Cray Charts A Road Out Of The Red
The supercomputer maker, which now supports multiple product lines, plans to create a single architecture by 2010, starting with a common programming environment next year.
IBM Revamps Server Line
Vendor focuses on multicore processing, improved density, and power utilization and cooling technologies.
Virtualization's Next Stage
Pfizer is implementing the next generation of virtualization, which extends the technology's benefits from hardware to middleware
Impact Of Consumer Technology Hits Business World
Consumer technologies such as MP3 players, DVD drives, cell phones, and instant messaging are driving the innovation agenda. It's time for companies to stop ignoring or restricting personal tech and instead tap into that energy.
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Upgrading your PC? Get the scoop on Intel and AMD's desktop and mobile processors for 2006 with "Dual-Core Diary: 2006 Desktop And Mobile Forecast."
Users Give New Gear Just 20 Minutes
Americans consumers give up after spending an average of just 20 minutes trying to figure out how to work a new device, a Dutch scientist said Monday. After that, the product goes back.
Cisco Sees The Light On VoIP Protocol (Finally)
The Session Initiation Protocol delegates how VoIP phones establish contact and use call waiting, among other things. It also could take sales away from Cisco by allowing customers to mix and match VoIP products--believed by some to be the real reason Cisco for years only dabbled in the standard.