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HP Expands Blade Server Line To Include Itanium
News  |  10/31/2005
The BL60p is the first blade to support both the HP-UX 11i operating system and the Itanium 2 processor.
Radware Offers Software To Detect Network Performance Problems
News  |  10/31/2005
APSolute Insite is meant to deliver comprehensive network management and security auditing, making it easier control user access to data.
Neterion, IBM Bring 10-Gbps Ethernet To xSeries
News  |  10/28/2005
IBM will begin offering Neterion's 10-Gbps Ethernet adapter as an option for use with its xSeries systems built around the X3 architecture and chipset.
Virtual Iron Software Adds Support For AMD, IBM Blades
News  |  10/28/2005
The vendor expanded its data center virtualization platform to include support for systems using Opteron processors and for IBM's blade servers.
Personal Tech Guide
Features  |  10/28/2005
Your guide to what's new, useful, and just plain fun.
Compuware Adds Agentless Monitoring To Vantage
News  |  10/28/2005
Compuware will unveil upgraded software for its Vantage application service-management appliance using technology from its acquisition of Adlex in May.
IBM Supercomputer Hits New Top Speed As Competition Looms
News  |  10/27/2005
Blue Gene/L at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory hits speed of 280.6 teraflops.
Smart Streets, Smooth Traffic
Features  |  10/27/2005
Cameras, sensors, and a Web-based network will ease traffic flow around a planned Bay Area Ikea store
AMD's High-Stakes Wager
Features  |  10/27/2005
The chipmaker capitalizes on advances and bets $2.5 billion on a plant that could help it reach its goal of doubling market share in the x86 market
Telecom On The Go
Features  |  10/27/2005
Aruba upgrades its wireless access points to improve mobility and security for workers in remote locations
As Intel Stumbles, AMD's Momentum Increases
News  |  10/27/2005
AMD's share of the total x86 processor market grew to 17.6% in the third quarter, up from 16.2% in the second quarter, according Mercury Research.
Chase Rolls Out RFID Credit Cards in N.Y. and Philadelphia
News  |  10/27/2005
Chase is delivering the cards to two million customers in the New York metro area and 900,000 customers in the Philadelphia metro area.
FCC Chairman Urges Better Funding For Rural Telecom Services
News  |  10/26/2005
The declining costs of phone services, introduction of technologies like voice-over-IP, and a blurring of the lines of what defines a telecom company have decreased fund contributions for rural areas.
Intel Shuffles Chip Road Map, Jettisons Front-Side Bus
News  |  10/24/2005
The company is scrapping the Reidland platform and Whitefield processor, replacing it with a higher-performing Caneland platform with a Tigerton processor.
Hurd Finds His Footing
News  |  10/24/2005
The Ticker
News  |  10/24/2005
Gadgetry's New Glue
Features  |  10/21/2005
Businesses want to communicate without the barriers of proprietary technology and fragmented networks. The industry is starting to listen.
IBM's Eyes Back On Desktop
News  |  10/21/2005
Companies could deliver up to 15 virtual desktops from one blade server
Are Virtual Servers Reliable Enough For Critical Apps?
News  |  10/21/2005
Credit union bets that VMware's latest products will get there
Personal Tech Guide
Features  |  10/21/2005
Your guide to what's new, useful, and just plain fun.
Fast Scans For Fast Times
Features  |  10/21/2005
Laser scanners already are pretty darn fast, and thousands of companies use them in their supply chains to capture bar-code or radio-frequency identification tag information, such as inventory levels.
Business Technology: Respect For Customers Still Counts In The Virtual World
Commentary  |  10/21/2005
The best things to come out of the drive to virtualization, Bob Evans says, are the value and respect delivered to customers, not just the increased customer options.
More Control, Virtually
Features  |  10/21/2005
BMC ups predictive capabilities and brings real-time systems management based on business requirements to virtualized resources.
