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NEC Pulls Packard Bell PCs in US
Japan's NEC Corp. plans a restructuring of its U.S. Packard Bell NEC unit that will result in layoffs of about 80 percent of the unit's staff, the departure of

notebook pcs  Pulls Packard Bell PCs in US Event Summary November 3, 1999 - Japan's NEC Corp. plans a restructuring of its U.S. Packard Bell NEC unit that will result in layoffs of about 80 percent of the unit's staff, the departure of senior management and its withdrawal from the U.S. retail personal-computer market, according to published reports Wednesday. According to Packard Bell spokesman Ron Fuchs, NEC, together with French partner Groupe Bull, which holds 12 percent of the unit, had wanted Packard Bell NEC Read More...
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The IT Infrastructure Outsourcing knowledge base focuses on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of information technology (IT) infrastructure. The typical type...
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HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.

notebook pcs  Joins the Athlon Pile-On Event Summary January 21, 2000 [PC Week Online] While Gateway Inc.'s recent rollout of new PCs powered by Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s Athlon processor drew widespread attention, Hewlett-Packard Co. was quietly stocking the shelves at Sam's Club discount stores with two new desktops that mark its first use of the chip. HP's addition of the Athlon to its desktop systems means AMD, of Sunnyvale, Calif., now has its top processor, and the chief rival to Intel Corp.'s Pentium III, Read More...
Dell Tops in Customer Satisfaction
Compaq rises, IBM falls, but Dell remains master of the desktop domain.

notebook pcs  second position in the notebook segment, in both cases displacing IBM to No. 5 in desktops and No. 3 in notebook satisfaction. Market Impact No news is good news for Dell [NASDAQ:DELL]. Dell retains its position at the top of the TBR rankings. Sometimes, you try and you try, but you do get satisfaction. Compaq [NYSE:CPQ], with its recent efforts toward improving customer service and satisfaction, has pulled away from the rest of the pack and stands alone with rival Dell. Dell & Compaq are also virtually Read More...
Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used Comdex to present his next hardware solution, a pen-computing tablet-sized PC code named, amazingly enough, the Tablet PC.

notebook pcs  as being ideal for notebook computers and other mobile systems that require long battery life. In addition to the battery life issue, Crusoe utilizes Mobile Linux , a scaled-down version of the increasingly popular Linux OS, and something Transmeta calls Code Morphing software, which allows the processor to be compatible with x86-based applications. Microsoft does not expect the Tablet to ship until 2003 Market Impact This is interesting on a number of levels. If these products ever become a reality, 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...

notebook pcs  works in both ThinkPad 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 Read More...
The Sum of All Malware Fears: Siemens on Stuxnet
When Stuxnet malware hit the mainstream media in September 2010, it all sounded like a plotline straight from a Tom Clancy thriller. After all, Stuxnet targeted

notebook pcs  Sum of All Malware Fears: Siemens on Stuxnet   When Stuxnet malware hit the mainstream media in September 2010, it all sounded like a plotline straight from a Tom Clancy thriller. After all, Stuxnet—the first worm ever developed to reprogram industrial systems —was reportedly designed to take aim at Iranian nuclear power stations. More specifically, Stuxnet targeted the Siemens industrial control systems implemented at so-called “high-value infrastructure” installations in Iran. The media Read More...
Cooler-running Notebooks from HP, Toshiba, et al.
Recent announcements from AMD, Toshiba, and Phoenix highlight an increasing focus on extending the battery life of notebook computers.

notebook pcs  power its Pavilion N3215 notebook PC, and Toshiba has chosen these processors for its Tecra and Portege The first mobile devices to be manufactured on AMD's advanced 0.18 micron technology, these processors support a number of notable features including high-speed on-chip L2 cache, AMD's innovative PowerNow! battery saving technology and an enhanced implementation of AMD's 3DNow! instruction set with digital signal processing (DSP) instructions. April 17, 2000 [Source: Toshiba press release] - Read More...
Siemens Product Development Solutions for Process Industries
Process manufacturing companies have traditionally been slow to adopt product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, mostly because they have not had many

notebook pcs  processes. The Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) option of SIMATIC IT Unilab brings extra functionality for experiments, knowledge bases, and R&D workflow optimization. -  Formula Workbench is a functionality set offered by SIMATIC IT Interspec. It helps users define and manage formulas and recipes, compare and analyze different options, and optimize them. Interspec is a product specification management system used for various types of products (e.g., raw materials, semi-finished or finished products, Read More...
5 Quick Ways to Help Your Company Go Green While Cutting Costs
With all the recent talk of the economy and the environment, I thought it would be relevant to look at some of the small things we, as individuals, can do to

notebook pcs  Quick Ways to Help Your Company Go Green While Cutting Costs With all the recent talk of the economy and the environment, I thought it would be relevant to look at some of the small things we, as individuals, can do to help our companies battle the economic downturn while saving our planet. Today, social responsibility is not only good PR, it makes good business sense. Here are some simple steps you can take to help your company go green while still keeping extra “green” in its pockets: 1. Unplug Read More...
A Veteran Enterprise Resource Planning Vendor Makes a SaaS-y Statement
Glovia International has launched the first full-fledged and versatile, manufacturing-oriented solution that is an on-demand, enterprise resource planning

notebook pcs  Glovia International,Fujitsu Limited,software-as-a-service solutions,SaaS,SaaS technology platform,enterprise resource planning,ERP,information technology,IT,small to medium business,SMB,inventory management,order management,procurement,financial management Read More...
eMachines to Buy FreePC
Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc

notebook pcs  to Buy FreePC Event Summary 11/29/99 - Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc., the company that last February helped touch off the 'free PC' craze by giving away personal computers to users willing to share private marketing data. Instead of giving away its PCs, eMachines will launch a new service, based on FreePC software, aimed at connecting first-time computer buyers with services vendors. eMachines will attempt to build that relationship via an Internet portal site Read More...
Extending Server Virtualization to the Desktop
Server virtualization isn’t a new concept. But the benefits of extending server virtualization to the desktop may not be common knowledge. A virtual desktop

notebook pcs  Server Virtualization to the Desktop Server virtualization isn’t a new concept. But the benefits of extending server virtualization to the desktop may not be common knowledge. A virtual desktop solution can allow companies to run virtualized PCs and computer desktops on servers located inside the data center. Besides allowing centralized management, this setup can improve security and deliver new capabilities to the user. Learn about other benefits. Read More...
Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

notebook pcs  counterpart in the Armada notebook line should allow easy transport of data between the notebook and appliance. Compaq is also focusing on deployment speed (how quickly a customer can be up and productive) and extended product life (up to a year vs. the typical 90 days for a Celeron CPU), although we do not necessarily see the one-year timeframe as being a killer benefit. On the negative side: Compaq announced this product as an Internet Device, but this appears to be just a stripped-down PC. For Read More...

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