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posted in February 2005
Chipmaker demos new dual-core versions; Dell says it will stick with Intel
Although AMD is demonstrating and planning to ship a dual-core Athlon 64 processor, Dell is holding to its all-Intel strategy.
The Initiative for Innovation will expand application and tools development for IBM's iSeries to thousands of additional partners worldwide.
Hewlett-Packard intensifies its efforts in the small- and medium-business market.
The Hurricane chipset, which IBM execs say is all about performance, is based on the company's X3 architecture.
At its upcoming developers' forum, Intel will provide new details on its latest processor advancements and Star Technologies. It will also disclose a new technology called I/O Acceleration Technology.
The new Opteron-based servers can be used in conjunction with HP's Xeon-based servers.
Chipmakers compete for architectural leadership in the x86 market
In replacing Carly Fiorina, HP's board believes it has the right mix of businesses, but it needs a new leader to wring results from them.
After watching AMD's success, Intel says the market is ready for widespread 64-bit business computing.
The new Enterprise Command Center is based on best practices of crisis-management centers and provides real-time tracking of customer issues, technicians, and service parts.
IBM's p5-510 server is designed for small and midsize businesses.
Intel is now manufacturing its dual-core processors, which are designed with two processor cores in a single chip.
To remain what it calls "system agnostic," Egenera says it will offer blades based on AMD's Opteron and Intel's Itanium processors.
Data is collected using specially printed forms and an electronic pen, which transmits the data to IT systems within a company.
Hosted E-mail and wireless-LAN assessment services are revealed, along with hints of handheld devices to come later this year.
The vendor plans to use a strategic mobile initiative to win over IBM PC customers concerned about the Lenovo Group acquisition.
Hewlett-Packard backs its claim that 2005 is the year of mobility with plans to roll out new notebook PCs, smart phones, wireless services, and more.