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eMachines to Ship Appliance
eMachines, the computer company that made its name on low-priced desktop models, has stepped into the Internet appliance ring with its 'MSN Companion' system.

desktop appliance  of the larger retail desktop presences. (PC Data's figures showed eMachines in the #3 retail sales position.) Become a direct competitor to Gateway/AOL - Even before Microsoft went after Netscape, we believe MS considered AOL a Great Satan. Anything they can do to weaken AOL's competitive presence is probably A Good Thing in Redmond's eyes. We mention Gateway because of their iPliance products, which bundle AOL. (See TEC Gateway & AOL Follow Crusoe's Footprints ). Boost MSN presence - Despite massive Read More...
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Be to Be FreeB(i)e
Be Inc. will offer the newest version of its operating system for free later this quarter. Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre

desktop appliance  Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre-registered individuals. Be will also work with publishers and other partners to distribute the software. Commercial users of BeOS 5 will still require a separate license from Be. The software currently retails for $99. The move is designed to maximize the visibility and acceptance of Be technology, the company said. Making the free version of BeOS 5 available through the Internet and other channels allows us to aggressively promote our Read More...
IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray
IBM debuts an extremely competitive business network appliance with its new NetVista PCs. Now if it can just fix that direct Web site...

desktop appliance  notebook computers and NetVista desktop computers. Features such as the embedded Security Chip, available on select models of the legacy-free NetVista S40, provide 256-bit encryption for extremely secure network and Internet transactions. Market Impact This year has seen a trend toward slimmed-down PCs as product offerings. Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] and Compaq [NYSE:CPQ] already have similar business appliance PCs; Dell [NASDAQ:DELL] and Gateway [NYSE:GTW] have pitched their appliances to the consumer Read More...
It’s a Portal...AND It;s a Gateway
AOL has partnered with Gateway to develop a line of Internet-ready Linux desktop appliances based on the Netscape 6 browser.

desktop appliance  wireless Web pad and desktop appliance - are small, lightweight tools for accessing the Internet in a variety of ways during the course of a consumer's daily life. These appliances will automatically launch the Instant AOL service, a customized version of AOL's convenient and easy-to-use software. It also will offer popular AOL content and features like e-mail and news as well as personalized services for busy households including AOL's My Calendar, recipes, coupons, and grocery lists. Nearly all of Read More...
IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops

desktop appliance  Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data recovery/data transfer software IBM Direct Build Your Own NetVista models New IBM microdrive NetVista models with Microsoft Millenium software pre-loaded The new models offer software stability, with common designs deployed among several different design styles - including desktop, micro-tower and mini-tower. The majority of enterprise customers use custom software, which has to be re-qualified with every new systems deployment, an expensive Read More...
Gateway, Dell Plan Windows-free Appliances
Gateway, Dell and others plan desktop 'Internet appliances' -- running on little or no Microsoft software.

desktop appliance  giant's market power. The desktop machines, which are expected early next year, will be designed primarily to surf the Internet and be priced far below standard PCs running Microsoft's Windows 98 operating software, industry executives said. These Internet computers, or appliances, won't soon supplant Windows PCs, which will likely dominate the market for years. But if they take off, they could begin to erode Microsoft's dominance of the desktop. Market Impact This announcement indicates that the Read More...
frontpath Announces Mobile Internet Appliance
Continuing the onslaught of 'Internet appliances', S3 subsidiary frontpath announced its first product, called ProGear. Unlike most current appliances, this

desktop appliance  Announces Mobile Internet Appliance frontpath Announces Mobile Internet Appliance R. Krause - October 11, 2000 Event Summary [Source: frontpath press release] September 27th, 2000 -- Fontpath, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of S3 Incorporated, today announced ProGear. ProGear is frontpath's Information Appliance targeted to the vertical market segments. ProGear couples hardware and software to deliver one of the first ever wireless, truly portable, untethered, broadband-based products capable of Read More...
Tableau Desktop: Business Analytics for All


desktop appliance  Desktop: Business Analytics for All Read More...
Choosing a Solution for Web Filtering: Software, Appliance, Managed Service?
There are three types of web security solutions: software-based, appliance-based, and managed services. Each needs to be evaluated against several key buying

desktop appliance  a Solution for Web Filtering: Software, Appliance, Managed Service? Choosing a Solution for Web-Filtering: Software,Appliance, Managed Service? If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. MessageLabs, now part of Symantec, provides a range of managed services to protect, control, encrypt and archive electronic communications. Listed as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant and many other analyst reports, and with more than Read More...
Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will

desktop appliance  Snaps Off Its NAS Group Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group R. Krause - November 8, 2000 Event Summary Milpitas, Calif., October 24, 2000 [Source: Quantum] - Quantum Corporation's DLT and Storage Systems Group (DSS) announced plans to form two distinct companies from its current DSS businesses by making its server appliances subsidiary an independent, publicly-traded company called Snap Appliances, Inc. In a separate news release, Snap Appliances announced that it intends to file a registration Read More...
PTC Creo to Be Available as Virtual Desktop CAD
A major announcement at the PTC Live Global 2013 conference was that PTC Creo design and analysis applications will soon be available and supported in a Virtual

desktop appliance  Be Available as Virtual Desktop CAD A major announcement at the PTC Live Global 2013 conference was that PTC Creo design and analysis applications will soon be available and supported in a Virtual Desktop environment . In design and manufacturing environments today, corporations need to have the ability to get global teams up and running quickly in new locations, and they need all teams to be able to easily access the latest software installation by updating from a single server. Virtualization of PTC Read More...
Considerations When Comparing Open Source and Appliance-Based Messaging
Open source messaging middleware is an increasingly popular way to provide data distribution functionality inside and outside the datacenter. It can let

desktop appliance  Open source messaging middleware,data distribution,datacenter,messaging,open source messaging,appliance-based messaging Read More...
Compaq Streamlines Product Line
Compaq is simplifying its sometimes dizzying range of product offerings in its business desktop lines. This bodes well for their customers.

desktop appliance  slimming down its commercial desktop PC line will increase profitability. As part of CEO Michael Capellas' strategy for getting Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) back on track, the company will streamline its commercial desktop PC line. Sources said Compaq will attempt to make this part of its business profitable again by slimming down the product line. The aim is to relaunch DeskPro with a smaller number of models and supporting a smaller number of chip sets and processors, sources said. Compaq, analysts said, has the Read More...
The Business Case for RDP Acceleration: Resolving the User-experience Barrier to Terminal Services & VDI Deployments
For many IT organizations, 2012 is about getting back on track to fulfilling pre-recession goals. Providing a remote desktop protocol (RDP) end-user experience

desktop appliance  goals. Providing a remote desktop protocol (RDP) end-user experience that closely matches a PC-like experience, from anywhere and from any device, is not a nice to have but rather a necessity. This white paper identifies some of the RDP performance challenges facing organizations, as well as their potential causes and cures. Read more. Read More...

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