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Content tagged with Hardware & Infrastructure
posted in November 2003
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Reach For The Masses
News  |  11/26/2003
Dell, EMC, and Hewlett-Packard want to bring storage area networks to more customers
Analyzing The PC Vendors
Features  |  11/26/2003
Hardware is a commodity, so it's price, service, and reliability that separate the PC suppliers on this list
A New Breed of Server
News  |  11/25/2003
Procom's Taurus is a small, multifunction server appliance that does a big job.
Framework For Better Decisions
Features  |  11/25/2003
As technology environments become more complex, an architectural framework Is needed to guide future investments
Silicon Valley Pioneer Eugene Kleiner Dies At 80
News  |  11/25/2003
He helped make Fairchild Semiconductor into one of Silicon Valley's seminal companies and later helped build a pioneering VC firm.
Network Appliance Wants To Be Your Single Storage Vendor
News  |  11/25/2003
It's debuting a series of products with high-end capabilities designed to make it a one-stop source for storage.
Dell, EMC, And HP Aim At First-Time Storage-Network Customers
News  |  11/24/2003
The vendors introduce low-cost options intended to migrate customers from internal to external storage.
Health Connection
News  |  11/24/2003
Can Commodity Chips Meet Ambitious Goals?
News  |  11/21/2003
Industry aims to develop a petaflop system, wonders if off-the-shelf chips will work
Spend It To Make It
News  |  11/21/2003
Sharp Releases Details on Next Linux "Enterprise PDA"
News  |  11/21/2003
Sharp's Zaurus SL-6000 will come built-in with Wi-Fi, mobile middleware and a larger screen.
Intel Looks Beyond Silicon
News  |  11/20/2003
CEO Craig Barrett says most of the chipmaker's R&D spending will go toward the technology underlying wireless handhelds, consumer electronics, and components of the communications infrastructure.
A Simple, Global Ambition
Features  |  11/20/2003
Whirlpool's new CIO looks to uncomplicate I.T. to meet growing international demands
AMD Launches Construction Of German Plant
News  |  11/20/2003
The $2.4 billion factory in Dresden will be the chipmaker's second in that city and is expected to be up and running in 2006.
HP's 4Q Earnings More Than Double
News  |  11/19/2003
The company reported strong printer sales as well as growth in tech services to business customers.
AOL, Sun, And Systemax Team To Offer Cheap PCs
News  |  11/19/2003
They're offering a desktop for less than $300--but buyers must commit to 12 months of AOL's online service.
Apple Bulks Up iMac, Power Mac G5 Desktops
News  |  11/19/2003
Apple rolled out an iMac G4 all-in-one desktop with a 20-inch LCD screen and retooled its Power Mac G5 high-end desktop line by adding a dual-processor 1.8GHz model.
Cisco Initiative Takes Aim At Remote Infections
News  |  11/18/2003
The Cisco Network Admission Control program is designed to ensure that remote systems logging on to networks are safe and properly configured before they're granted access.
Sun Strikes Huge Linux Desktop Deal With China
News  |  11/18/2003
The multi-year deal with the China Standard Software Company (CSSC) will eventually make Sun's Java Desktop System the standard desktop software for millions of machines.
Big Deals For Sun
News  |  11/18/2003
At Comdex, it disclosed a product-development partnership with AMD and a contract to sell as many as 1 million copies of its new desktop software environment to a Chinese tech company.
Comdex Gets Down To Business
News  |  11/17/2003
Companies are using the slimmed-down, IT-focused trade show to debut products that are oriented toward businesses, not consumers.
RFID Backers, Privacy Advocates Seek Common Ground
News  |  11/17/2003
Both sides appeared to agree that consumers must be given notice if the chips are used on individual products and need to be educated about RFID's benefits and potential for misuse.
Bulging Databases
News  |  11/16/2003
France Telecom database tops list as the largest in the world with 29.2 terabytes
High Speed, Low Power
News  |  11/14/2003
IBM's experimental supercomputer achieves 1.4 trillion operations per second
Will Merger Produce Smarter Storage?
News  |  11/14/2003
EMC and Documentum plan to build 'uber-repository' with better content management
SEC Charges 3 Ex-Gateway Execs With Fraud
News  |  11/14/2003
Federal regulators claim the three inflated 2000 sales figures to mislead investors.
New IBM Supercomputer Features High Speed, Low Power
News  |  11/14/2003
Test results show Blue Gene/L, being built under contract for the government with more than 1,000 PowerPC processors, is the world's 73rd-fastest supercomputer.
Digitizing Justice
Features  |  11/14/2003
Court TV uses Sun server to turn analog tapes into digital content that can be served up automatically
Real-Time Teamwork
Features  |  11/14/2003
The promise of real-time collaboration is a few years from being realized, but some companies are getting a head start
Physicians Group Aims To Get Members To Go Electronic
News  |  11/14/2003
The American Academy of Family Physicians says it has negotiated discounts with vendors to help doctors create electronic health records.
Dell Rolls Along
News  |  11/13/2003
Sales and net income grew by double digits in the third quarter, with gains in virtually every area in which the company has products.
Intel Unveils More Details About Next-Generation Processor
News  |  11/13/2003
When the new processor, code-named Montecito, debuts in 2005, it will include 24 Mbytes of Level 3 cache memory, as well as two cores, each with multithreading capabilities.
New Plastic Memory Technology Unveiled
News  |  11/13/2003
Researchers at Princeton and HP Labs have developed the new technology, which can be written to only once but read numerous times and retains data even when there's no power.
Dell To Give Grants To Recycle Computers
News  |  11/13/2003
It's awarding $10,000 grants to 12 cities to host recycling drives.
Palmisano: Invention For Its Own Sake Isn't Enough
News  |  11/12/2003
The IBM chairman and CEO says new technology must be applied to practical scenarios for customers.
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