Deal covers products and some services
Stories by April Jacobs
Sun's major competitors have improved high-end offerings
Looking to quench the never-ending need for data center capacity and bandwidth, Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM Corp. are separately rolling out monster servers capable of handling the needs of high-end dot-com and enterprise customers.
Intel Corp. this week is rolling out new VPN products designed to give enterprise users a simple, secure way to connect remote and branch offices over the Internet.
Nortel Networks this week said it would boost its customer relationship management applications with the help of Broadbase Software.
Intel Corp. jumped into the optical network market this week with an OC-48 multi-transport network access engine device.
Intel has entered into an agreement to acquire privately held Ziatech Corp. for US$240 million. Based in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Ziatech designs and sells Intel-based circuit boards, hardware platforms and development systems aimed at telecommunication equipment makers.
Pack expected to address date-rollover glitch
Vendors consider DOJ's proposed license changes
Compaq racing to better compete with Dell Computer
Observers say Intel Corp.’s announcement that it will cut prices for its 233MHz Pentium II chip by 33 percent could make that latest processor offering more attractive to corporate users.
NT 5 delays, and new tools to come in Windows 98, have IS departments taking a second look
Some users plan to skip "immature" Windows 98 altogether