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Intel


March 23, 2012  8:00 AM

Intel unleashes management tool to accompany channel server onslaught



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Heather Clancy, Intel, IT channel products and services

As part of its latest server technology onslaught for custom systems builders and other channel resellers focused on hardware innovation, Intel has introduced a management tool specifically designed for custom server builders and the VARs deploying servers using its latest processor line. The...

March 23, 2011  7:58 PM

Oracle, HP spatting again



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Dave Donatelli, Hewlett-Packard, IDC, Intel, IT channel products and technologies, Itanium, Oracle, Paul Otellini

Okay, someone's gonna have to separate these two. Oracle and Hewlett-Packard are at it again and this act is starting to wear thin. Continued »


September 29, 2010  6:10 PM

Oracle sets sights on chips



Posted by: badarrow
AMD, Barbara Darrow, chips, Intel, IT channel products and technologies, Microprocessors, Oracle, SPARC, Sun Microsystems

So, Oracle's in the market for chip companies. And AMD quickly leapt to the top of the list of prospective targets.


August 19, 2010  1:55 PM

Intel forks over $7.7B on McAfee, but why?



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, HP, Intel, IT channel products and services, IT channel products and technologies, McAfee, Symantec

So the big get bigger. Intel will buy McAfee and its security portfolio for $7.68 billion. The rationale, according to a statement by Intel CEO Paul Otellini, is that there is insufficient...


April 5, 2010  2:17 PM

Harris survey: Tech companies get some respect, financial firms not so much



Posted by: badarrow
AIG, Amazon, Barbara Darrow, Ford, Goldman Sachs, Google, Harris Interactive, Intel, IT channel products and services, Microsoft

  Tech heavyweights Amazon, Intel, Google, and Microsoft were among six companies that got "excellent" reputation quotients or  "RQ" scores, according to the newly released


May 26, 2009  6:51 PM

OS choice for netbooks expands



Posted by: badarrow
Android, Barbara Darrow, Google, Intel, IT channel products and technologies, Linux, netbook

First there was news that Hewlett-Packard, Dell and possibly other hardware makers would consider slapping Google Android on netbooks. Last week, Intel said it's jumping into the netbook OS market...


January 23, 2009  1:57 PM

Intel’s Barrett to step down



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Intel

Craig Barrett will relinquish his day-to-day management activities at Intel in May, the chip giant said today on its web site.


November 18, 2008  11:37 AM

Vista-capable suit highlights PC power rifts



Posted by: badarrow
Authors, Barbara Darrow, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microprocessors, Microsoft, Servers and desktop hardware, Vendor partner business issues

The class action suit filed over Microsoft's discredited "Vista Capable" hardware claims has brought to light quite the sordid saga. Continued »


September 5, 2008  3:24 PM

Microsoft’s virtualization party



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Cisco, Citrix Systems, Dell, EMC, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, IT channel products and technologies, Microsoft, News, Oracle, Server virtualization, Sun, Vendor partner business issues, Virtualization, VMware

Microsoft wants customers and partners to know that it's really, really REALLY ready to virtualize. So it's hosting its "Get Virtual Now" event Monday.

It's invited a few dozen of its...


June 11, 2008  2:28 PM

WiMax’ rocky road



Posted by: rivkalittle
Cisco, Enterprise applications, Google, Intel, Mobile networking technology, Networking technology, News

WiMax is having a rough life -- and this week epitomizes that. The wireless protocol for broadband access -- known in long form as Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access -- started off the week on a high note. On Monday, six tech heavy hitters, including Cisco Systems, Samsung...


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