Friday, June 11, 2010Dell adds GPUs to blade server for performance boost The graphics processing units should speed up server performance in specific-use cases, the company said. The blades include two full-length PCI-Express slots that will be able to accommodate up to two 250-watt graphics cards
Monday, May 31, 2010Dell adds document management features to printers The company expands the usability of printers by embedding document management software. Dell tries to gain control over the flow of documents in organizations
Tuesday, May 25, 2010Dell to launch Android-powered tablet this summer The company says the Streak tablet will get an upgrade to the newest, Flash-capable version of Android later this year. Dell first announced the device in January during the Consumer Electronics Show
Tuesday, May 25, 2010PC makers leak Intel's future quad-core laptop chips HP and Dell leaked information about Intel's first quad-core laptop chips made using the 32-nm process. Find out more
Wednesday, March 31, 2010Dell to enter managed print services market Dell is eyeing the growing amount of data in organizations and could enter the managed print services market later this year. The company would compete with Xerox and HP
Monday, March 22, 2010Blade shoot-out: Three servers with new Intel CPU InfoWorld compared the performance of a trio of blade servers with the six-core Intel Westmere processor, plus a budget-priced four-core server, to see how they compare. The results might suprise you
Friday, March 19, 2010HP, IBM, Dell launch servers with new Intel chips The rack, blade and tower servers use Intel's Xeon 5600 quad-core and six-core processors. Industry analysts say the new CPUs will help organizations in their shift to virtualized workloads
Thursday, March 04, 2010IBM splits memory and processor on eX5 servers Big Blue says its new line of x86 servers eliminate the memory bottleneck with expandability up to 1.5TB. Analysts discuss the value of purpose-built architecture in a virtual environment
Tuesday, January 12, 2010Dell doubles SAS storage solution to 6GB/s Dell’s PowerVault portfolio ups performance from 3GB to 6GB per second with new controllers and enclosures that provide an end-to-end solution for direct-attached SAS storage.
Tuesday, December 29, 2009YEAR IN REVIEW: September 2009 Skype finally became available to Canadian iPhone users, Avaya won its bid for Nortel Networks’ enterprise business unit, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission began hearings over whether Globalive Wireless could operate in Canada, CA CEO John Swainson retired, and more
Thursday, December 10, 2009Dell makes big bet on 10GbE The computer giant is trying to strengthen its IT infrastructure portfolio with a new line of 10GbE storage, networking and management products
Tuesday, September 29, 2009Dell laptop can be charged wirelessly Dell’s Latitude Z business laptop can be placed on a special stand that generates an electromagnetic field which charges laptop batteries wirelessly...
Friday, September 25, 2009Tier-two outsourcers affected by Perot-Dell deal The Texas twosome can hardly match the scale of HP or IBM on the outsourcing front but the new Dell-Perot union will make inroads on smaller deals and cause trouble for tier-two players...
Tuesday, September 22, 2009Dell makes IT services push with US $3.9 billion Perot deal Plus, what the deal means for Dell’s push to win more IT services contracts in Canada’s government and health-care industries
Monday, September 21, 2009Dell to buy Perot Systems for US$3.9B Dell’s purchase of Perot Systems will enable the computer company to expand its range of IT services and potentially allow it to sell more hardware to existing Perot customers...