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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 prices  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
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The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success
Successful e-commerce relies on intelligible, trustworthy content. To achieve this, companies need a complete solution at their back- and front-ends, so they

notebook prices  item (like laptop versus notebook), leading to delays and dissatisfaction, at least, and causing searches to fail and prospects to click away, at worst. Previously, company representatives limited the exposure of internal data to outsiders and bridged the communications gap. But four trends arising from the nature of e-business expose and aggravate data quality issues, threatening revenue growth, online collaboration and relationships. It's important for businesses to understand these challenges and the Read More
Intel 820 Chipset Delays Again, Again, Again…
Intel has announced further delays in its next generation of entry-level processors, once again due to problems in the 820 chipset. We are shocked, we tell you

notebook prices  820 Chipset Delays Again, Again, Again… Intel 820 Chipset Delays Again, Again, Again C. McNulty - June 30, 2000 Event Summary Timna, Intel's first so-called Smart Integration microprocessor, will be delayed until early 2001. The delay comes in the heels of related problems with Intel's 820 chipset. Most recently, Intel announced a recall of 820-based motherboards using a memory translator hub (MTH) to connect SDRAM memory. [See also Intel Faces 820 Chipset Problems (Again) .] The Timna delay is Read More
Compaq Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again?
Compaq Computer told financial analysts it plans to start selling more of its computers directly to customers, and this time the company says it means it.

notebook prices  Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again? Event Summary Speaking to financial analysts in Houston, Compaq Computer stated it plans to start selling more of its computers directly to customers, and this time the company says it means it. Compaq executives predicted that approximately 60 percent of its PCs for the commercial market in North America will be sold directly to customers - rather than through distributors or dealers - by the end of the year. Currently, 85 percent of its PCs go through 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 prices  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
Why Is In-transit Visibility (ITV) in the Supply Chain Important?
ITV capabilities allows an organization to meet the challenges of rapidly increasing fuel prices, changes in regulatory requirements, and provides customers

notebook prices  Is In-transit Visibility (ITV) in the Supply Chain Important? Picture this: a customer service representative (CSR) gets a frantic call from a customer asking about parts. In this scenario, the customer is waiting for the supplier to deliver critical parts for a product which is scheduled on the line in a few hours. The customer service department's initial step is to check the order status where the item will be identified as being delivered, en route for delivery, awaiting customs etc. Usually, Read More
Product Configurators Pave the Way for Mass Customization
'Mass customization' is the buzzword of the current decade. Customers demand products with lower prices, higher quality and faster delivery; yet they also want

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HP: Why Not Just Call It “e-Vectra.com”?
HP succumbing to the trend for simple, sealed case PC’s, will release the e-Vectra in April. E-look before you e-leap.

notebook prices  Why Not Just Call It “e-Vectra.com”? Event Summary [PCWeek - 22 February 2000] Hewlett-Packard Co. [NYSE:HWP] today joined the industry movement toward low-cost, legacy-free desktop PC systems by unveiling its e-Vectra corporate desktop line, the company's first e-PC product designed for the workplace. The dictionary-sized computer tower features a new look and weighs just under 8 pounds, making it about 75 percent smaller than traditional commercial desktop PCs, according to HP officials in Read More
The Case for Pricing Management
Savvy and dynamically optimized pricing can mean the difference between survival and failure. In many environments it might be smarter, quicker, and more useful

notebook prices  Case for Pricing Management Situational Analysis Enterprises have long realized the importance of improving profits by curbing upstream supply chain costs, as evidenced by an increasing strategic approach to sourcing, e-procurement, and contract or spend management over the last several years (see The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space ). However, this broad strategic approach, including education and discipline, has not been applied on the sales side. The kind of thoughtfulness recently Read More
Dell Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake
Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said Thursday the company's financial performance should not be affected by September's earthquake in Taiwan.

notebook prices  Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake Dell Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake R.A. Krause - October 15th, 1999 Event Summary October 7, 1999[Reuters] -- Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said the company's financial performance should not be affected by an earthquake that knocked out industrial production in Taiwan last month. He said Taiwanese computer parts plants damaged in the September 21 temblor quickly resumed production and Dell, the world's second Read More
How One Vendor Parlays Price Variation into Profit Improvement Opportunities
Rather than sticking to such outdated and speculative pricing practices as

notebook prices  One Vendor Parlays Price Variation into Profit Improvement Opportunities Zilliant is a data-driven price management software provider that aims to help business-to-business (B2B) companies maximize revenue and margins using advanced price segmentation, optimization, and execution capabilities. To learn more, please see part one of this series What if Companies Could Use Science to Align Prices to Market and Maximize Margins? The Pricing Challenges that B2B Participants Face In narrowing down the key Read More
“It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!”
Some Toshiba notebook buyers got a nasty surprise when they found their Intel CPU had died. Will Toshiba switch from “Intel Inside” to “AMD Instead”?

notebook prices  one of the leading notebook manufacturers for years. This embarrassment will not kill the product line, especially since the fault seems to lie with Intel. Although the foul-up will likely not cause Toshiba to reevaluate its relationship with Intel (euphemism for considering whether to dump Intel), we expect Toshiba (and any other vendors affected) will pay closer attention to products and components they receive from Intel. For Intel, this is the Nth in a string (growing longer all the time) of Read More
Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

notebook prices  Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? R. Krause - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) may finally be able to break into Dell Computer Corporation's product line, according to sources quoted by Forbes.com. Reports indicate that Dell is negotiating to buy approximately 100,000 of AMD's upcoming Spitfire chip. Spitfire is expected to compete against Intel's Celeron chip, their low-end CPU. This Read More
Transmeta to Intel/AMD: Eat Our Dust
Transmeta’s CEO says his company has a five-year lead on Intel’s and AMD’s technology. Reality or hype? And does it matter?

notebook prices  they're presently targeting the notebook segment, but we're not sure where they'll go beyond that. Ditzel is (presently) content to stay out of the server and desktop market, and focus on the notebook and mobile devices. We think Crusoe will have greater success in the notebook market - mobile devices (Palm, Pocket PC, and the like) have a number of processors already available, and it's unclear that the extra battery life is a big selling feature for the smaller devices. User Recommendations Until Read More
Revionics and Nielsen Form Global Strategic Alliance
Revionics, Inc., a provider of merchandise optimization solutions, and Nielsen Holdings, N.V., a global provider of information and insights into what consumers

notebook prices  and Nielsen Form Global Strategic Alliance Revionics, Inc. , a provider of merchandise optimization solutions, and Nielsen Holdings, N.V. , a global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, have  signed a multi-year global strategic alliance agreement . The combination of best-in-class competitive market insights with proven demand-based science and predictive analytics should help retailers answer critical questions such as whether their prices are competitive, Read More

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