U.K.'s Health-Care Modernization Program Limps Along
Features  |  10/21/2005
The United Kingdom's ambitious, billion program to use IT to modernize the nation's health-care system is running into trouble
SmartAdvice: 'Big Iron' Returns With Push For Server Consolidation
Commentary  |  10/20/2005
Companies can save money by reducing the number of servers, but consolidation can take different forms, The Advisory Council says. Also, it's time to decide whether to just comply with RFID mandates or to invest funds to re-engineer and improve effectiveness.
HP's Hurd Pledges Tens Of Billions For New Technology Initiatives
News  |  10/18/2005
HP is one of the few companies that will invest heavily on the research side of R&D, which will lead to new technologies in the years ahead, the CEO said.
IBM Posts Modest Third Quarter Growth
News  |  10/17/2005
Global Services sales increased by 3%, hardware sales increased by 7%, and software sales increased by 5%.
HP Renews Pledge To Evolve, Not Change
News  |  10/17/2005
"Here is the big announcement, there isn't going to be one," said Ann Livermore, executive VP of HP's Technology Solutions Group. "We're not going to make any fundamental shift in HP."
Migration Patterns Can Help Track Disease
News  |  10/14/2005
Data on migrations may help predict where a disease strikes next
Personal Tech Guide
News  |  10/14/2005
Your guide to what's hot, useful, and just plain fun.
Get Storage Smarts
Features  |  10/14/2005
A University of California portal is a clearinghouse for storage education, user groups, research, and more
Nothing Human in This Race
Features  |  10/14/2005
Robo-Thought Nears
Features  |  10/14/2005
Maid Service At The Merc
Features  |  10/14/2005
Chicago exchange tries a new storage approach--a massive array of idle disks--for its backup-and-recovery system
Consumer Group Calls For RFID Protest At Dallas Wal-Mart
News  |  10/14/2005
Study results due this week are expected to show that RFID helps reduce out-of-stock problems at Wal-Mart stores.
The Dawn Of WiMax
Features  |  10/14/2005
Vendors push the earliest incarnations of the technology, calling it pre-WiMax. But it could take years for WiMax to realize its potential.
Opinion: Apple Rides Online Video Boom
News  |  10/13/2005
The new video iPod comes as consumer interest in downloadable video is taking off. But it'll need better content to succeed
Best Buy's Spin On RFID
Features  |  10/13/2005
Best Buy is just months away from using tags on some shipments to improve its supply chain and customer service
Apple Introduces Video IPod
News  |  10/12/2005
Attempting to dominate a market that doesn't really exist yet, Apple also introduced a new desktop that includes built-in video camera and remote control, as well as a new version of iTunes.
More Headroom For AMD
News  |  10/10/2005
HP Expands SMB Effort With Storage Offerings
News  |  10/10/2005
Hewlett-Packard plans to add new storage products and services for small and midsize businesses, as well as new financing and online resources.
Intel Adds Dual-Core Xeons Supported by HP, IBM, And Dell
News  |  10/10/2005
Intel is offering a 2.8-GHz dual-core Xeon processor now and plans to introduce a 3-GHz dual-core Xeon processor within 60 days.
Q&A: AMD's Ruiz Sees 'Phenomenal' Future Ahead
News  |  10/10/2005
Hector Ruiz, AMD's chairman, chief executive, and president, talks to InformationWeek about the company's future, its lawsuit against Intel, and a new wafer plant in Germany.
Personal Tech Guide
News  |  10/7/2005
Your guide to what's new, useful, and just plain fun.
VoIP's Growth Sparks Patent-Infringement Lawsuit
News  |  10/7/2005
Sprint Nextel is among the telecom vendors jockeying for VoIP market share
Skype Eyes Mobile Workers
News  |  10/7/2005
he voice-over-IP company's latest deal continues its expansion beyond consumers; with the new setup, users can initiate free VoIP phone calls on their PDAs or laptops.
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