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HP to release dual-processor Itanium module

HP to release dual-processor Itanium module

Hewlett-Packard Co. next month will begin shipping a new multiprocessor daughtercard that will double the number of Itanium 2 processors...

May 4th, 2004 Robert McMillan
Veritas makes utility Vision clear

Veritas makes utility Vision clear

LAS VEGAS - Veritas Software Corp.'s metamorphosis is almost complete. The storage software vendor has taken a leap into the...

May 3rd, 2004 Rebecca Reid
IBM to virtualize servers, storage

IBM to virtualize servers, storage

IBM Corp. on Wednesday will announce plans to begin offering new virtualization software and partitioning technology with its servers that...

April 27th, 2004 Robert McMillan
Toshiba develops 100GB hard disk for notebooks

Toshiba develops 100GB hard disk for notebooks

Toshiba Corp. has developed a hard disk drive for notebook computers that can hold 100GB of data. The company expects...

April 22nd, 2004 Martyn Williams
MySQL readies preview of clustered database

MySQL readies preview of clustered database

Looking to boost its presence in enterprise applications, MySQL AB on Wednesday will make the clustered version of its open...

April 13th, 2004 Paul Krill
Australian address database pinpoints properties

Australian address database pinpoints properties

The 2006 Australian national census will be among the many beneficiaries of a new government database that helps translate addresses...

April 5th, 2004 Computerworld Today Australia
EMC modifies disk array to emulate tape libraries

EMC modifies disk array to emulate tape libraries

EMC Corp. on Monday announced a data-archiving device that offers the speed and file-level granularity of disk storage but looks...

April 5th, 2004 Lucas Mearian
HP readies low-cost Fibre Channel drives

HP readies low-cost Fibre Channel drives

Hewlett-Packard Co. will begin offering low-cost Fibre Channel disks in July that will cost about one-half the price of current...

April 5th, 2004 Robert McMillan
U.S. buys world

U.S. buys world

The U.S. government has bought the world’s biggest ever solid state disk from Texas Memory Systems Inc.The 2.5TB system is...

April 5th, 2004 Techworld
Apps at your service

Apps at your service

Not every effort at standardization catches on, but sometimes conditions are ripe for new ideas. In the world of business...

March 25th, 2004 Ann Bednarz Network World U.S. and Greg Enright