Thursday, August 21, 2003Cloakware, Intel focus on application security A recent alliance between Cloakware Corp. and Intel Corp. underscores their commitment to security, company officials said.
Thursday, August 14, 2003Europe to receive Intel, Microsoft phone in Q3 Efforts by Microsoft Corp. to penetrate the European mobile phone market could receive a boost in the third quarter when Taiwanese hardware maker Mitac International Corp. plans to launch the first mobile phone using a chipset from Intel Corp. and the U.S. software giant's Smartphone operating system.
Thursday, July 31, 2003IBM to use Opteron 246 in new Linux supercomputer IBM Corp. Wednesday took the wraps off its first Opteron server, saying that it will use Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s (AMD's) unannounced Opteron 246 processor in a forthcoming Linux supercomputer, and in the process confirming reports that the chip is on the way.
Monday, July 28, 2003Dell scraps eight-way line, pushes clustering While eight-way Intel Corp. boxes running database and transactional applications remain a staple in most large data centers, Dell Inc.'s decision to scrap its high-end line of eight-processor servers last week highlights an evolving trend toward clustering low-end boxes, analysts say.
Wednesday, June 25, 2003IBM readies new Opteron cluster system This fall, IBM Corp will ship its first cluster server based on Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s 64-bit Opteron microprocessor, according to IBM officials at the ClusterWorld Conference & Expo in San Jose.
Tuesday, June 24, 2003CEBIT AMERICA : HP launches Pavilions, Media Center PCs On top of two new notebooks, Hewlett-Packard Co. took the time Wednesday to announce a new line of Pavilion desktop PCs and Media Center PCs to attendees at CeBIT America in New York.
Friday, May 30, 2003Intel to speed up mobile chips Intel Corp. is planning to roll out a new line of faster Pentium M and mobile Pentium 4 (Pentium 4-M) processors for notebook PCs next month.
Friday, May 16, 2003New wireless spec goes the distance The high-tech industry may pride itself on innovation, but it's standardization that drives corporate adoption. This truism, however paradoxical, is obviously not lost on wireless vendors.
Tuesday, May 13, 2003AMD rolls out Athlon XP 3200+ Advanced Micro Devices Inc. introduced its fastest desktop processor to date on Tuesday, the Athlon XP 3200+.
Thursday, May 01, 2003Jury still out on HP's Itanium server bet Hewlett-Packard Co. faces an overhaul in its high-end servers that analysts say could be a big factor in determining whether the acquisition of Compaq Computer Corp. is a success.
Sunday, April 20, 2003HP Anniversary: Jury still out on HP's Itanium server bet Hewlett-Packard Co. faces an overhaul in its high-end servers that analysts say could be a big factor in determining whether the acquisition of Compaq Computer Corp. is a success.
Thursday, April 17, 2003Briefs
Monday, April 14, 2003AMD ready to drop the Hammer with Opteron launch Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has made itself into a consistent thorn in Intel Corp.'s side with its Athlon XP desktop processors over the last few years, but hasn't made much headway against Intel's popular Xeon processors and notorious Itanium 2 processors for servers. On Tuesday, the company will unveil its Opteron server chip, which puts a new twist on a familiar technology.
Thursday, April 03, 2003SARS puts an end to business as usual in Asia It's not business as usual in some parts of Asia anymore.
The outbreak of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), a potentially deadly disease that is caused by a previously unknown and highly infectious virus, has disrupted the operations of companies in Hong Kong, Singapore and China. And analysts warned that the spread of the disease, if unchecked, could limit the supply of some key electronic components, affecting the availability and pricing of some hardware systems.
Tuesday, March 25, 2003Intel introduces new PDA processors Designed to improve performance and battery life for personal digital assistants (PDAs) Intel Corp. released Tuesday its latest processors for the handset space.
Sunday, March 23, 2003Intel announces three new XScale processors Intel Corp. updated its XScale line of processors for PDAs (personal digital assistants) Monday with three new chips that make use of stacked flash memory and a smaller design.
Sunday, March 09, 2003Transmeta releases new Astro details Transmeta Corp. released more details on Monday about its next-generation Crusoe processor, which will have a completely redesigned architecture and new bus technology when it is introduced later this year.
Monday, March 03, 2003Intel to launch Pentium M in six speeds next week Intel Corp. will launch a major foray into the notebook computer market next week with the launch of six new processors under the name Pentium M.
Monday, February 24, 2003Intel cuts prices on desktop P4s, some Xeons For the second time in as many months, Intel Corp. Monday reduced the prices for some models of its processor line, with the price of desktop Pentium 4 processors and some Xeon processors being cut by as much as 21 per cent.
Thursday, February 13, 2003Intel puts StrongArm on death row Intel Corp. has given developers notice that its SA-1110 StrongArm processor will not be available for much longer.
Thursday, February 06, 2003Briefs
Monday, January 27, 2003Fujitsu, Intel collaborate on Linux servers Fujitsu Ltd. and Intel Corp. have agreed to develop servers and mainframe systems based on Intel processors and the open-source Linux operating system, the companies announced Thursday.
Thursday, December 12, 2002Speaking up can pay off Ever notice how rarely we in the IT user community flex our collective
software purchasing muscles?
Thursday, December 12, 2002SQL takes on database kingpins The high-end enterprise database market is often viewed as a two-horse race
with Oracle Corp. and IBM Corp., seemingly the only two contenders,
together cornering almost two-thirds of the market. Now Microsoft Corp. is
positioning itself to their join ranks.
Monday, December 09, 2002Intel does US$5B in transactions through RosettaNet Intel Corp. is forging ahead with making purchases and selling its products through the RosettaNet Internet exchange standard. More than 10 per cent of its customer and supplier transactions were executed through RosettaNet in 2002, a total of about US$5 billion, Intel said last week.