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Content tagged with Hardware & Infrastructure
posted in June 2003
VMware Enhances Server Virtualization
News  |  6/30/2003
New software lets companies create virtual servers on the Intel platform.
Veritas Completes Precise Acquisition
News  |  6/30/2003
The deal is part of the storage-resource management market leader's plan to expand into new areas.
PC Fuel: Fill 'Er Up, Regular
News  |  6/30/2003
NEC is demonstrating a prototype laptop that gets its power from a five-hours-of-power methanol fuel cell.
IBM Takes On Microsoft: Smaller Businesses Win
News  |  6/27/2003
Companies gain more choices to help them build adaptive, real-time infrastructures
Itanium 2 Boosts 64-Bit Performance
Features  |  6/27/2003
Intel hopes its new processor, code-named Madison, sways business users
PDAs Find A Place In The Enterprise
News  |  6/26/2003
New handhelds using the latest version of Microsoft's software are designed for business users
Is It Time To Upgrade Your PCs?
Features  |  6/26/2003
Despite the slow economic recovery, some companies are finding good reasons to buy desktop computers
Upgrade Will Give LSI Logic Customer 1.7 Petabytes Of Capacity
News  |  6/25/2003
CGG's use of LSI Logic gives the company, which processes images of the Earth for oil companies, the storage to match its computing power.
Dell Debuts First Server Based On New Itanium Chip
News  |  6/25/2003
The PowerEdge 3250 will run dual Itanium 2 processors and will be aimed at the high-performance market.
Intel Shows Off Personal Server
News  |  6/25/2003
The technology, still in the labs, may produce a server that you carry in your pocket
Jobs Says He's Bringing Price, Speed Battle To The PC Enemy--UPDATE
News  |  6/23/2003
The upcoming G5 Power Macs will offer more power for less money than comparable PCs
Intel Processors Power More Supercomputers
News  |  6/23/2003
The number of the 500 largest supercomputers run by Intel chips more than doubled in the last six months, a survey finds.
J.P. Morgan Chase Exec: Should Have Outsourced Years Ago
News  |  6/23/2003
J.P. Morgan Chase's CTO says that, despite bumps in its outsourcing deal with IBM, he wishes he'd started this effort years ago.
NHL And Sun Get Ready For Draft Weekend
News  |  6/20/2003
The league is using Sun's blade-server technology to keep information moving at this weekend's Entry Draft.
Policy Decisions: Supercomputing's Federal Road Map
News  |  6/20/2003
Darpa's High Productivity Computing Systems program, begun last year, aims to supplement research that's stuck between late '80s technology and 'the promise of quantum computing.'
Power Play
Features  |  6/20/2003
A Japanese supercomputer ignites debate over how the government should seed research for the fastest machines--and whether any of it helps businesses
Imaging Gets A Second Look
Features  |  6/20/2003
New applications and business drivers are fueling renewed interest in document-imaging systems
IBM Improves Its Big Storage System
News  |  6/20/2003
Technology vendor upgrades its Enterprise Storage Server to better compete with EMC and HDS in the high-end storage market.
Langa Letter: The Perfect Rescue Tool
Commentary  |  6/20/2003
Fred Langa explains how to make a custom, bootable CD containing the right tools to fix just about any system trouble
Imaging Needs: From The Simple To The Complex
Features  |  6/20/2003
The recent trend is to decentralize small, complex applications, used primarily by distributed contributors
IP Storage Technology Gains New Life
Features  |  6/19/2003
Intransa to debut storage system that can handle large blocks of data
3PAR Offers 'Utility' Storage
News  |  6/18/2003
New software lets IT managers easily allocate storage for each application.
Connecting Tapes And Disks For Better Backup
News  |  6/18/2003
Storage vendors collaborate to provide customers with a better backup and recovery system
Making SCSI More Viable
News  |  6/17/2003
Adaptec, HP, and Seagate will demonstrate technology to make it easier for customers to stay with SCSI.
AMD Extends Line Of Mobile Athlon Processors
News  |  6/17/2003
The chipmaker added two low-voltage chips designed for ultralight laptops and one aimed at the desktop- replacement market.
LogicLibrary, Groove Team To Enable Collaborative Software Development
News  |  6/17/2003
Software asset-management vendor LogicLibrary wants to boost collaborative capabilities of software-design teams by forming an alliance with Groove Networks.
Sun Microsystems Falls Victim To Internet Bust And Strategy
News  |  6/16/2003
Sun has fallen victim to commoditization of the computers that do the heavy lifting for businesses
Market-Leading Wal-Mart Leads The Way With RFID
News  |  6/11/2003
Retailer tells suppliers they have until 2005 to get on board with RFID technology.
Legato Combines Content Management, Replication
News  |  6/11/2003
The integrated products take business-continuity preparedness a step further.
Unisys CEO: New Services Play To Company's Strengths
News  |  6/10/2003
Weinbach says a sharp focus on industry expertise and end-to-end competencies is the enabling factor in Business Blueprinting.
Gartner Wants Storage Teams At Every Company
News  |  6/9/2003
Attendees are urged to prepare for increased demand during the next five years.
Enterprise Storage 2003
Features  |  6/9/2003
HP Inks Opsware And Outsourcing Deals
News  |  6/6/2003
Fiorina says 'secret sauce' will help company increase its IT market share
IBM Helps Weather Service Go Hurricane Hunting
News  |  6/6/2003
It will supply the National Weather Service with its most powerful computer yet as part of a $200 million dollar deal; the unit is expected to boost the weather service's ability to forecast hurricanes.
A Conservative Approach To Chips
Features  |  6/5/2003
Businesses are more interested in utilization and stability than buying the latest and fastest
Awash In Files, Army Tests New Storage Approach
News  |  6/5/2003
Software from startup helps to unclog networks and find files faster.
General Dynamics Extends Relationship With U.S. Army
News  |  6/5/2003
CHS-3 pact is a 10-year deal potentially worth $2 billion to provide workstations and associated peripherals and software.
DataCore Consolidates Storage Resources
News  |  6/4/2003
An upgrade to SANsymphony offers better virtualization capabilities, including better links into Windows applications.

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