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HP looks to use 2.5-in. drives in servers, arrays

Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to start shipping 2.5-inch disk drives with enterprise-class features in its ProLiant servers next year and later will add the space-saving technology to its disk subsystems and arrays.

HP enters network MFP market

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) made a few strategic hardware moves at last month's Comdex, as the company unveiled its family of hybrid printer-copier products.

IBM lets polymers assemble nanoscale structures

IBM Corp. has come up with a method of letting molecules assemble themselves inside chip structures to form nanoscale structures that add redundancy and performance improvements to chips, the company said.

Sun unveils its first AMD blade

Sun Microsystems Inc. on Wednesday will unveil the first product of its recently announced partnership with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD): a blade server based on AMD's 1.53 GHz Mobile Athlon XP 1800+ processor. The Sun Fire B100 blade server will be the first AMD-based system designed by Sun, the company said.

Lotus moulds collaboration vision

IBM Corp.'s Lotus Software will shift its Workplace strategy into high gear next year with the addition of several tools and features that enable flexible collaboration via J2EE and Web services.

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