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Articles by Darrell Dunn
posted in September 2005
Businesses will be able to mix and match hardware from various vendors.
The supplier of automotive safety systems will purchase 24,000 Dell desktop computers, laptops, and workstations, hundreds of servers, and dozens of storage systems.
Cisco introduces an InfiniBand-based server fabric switch portfolio that, when combined with its VFrame 3.0 data-center-virtualization software, will bring a new approach to utility computing.
Acquisitions will give OpenView expanded asset-management capabilities.
The company began evacuating employees based in the Houston area on Wednesday and set up disaster-recovery centers for customers of its business-continuity services.
AMD introduces three new models of its dual-core Opteron line, while Dell starts taking orders for its Intel-based dual-core systems.
HP adds new IT management services and inks deals with business-intelligence vendors to make its OpenView management platform more useful for monitoring business processes.
The new servers will provide from two to five times the performance of existing Sun servers, and set the stage for the company's eight-core Niagara processor-based systems early next year.
The notebooks are Lenovo's first to integrate a high-speed wireless wide area network antenna for use with Verizon Wireless Broadband Access service.
Peregrine provides IT asset- and service-management software that will be integrated into HP's OpenView, while AppIQ offers storage networking and storage-resource-management technologies.
The tools will let third-party developers and customers build products that work with BMC's systems management portal.
The two vendors will jointly support third-party developers with technical resources, expertise, and implementation services.
Fujitsu Siemens has committed to purchasing $300 million in Egenera blade-server products over the next 30 months.
Damaged caused by Hurricane Katrina forced the tech vendor to relocate its inaugural Technology Forum.
HP and Sun are trying to revive their standings in the IT industry with waves of new products. Will they convince customers they're still leaders?
The enhancements will let customers create data centers with 'dynamic' virtualized environments where resources can flow automatically from application to application and between servers.
Computer Associates offers open access to innovations covered by 14 patents and signs a technology cross-licensing agreement with IBM.
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, and Sun are running neck and neck for market leadership.
Intel denies wrongdoing and says AMD's problems are caused by weak investment in manufacturing, a bad reputation as a supplier, and a failure to deliver products on time.
For SCP Pools, a remote data center located outside of Hurricane Alley made the difference between survival and going out of business.