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Mar 12 2007   6:57AM GMT

Channel news: Tech sales change to channels; Intel updates prices

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Technology companies face sweeping changes in IT delivery models Technology companies will need to change the way they operate over the next five years to accommodate a major shift in the delivery of IT services. Instead of buyers integrating technology themselves, it will be assembled and managed by outside providers, according to a new Forrester study. [Tekrati]

Intel prices up updated Core 2 Duos, Quads Steering into the mainstream [TheRegister]

AMD’s well may be running dry The high-flying Advanced Micro Devices Inc. of 2006 has given way to a company in financial peril, saddled with debt and bleeding from a brutal price battle with its larger and suddenly resurgent
Silicon Valley archrival, Intel Corp. [AP]

HP crosses blades with IBM Not so much a Cold War, more a Cooling War. [TheRegister]

Apple may use flash memory for notebooks: analyst Apple Inc. may sell zippy notebook computers later this year that use the same type of fast memory as music players and digital cameras, driving down prices of hard-disk drives, an analyst said on Thursday. [Reuters]

Intel reveals solid state value drives Intel enters the storage market with a solid offering. [DailyTech]

How many VMs are on your LAN – and how sure are you? Server sprawl is virtually back. [TheRegister]

Microsoft’s antivirus deletes users’ e-mails Microsoft has admitted that its Live OneCare security suite has been accidentally deleting some users’ Outlook and Outlook Express e-mails. Instead of then quarantining a single e-mail, users have reported that entire personal folders have been quarantined or, in some cases, even deleted. [ZDNET-UK]

Seagate ships world’s most secure hard drive Two years after first being announced by Seagate, the world’s most secure hard drive is finally to go on sale in a laptop from system vendor ASI. [TechWorld]

New shield foiled Internet backbone attack ICANN report says new load-balancing technology helped the Internet withstand a February attack on the domain name system. [CNET]

Apple’s AirPort Extreme exploits 802.11n’s dual-band feature Review: One of the first routers to support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, the AirPort Extreme also begs many questions. [eWEEK]

Study: Feds slow in getting records on Web Federal agencies have dragged their feet on implementing 10-year-old law that requires them to use the Internet to make government documents easily available, a new study says. [AP]

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