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Goodbye PCs, Hello Appliances?
The U.S. market for Internet appliances is taking off. The new devices are expected to surpass consumer personal computer shipments in 2002.

kitchen appliances  Internet access in their kitchen for recipes, or in other parts of the house for many uses. He said these customers might pay a few extra dollars a month, in addition to their current monthly Internet service charge, to have an appliance in another room. Market Impact First, we want to get some terminology straight: we're not talking about Dreamcast and WebTV. We're talking about appliances that may have a business use, but need not be used exclusively for business purposes. This prediction is a Read More
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Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies
Like many of today’s IT decision makers, you may be considering a business intelligence (BI) solution for your midsize company. But how do you go about adding

kitchen appliances  maker attachment to your kitchen stand mixer? Want to add a new reporting module to your BI solution? No problem: Extensible appliances are nothing new, and they give you the ability to buy just what you need, just when you need it, so you're saving money and effort. Every BI solution vendor will obviously follow different patterns for their tool set, but in general, the capabilities break into two halves: Analysis and visualization . This includes the ability to pull in raw data and generate analyses Read More
Intel's
Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating

kitchen appliances  s New Best Friend for Web Appliances is Linux Event Summary 1/5/2000 [WSJ Interactive Edition] - Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating system, which many customers are concluding is ideal for simple Web-surfing machines. According to Claude Leglise, vice president of Intel's architecture business group and head of its home products group, these appliances will be geared toward the Read More
Building the Path to Better Profits: Implementing ERP Technology to Successfully Achieve Return on Investment
When it comes to software implementations, organizations large and small share common goals of rapid deployment and return on investment. Unlike large

kitchen appliances  easy-to-use as a common kitchen appliance like your home's microwave oven. Considering that most small businesses don't have enough time, money, or people to apply to the complex task of network security, it is common sense that a comprehensive pre-packaged security solution works the best. Such a multi-function solution is installed as one unified system; not three, four, five, or more individual systems. What do the small and medium businesses need? A solution that is: Mainstream and highly reliable Read More
Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control
Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the

kitchen appliances  based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control Identity-Driven Access Gateways manufactured by Caymas Systems allow organizations to identify, authorize, protect and audit everyone that accesses corporate data and applications.Caymas Systems was founded in 2002 by Terence Brown and Robert Bortolotto, and ceased its operations in late 2007. Source: Caymas Systems Resources Related to Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the Control in Network Access Control : Read More
Cobalt Releases Linux
Cobalt Networks, Inc. becomes the latest vendor to jump on the Linux-cluster bandwagon, but does the software they’re touting really qualify as a cluster?

kitchen appliances  Releases Linux Clustering Software Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software R. Krause - June 28, 2000 Event Summary In May Cobalt Networks Inc., a provider of server appliances, announced Cobalt StaQware, a high availability clustering solution that ensures the uptime of business critical Web sites and applications. StaQware, which runs on Cobalt's RaQ 3i server appliances, offers 99.99 percent availability and requires no customization or modification to applications. [Source: Cobalt press 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

kitchen appliances  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
Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the

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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.

kitchen appliances  a Portal...AND It;s a Gateway It’s a Portal... AND It's a Gateway C. McNulty - May 12, 2000 Event Summary In April America Online [NYSE: AOL], the world's leading interactive services company, and Gateway [NYSE: GTW], the country's leading seller of consumer PCs by revenue, unveiled a groundbreaking family of specialized Internet appliances featuring Instant AOL that will deliver AOL's content, features, and services to consumers in every room of their homes. Advancing the AOL Anywhere strategy, Read More
Network Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware
Network Appliance, the current Web caching market leader, announced its first under-$10,000 caching appliance.

kitchen appliances  Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware Network Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware R. Krause - June 6, 2000 Event Summary May 01, 2000 [Network Appliance et al.] Network Appliance announced it will start shipping its first Internet caching device priced below $10,000. The company expects to start shipping them later this month. Network Appliance's new system, the rack-mountable NetCache C1100, is due to ship in the U.S., Europe and Asia by the end of May, priced from $5,950. The lower p Read More
CheckPoint & Nokia Team Up to Unleash a Rockin' Security Appliance
In a partnership with Checkpoint, Nokia takes its Internet Appliance and throws in Firewall-1. The Nokia IP330, IP440, and IP650, the first highly-available

kitchen appliances  & Nokia Team Up to Unleash a Rockin' Security Appliance Event Summary CheckPoint Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP ) and Nokia (NYSE: NOK ) on October 19th, announced an expanded partnership where they will promote the Nokia IP330, IP440 and IP650 firewall/VPN appliances. This suite of security appliances marks the first time a firewall or VPN product has debuted with built-in high-availability and load sharing. Nokia IP650 Market Impact As firewalls outperform all the security markets, Read More
Wintel Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language
Intel and Microsoft are getting into the server appliance game, only this appliance is really a small server. But if they want to misuse the term, who are we

kitchen appliances  Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language Event Summary [PC World] March 1, 2000 After more than a month of delays, Microsoft finally announced a stripped-down version of the Windows NT operating system designed to run on appliance servers for shared Net access in offices. Don't expect to pick up a shrink-wrapped copy of Windows for Express Networks (or WEN) at a local computer store. It will only be available loaded on appliance servers, starting with Intel's InBusiness Small Office Net Read More
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.

kitchen appliances  to Ship Appliance eMachines to Ship Appliance R. Krause - October 25, 2000 Event Summary October 9, 2000 eMachines and Microsoft announced that eMachines expects to begin shipping an Internet appliance in October, 2000. This appliance, called the MSN Companion , will - amazingly enough - use the Microsoft Network (MSN) as its Internet gateway/portal/service. eMachines will price the Companion at $349 (without monitor), but customers will be eligible for a $400 rebate if they sign up for 36 Read More
Riverbed Whitewater: Optimizing Data Protection to the Cloud
Riverbed Whitewater leverages WAN optimization technology to provide a complete data protection service to the cloud. The appliance-based solution is designed

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Server Appliances -


kitchen appliances  Appliances - Caching In on Internet's Growth Market Overview The growing market of Server Appliances - servers which handle specific tasks or functions (as opposed to general-purpose [GP] computing) - is aimed at companies who need to do a few tasks extremely well, but do not have to be all things to all people . These tasks include areas such as web serving and caching or Network-Attached Storage. In addition, server appliances tend to focus on rapid deployment of both the hardware and software Read More

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