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Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'

pentium  will recall its 1.13GHz Pentium III chip. Intel officials said the company is recalling the chip due to a problem that could cause certain applications to freeze. We found some marginality in the part within certain temperatures within the operating range and certain code sequences (in applications), said spokesman George Alfs. We're not happy with the chip and we're going to pull it back. Only some of the 1.13GHz chips showed the problem, according to the chipmaker. However, the company will recall Read More
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IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server
IBM to ship its 4000R server, a thin server targeted at ISPs and ASPs. The 4000R sets a new standard for CPU density, fitting two Pentium IIIs in a one-rack

pentium  up to two CPUs (Pentium II or III) per system, is a rack-mountable, stackable system. The system, expected to ship in late September, will cost $3,000 to $4,000. Market Impact This announcement sets a new level of CPU density at two per U or 84 per rack (42U-high) - 75% more than the previous density mark of 8 CPUs in a 7U height, or 48 CPUs per rack. In addition, this server, based on the Network Engines WebEngine product, can be clustered up to 256 nodes. The result of this could be a RAIS - Read More
HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.

pentium  rival to Intel Corp.'s Pentium III, featured in systems made by four of the five largest PC makers in the United States. The lone holdout remains Dell Computer Corp. Certainly we're pleased that interest in Athlon continues to grow and we're attracting more strategic customers, said AMD spokesman Drew Prairie. It signals a continuing trend that Athlon's performance message is getting out there and there's a strong demand for systems based on it, and OEMs are reacting to that demand. For its part, HP Read More
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.

pentium  example, replacing unavailable 450MHz Pentium III chips with more expensive 500MHz Pentium III chips. We ate that difference in order to fill the demand that we created, Meredith said. On the high-end, We didn't get the volumes we would have liked. These problems come on the heels of the highly-publicized complaints by Gateway that Intel was unable to keep up with Gateway's requirements, resulting in lost revenues for Gateway. Intel expects that its newest fabrication plant (to be called Fab 22), Read More
Intel Delays Shipment of 820 Chipset
Intel Corp. has postponed (for the second time) the launch of its 820 chipset.

pentium  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 graphic performance. Rambus (whose memory forms the base for the 820) is currently trying to resolve several flaws in its product. Market Impact PC vendors have been waiting for the 820 chipset for some time, but this latest delay has caused some (including Compaq and Dell) to put 820-based PC shipments on hold. The Read More
I Know What You Did Last Week - But I'll Never Tell
Internet advertising is under attack from privacy advocates and private citizens as DoubleClick reveals that it can correlate surfing behavior with individual identities. DoubleClick points out that this is only possible when the personal identification is provided voluntarily. Opponents question whether the average surfer understands the implications of providing information.

pentium  plans to ship the Pentium III processor with a processor serial number that can be tracked by programs and Web sites. February, 1999 A New Hampshire company is found to be building a national photo database, using driver s license photographs obtained from motor license registries. The firm received funds and assistance from the U.S. Secret Service March, 1999 Private security consultant, Richard Smith finds that the Windows 98 operating system attaches a globally unique identifier (GUID) to every Read More
Intentia: Stepping Out With Fashion and Style Part One: Characteristics and Trends of the Fashion I
So your software vendor says that they can do fashion. You better make sure that the software features go far beyond styles, colors, and sizes. The requirements for the fashion industry are some of the most demanding and unforgiving in the world of manufacturing. If you're not careful, you may find your profits falling on the cutting floor and money being swept out with the scraps.

pentium   how long has the Pentium IV computer chip has been placed on PC motherboards compared to double-breasted suits? Furthermore, in somewhat of a reversal, the requirements of fashion manufacturers are being driven more by the demands of the retailers that sell the clothes than the supplier. A recent example between Levi s and Wal-Mart highlights a developing trend. Up until the early 1990s Levi s could pretty much deliver the merchandise and retailers would sell it. Now to do business with Wal-Mart, Levi s 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”?

pentium  400MHz Celeron and 400MHz Pentium II mobile chips that effectively made the chips unusable. The problem was brought to Intel s attention in late February after buyers of notebooks from Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. began complaining about CPU failures. The trouble was initially reported to Toshiba by owners of its Satellite 4100-series and Tecra 8000-series laptops featuring the 400MHz chips. In the last two weeks, Toshiba and Intel engineers narrowed the problem down to a circuit board, known Read More
HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.

pentium  rival to Intel Corp. s Pentium III, featured in systems made by four of the five largest PC makers in the United States. The lone holdout remains Dell Computer Corp. Certainly we re pleased that interest in Athlon continues to grow and we re attracting more strategic customers, said AMD spokesman Drew Prairie. It signals a continuing trend that Athlon s performance message is getting out there and there s a strong demand for systems based on it, and OEMs are reacting to that demand. For its part, HP Read More
IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server
IBM to ship its 4000R server, a thin server targeted at ISPs and ASPs. The 4000R sets a new standard for CPU density, fitting two Pentium IIIs in a one-rack-unit (1U) high enclosure, and will be priced at $3,000 to $4,000.

pentium  up to two CPUs (Pentium II or III) per system, is a rack-mountable, stackable system. The system, expected to ship in late September, will cost $3,000 to $4,000. Market Impact This announcement sets a new level of CPU density at two per U or 84 per rack (42U-high) - 75% more than the previous density mark of 8 CPUs in a 7U height, or 48 CPUs per rack. In addition, this server, based on the Network Engines WebEngine product, can be clustered up to 256 nodes. The result of this could be a RAIS - 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...

pentium  $699 HP eVectra D9898T Pentium III 600 8.4 GB $999 Compaq iPaq legacy free Celeron 500 4.3GB $499 IBM has a good mix of features and values. For $200 more than Compaq s offering, you get: Larger hard drive Faster processor E-mail and application suite (Lotus Notes client & Lotus SmartSuite Millennium) IBM also includes free deployment and migration tools such as the System Migration Assistant, which collects user settings and data from an old PC and transports them to a new NetVista. The security Read More

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