HP and IBM are poised to launch new servers based on Intel's latest dual-core Xeon processors.
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Sales of notebook computers and software helped drive up Hewlett-Packard's second-quarter net income to US$1.5 billion from US$1 billion in the same period of last year, the company said.
Network Appliance has moved into high-end storage with the launch of a new line of storage arrays geared for large enterprise applications and data consolidation.
Sun Microsystems Tuesday continued to integrate technologies gained from its US$4.1 billion purchase of StorageTek last year and sought to clarify its overall strategy for storing, managing and securing data throughout the enterprise.
IBM researchers have developed encryption technology that can be built directly into a microprocessor to help lock down data in mobile phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), digital media players and other devices, the company said Monday.
Red Hat has released the latest version of its Fedora Core Linux community distribution with new desktop applications, security capabilities and virtualization technologies.
Linux vendor Red Hat Inc. is integrating Xen virtualization technologies into the next version of its Linux operating system and working with partners to ease virtualization deployment, said the company Tuesday at an event in San Francisco.
EMC CEO Joe Tucci predicts the storage market will undergo significant changes in 2006 due to the prevalence of emerging technologies and growth potential in new customer segments.