A $402 million deal between IBM and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center aims to cut operating costs with improved efficiency, while also co-developing IT products the rest of the industry may use
Silicon Valley, the site of busted dot-com dreams, is bustling once more as entrepreneurs focus on business' I.T. infrastructures
Veritas CEO Talks Convergence
"Information and currency are becoming one and the same," Gary Bloom tells the audience at the vendor's Vision conference.
SGI Beefs Up Air Force Supercomputer
Silicon Graphics has beefed up the supercomputer installation at the Aeronautical Systems Center's (ARC) Major Shared Resource Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
IBM To Help Tech Startups In Israel
The Israeli government will provide financing and IBM will provide technical assistance to startup companies developing products based on open standards such as Linux and Java.
SmartAdvice: Follower Or Pioneer, X64's Time Is Near
Look at what programs you'll be running and how long you expect to keep the hardware when deciding when to start buying 64-bit PCs and servers, The Advisory Council says. Also, vendors are developing self-healing wide-area file services for delivering data on a wide-area network.
AMD Debuts Dual-Core Opteron
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, and Sun Microsystems disclose plans to introduce new servers based on the processors from AMD.
RFID Rides High On Jet Engines
Boeing and Delta Air Lines are testing RFID tags on commercial jet engines to see how well they hold up under the extreme heat and vibrations of an engine environment.
Intel Reports Strong Quarterly Earnings
The chipmaker also celebrates the 40th anniversary of Moore's law and its first shipments of dual-core microprocessors for use in desktop PCs and workstations.
Dell Offers Systems Management To SMBs
Server vendor says the Microsoft Operation Manager will run on its PowerEdge servers and provide computer monitoring and management capabilities for as little as $50 per server.
Intel Says Dual-Core Pentiums Are Shipping
Intel formally let the other shoe drop Monday, officially announcing that PCs equipped with its dual-core Pentium processors have begun shipping from Alienware, Dell, and Velocity Micro.
Business technologists often start working on problems before they know what the final answer will look like. In the movie industry, Sony is tackling the early stages of designing a digital film process, from creation to distribution. Big Pharma knows it has a problem with analyzing drugs' side effects once they're out of clinical trials, and it's wrestling with the IT needed to solve it. And the government, which knows by its own grades that its cybersecurity isn't good enough, decides one aven
Step Into The Future
New technology, security, and reliability requirements are changing the data-center infrastructure.
A massive data warehouse helps the U.S. Postal Service become a lean, customer-focused business