CRN Channel News


  • Aspire 1710 product offers workstation performance at $1,499


    Acer Goes Big With 15-Pound, Graphics-Intensive Notebook
    While rivals are offering lighter notebooks, Acer America is bucking the trend with the release of a new 15-pound notebook offering workstation graphics performance at an estimated $1,499 price tag.
  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Ted Kummert, Microsoft's <br>'E-Biz Guy'
    Ted Kummert, Microsoft's corporate vice president of e-business servers, presided over the BizTalk 2004 launch in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday afternoon. Just before he took to the podium he talked with CRN Industry Editor Barbara Darrow about his new gig. A 14-year veteran with the company, he has worked on Windows NT and Windows CE development, and most recently spent four years with MSN.
  • Lexmark Banks On Color With New Laser Printer
    Betting on projections for huge growth in the midmarket color printer segment, Lexmark on Tuesday unveiled a new product line that it says boosts performance and cuts the cost of acquisition.
  • MP-ready chip hits 3GHz


    Intel Unveils New Xeon
    Intel Tuesday released a 3GHz, multiprocessor-capable version of its Xeon chip for servers. Intel said the processor offers a 25 percent performance boost and provides an easier solution for server consolidation.
  • Former WorldCom Chief Ebbers Indicted
    Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers has been indicted on federal charges stemming from the multibillion dollar accounting scandal at the telecommunications giant, a government official said Tuesday.
  • No limit on number of ISVs and integrators company will add, executives say


    IBM Steps Up Business Partner Recruitment
    IBM's recruitment of new Business Partners shows no signs of letting up with IBM executives saying ISVs and integrators are their prime targets.
  • Invites partners to share in IBM's vision for open standards, innovation


    Palmisano Illuminates On-Demand Plan
    Painting the clearest picture to date of his company's sweeping on-demand initiative, IBM Chairman and CEO Sam Palmisano kicked off IBM's annual PartnerWorld conference in Las Vegas Monday with an economically optimistic speech that asked partners to embrace the IBM pillars of open standards, technical innovation and business-process transformation and outsourcing.
  • Alcatel, Nortel Heat Up WLAN Market
    Alcatel Monday entered the enterprise wireless networking arena with a new portfolio of access points, switches, appliances and voice handsets.
  • On-Demand Takes Center Stage At PartnerWorld
    Painting the clearest picture to date of his company's sweeping on-demand initiative, IBM chairman and CEO Sam Palmisano kicked off the annual PartnerWorld conference in Las Vegas with an economically optimistic speech that asked partners to embrace the IBM pillars of open standards, technical innovation and business-process transformation and outsourcing.
  • Study: Blogging Ain't All That
    The phenomenon of self-publishing on the Internet was supposed to bring the power of the people to the world. To some extent it has, according to a new survey, but only from a surprisingly small percentage of Web users.
  • Best Issues Upgrade To MAS 90, MAS 200
    Best Software said it will soon issue an upgrade to its MAS 90 and MAS 200 accounting and business management systems. Both ERP systems for the SMB market include the same new features and improvements. Release 4 will be available next week.
  • Server Market Posts Growth
    The worldwide server market posted growth for the third consecutive quarter at the end of 2003, with Linux use continuing to accelerate, market-research firm IDC says.

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