Articles By Ashlee Vance

Vendors maintain uneasy standards alliance

Vendors maintain uneasy standards alliance

Hitachi Ltd. and Hewlett-Packard Co. in September extended a partnership to ensure that their respective storage-management software products will interoperate...

November 30th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Users air networked storage frustrations

Users air networked storage frustrations

The plight faced by storage administrators is clear. Vendors armed with hefty research and development budgets have scrambled to deliver...

November 30th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Sun posts download of Solaris 9 x86

Sun posts download of Solaris 9 x86

Ending nearly a year of debate with its users, Sun Microsystems Inc. Monday made available on its Web site an...

November 25th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Dell and IBM unsheathe their blades

Dell and IBM unsheathe their blades

Dell Computer Corp. and IBM Corp. released their long-awaited blade servers Monday, joining Hewlett-Packard Co. and RLX Technologies Inc. as...

November 24th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Dell, IBM dominate flat third-quarter server market

Dell, IBM dominate flat third-quarter server market

IBM Corp. and Dell Computer Corp. dominated worldwide third-quarter server sales, as they were the only major vendors to gain...

November 21st, 2002 Ashlee Vance
HP prints its way to a profit, but makes more job cuts

HP prints its way to a profit, but makes more job cuts

Hewlett-Packard Co. continued to rely on its strong printing and imaging division to keep up the health of its overall...

November 20th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Dell takes close look at Itanium 2

Dell takes close look at Itanium 2

Dell Computer Corp. this week confirmed that it will start shipping servers built with Intel Corp.'s Itanium 2 chips, altering...

November 19th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Dell brings out low end storage box

Dell brings out low end storage box

Dell Computer Corp. released a new low-end storage product on Monday that completes a revamp of its entire network attached...

November 17th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
HP links OpenView with utility computing

HP links OpenView with utility computing

When it comes to utility computing, for Hewlett-Packard Co. the future may already be here, but the customers aren't.HP, IBM...

November 17th, 2002 Ashlee Vance
Intel unveils Xeon chips for low-end servers

Intel unveils Xeon chips for low-end servers

Intel Corp. Monday upgraded its server processor line with the introduction of new Xeon chips and chipsets that the company...

November 17th, 2002 Ashlee Vance