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Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way
Intel Corp. has disclosed a problem involving its 820 and 840 chip sets that has spurred the company to scrap plans for three motherboards it had on its server road map.

1GB RAMBUS: Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way R. Krause - March 6, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary February 17, 2000 [PC Week] - Intel Corp. has disclosed a problem involving its 820 and 840 chip sets that has spurred the company to scrap plans for three motherboards it had on its server road map. But while an Intel representative stressed that the problem would likely affect only a few users, some analysts said the trouble may indicate a flaw in a
3/6/2000

Intel Delays Shipment of 820 Chipset
Intel Corp. has postponed (for the second time) the launch of its 820 chipset.

1GB RAMBUS: Intel Delays Shipment of 820 Chipset Intel Delays Shipment of 820 Chipset R. Krause - September 29, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary September 24, 1999 - Intel Corp. will delay, indefinitely, the launch of its 820 chipset, the second chip delay announced by Intel this week. The 820 chipset is intended to replace the 440BX chipset currently used with Pentium II and Pentium III processors. Intel says the 820 chipset will improve overall system performance by reducing bottlenecks in memory performance and
9/29/1999

Compaq’s Photon Comes into the Light
After much anticipation, Compaq’s version of a 1U-high (one 'rack unit') server is finally ready to ship.

1GB RAMBUS: upgrade a DL360 from 1GB to 2GB of RAM, but it costs a Netfinity user only $5500 to do the same. Even if the memory speed is faster, the price premium doesn t appear justified. User Recommendations From a feature and design standpoint, we like this box. It has a lot of features we consider valuable, and we believe users we appreciate them as well. The hardware plus the software available (load balancing, light-out operation and control, systems management) makes this a compelling offering, especially if
6/23/2000

Intel Faces 820 Chipset Problems (Again)
In the latest round of setbacks to beset Intel’s performance-oriented 820 chipset, the manufacturer announces a recall of nearly a million motherboards shipped in 1999 & 2000.

1GB RAMBUS: Intel Faces 820 Chipset Problems (Again) Intel Faces 820 Chipset Problems (Again) C. McNulty - June 1, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - June 1, 2000 Event Summary SANTA CLARA, Calif. - May 10, 2000 - Intel Corporation [NASDAQ:INTC] announced that it would replace motherboards that have a defective memory translator hub (MTH) component that translates signals from SDRAM memory to the Intel 820 chipset. The MTH is only used with motherboards utilizing SDRAM and the Intel 820 chipset. The MTH began shipping
6/1/2000

Intel Chip Shortage Continuing
Intel Corporation has yet again been unable to meet the shipment requirements of a major PC manufacturer. This time it is Dell, one of Intel's strongest allies.

1GB RAMBUS: Intel Chip Shortage Continuing Intel Chip Shortage Continuing R. Krause - February 7, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 1/26/2000 - Dell Computer Corporation said it expected a revenue and earnings shortfall for this quarter. Among the reasons stated was a shortage of chips from Intel Corporation. Dell claims it lost approximately $300 million in sales due to its inability to meet demand for its high-end PCs. Intel is blaming the shortage on upside demand , which means demand for the particular chips was
2/7/2000

Who Needs Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Anyway? » The TEC Blog
a laptop and requires 1Gb memory when our ERP does it all for them. In this organisation Engineers are being carried away by the International Infrastructural Asset Management methodologies lead by Australians and Kiwis. We are on JDE World latest release. Who Needs Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Anyway? | Digital Asset Management on 31 December, 2009 at 4:50 am # […] Who Needs Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Anyway? » The TEC Blog. […] chris kluis on 5 January, 2010 at 10:58 am # Paul you can

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29-12-2009

PC Encryption: Eyes Wide Open
PC Encryption; Eyes Wide Open. Browse a Selection of Reviews for PC Encryption. While the virtues of encrypting PC data are extolled by vendors and the press alike, some painful truths go largely unmentioned. Whether necessary for compliance or state breach disclosure law, or for doing business in a state requiring it, encryption is necessary but difficult. Learn where existing encryption solutions are failing, and find out how emerging tools and trends can make encryption better, and easier.

1GB RAMBUS: major-manufacturer laptop (1.8Ghz w/ 1Gb memory and a 46Gb HD) the boot was just under 5 minutes. Is a 10 or 15 minute boot time acceptable? Ultimately you’ll need to determine if the security afforded by full disk encryption is worth whatever productivity impedance you’ll realize. But you can and should expect signifi cant boot slowdowns. Again, testing within your environment is highly recommended. 3. Application Performance with FDE   Data-Intensive applications introduce recognized performance
8/23/2009 10:28:00 PM

Migration from IBM Rational Application Developer to MyEclipse Blue Edition
Migration from IBM Rational Application Developer to MyEclipse Blue Edition. Find the Software Information You're Being after related to Development Environment. Why would a company choose to migrate its development tools? And if the migration is decided upon, how can this be done easily and effectively? Get answers to these questions, and explore the concerns and issues surrounding migration of your development environment, using IBM’s Rational Application Developer (RAD) as an example of a current tool and MyEclipse Blue Edition from Genuitec as an example of a new tool.

1GB RAMBUS: numbers approaching or exceeding 1Gb of resources are possible before any actual work has been accomplished. As mentioned above, any tool migration will very likely involve running two IDEs on a machine at the same time. The question is then – will a standard developer machine be able to run both tools simultaneously? Or will they need to stop and start tools individually to free up resources? Companies certainly don t need the added hardware requirements of an upgrade just to accommodate the testing
9/11/2009 2:02:00 PM

Buyer s Guide to Enterprise Storage Resources
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Storage Resource Guide. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Organizations of all sizes face similar challenges when managing storage—not enough capacity or protection. Help has arrived with Internet small computer system interface storage area networks (iSCSI SANs)—and they're steadily gaining momentum. With iSCSI SANs, businesses can effectively manage their storage needs, while lowering costs and increasing security. Find out why many industry leaders are choosing iSCSI today.

1GB RAMBUS: and easy implementation. Previously, 1Gb/sec was about as fast as IP networks ran, but that didn t matter. Performance wasn t a concern. The big benefit was cost, says Steve Meckling, network services administrator at Shiloh Industries Inc., a manufacturer of auto- industry components in Valley City, OH. iSCSI has been steadily gaining momentum. According to a recent report from Framingham, MA-based research firm IDC, the iSCSI protocol is expected to capture more than 10% of storage systems revenue
10/12/2007 11:09:00 AM


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