joining Wal-Mart and the Defense Department in requiring suppliers to use the tags on every shipment made to them.
HP To Offer Opteron Systems
News  |  2/24/2004  | 
It will offer ProLiant servers with the AMD processor in the second quarter, followed by a two-processor blade server in the second half of the year.
PeopleSoft Launches RFID Technology
News  |  2/23/2004  | 
The business software maker debuted technology that supports the use of RFID tags within manufacturers' supply chains.
IBM Lands Big Bank Deal
News  |  2/23/2004  | 
Maryland Taps Federal Vet
News  |  2/23/2004  | 
In Big Switch, Intel Will Offer 32/64-Bit Chip
News  |  2/20/2004  | 
Itanium sales lag, so company offers combo chip to better compete with rival AMD
Taking Stock: Cabot Microelectronics Deserves Second Look
Commentary  |  2/20/2004  | 
Its fundamentals seem significantly less cyclical than rivals'.
Intel's Crystal Ball
Features  |  2/20/2004  | 
It has been years since Intel was simply a chipmaker. What does the company see itself doing 10 years from now?
On The Horizon: Internet's Openness Is What Makes It Work
Commentary  |  2/20/2004  | 
ICANN needs to walk the walk and focus on the Internet's plumbing.
The 64-Bit Bet: Itanium Chip Faces Slow Adoption
News  |  2/20/2004  | 
CompUSA moved to four-way, Itanium-based HP Integrity servers in November. Given the holiday season, it was a risky move, but execs were eager to get information faster from stores.
China Establishes Group To Set RFID Standards
News  |  2/20/2004  | 
The National RFID Tag Standards Working Group aims to develop a national standard that's compatible with the international community.
German Bank-Services Firm Buys 20 IBM Mainframes
News  |  2/20/2004  | 
Sparkassen will consolidate data and functions of 36 older mainframes onto the new machines.
HP's Net Income Rises 30%
News  |  2/19/2004  | 
It posted net income of $936 million on revenue of $19.51 billion--a showing CEO Carly Fiorina termed 'solid.'
Unique Approach To Storage
Features  |  2/19/2004  | 
Startup Sandial Systems says adding intelligent software to its switch lets it enforce quality-of-service levels for crucial enterprise applications
IBM Debuts Compliance-In-A-Box Package
News  |  2/19/2004  | 
The hardware-software bundle is designed for companies and government agencies that need to preserve data to meet new laws and regulations.
Co-Founder Returns To Sun
Features  |  2/19/2004  | 
Bechtolsheim could help computer maker sell less-expensive systems that use Opteron chip and Linux
Qwest Posts $307 Million Loss in Fourth Quarter
News  |  2/19/2004  | 
The carrier blames increased competition from wireless and local phone service for the loss.
SmartAdvice: Top-Down Strategy
Commentary  |  2/18/2004  | 
Business commitment, good project management, and an incremental approach can improve your chances for a successful supply-chain-management implementation, The Advisory Council says. Also, control the costs of computer hardware maintenance and avoid the pitfalls of corporate IT-abuse investigations.
Intel Readies New Pentium M Processor
News  |  2/18/2004  | 
The new Dothan chip, Intel's first mobile processor to be manufactured on a 90-nanometer process, is scheduled to be introduced in the second quarter.
FDA Expects RFID Use To Combat Drug Counterfeiting
News  |  2/18/2004  | 
The agency expects drugmakers and distributors to adopt the technology in stages over the next three years.
Analytics Move To The Clinic
Features  |  2/18/2004  | 
Identity Management Takes Hold
Features  |  2/18/2004  | 
Editor's Note
Commentary  |  2/18/2004  | 
Success Is Contagious
Features  |  2/18/2004  | 
Mobile Care
Features  |  2/18/2004  | 
Universal's wireless network frees up staff, improves care, and cuts costs
Clinical Transformations
Commentary  |  2/18/2004  | 
Technology alone won't fix inadequate processes. It's critical to design processes to improve patient safety
Intel Announces 64-bit x86 Chips, Repositions Itanium
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
The company plans 64-bit x86 server and workstation processor, providing a power boost for the favorite Linux platform.
Intel Readies 64-Bit Xeon
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
It will add 64-bit memory-extension technology to its IA-32 architecture for server and workstation chips in the second quarter.
Fed Figures Show Manufacturing Still Growing
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
Industrial production rose 0.8% in January, but output from makers of computer and office products was up 2.0% for the month and is up 14.2% over the past year.
Data Mining For TV Viewing
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
Software Aided Blackout
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
Customers Ring Up Sandial For Improved Business Performance
News  |  2/17/2004  | 
The startup's Shadow 14000 Fibre Channel switch provisions SAN resoruces on a per-connection basis.
Coca-Cola Plans To Refresh Supply Chain
News  |  2/13/2004  | 
SAP will help close gap between sales and delivery operations
Trading Trends Favor Electronic Avenues
News  |  2/13/2004  | 
Abolishment of trade-through rule would let NYSE rivals compete on price and speed
Grocery Industry Sees Supply-Chain Sense
News  |  2/13/2004  | 
Smaller grocers benefit from updated systems as strike sends them business
Dell's Sales And Revenue Soar In Fourth Quarter
News  |  2/13/2004  | 
The company cited record product shipments for its 24% year-over-year gain in net income.
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