CRN Channel News


  • Cast About Offshore
    It should come as little surprise to you that most solution providers I speak with have a limited interest in penetrating the international market.
  • ShadowRAM: January 19, 2004
    The Consumer Electronics Show brought back memories of the old Comdex in Las Vegas,you know, the one with 90-minute cab lines.
  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Paul Tufano, Maxtor
    Fresh on the heels of Maxtor, Seagate and Western Digital adopting tougher reporting policies for distributors, Maxtor CEO Paul Tufano sat down with CRN Editor in Chief Michael Vizard and Senior Editor Edward F. Moltzen during the recent International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
  • Acer Ferrari 3000
    To help rev up sales, Acer recently launched the Ferari 3000, a new high performance, eye-catching notebook. In 2003 Acer became an official supplier to the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One team. In exchange, Ferrari authorized Acer to use the patented red Ferrari paint and prancing horse logo on the screen lid of this latest notebook offering. A matching USB optical mouse is included.
  • Trend Micro cuts Premium partner ranks, unveils other changes


    Program Overhaul
    A major channel program overhaul is under way at Trend Micro, with changes expected to take effect by February.
  • Boom Coming, IBM E-Commerce Chief Says
    E-commerce, which broke out with soaring sales this recent holiday season, is poised for more growth across-the-board, as current enterprise users upgrade aging systems and small and midrange companies enter the field in increasing numbers, said the head of IBM's e-commerce unit, Bart Lautenbach.
  • Sun Narrows Loss In Q2
    Sun CEO Scott McNealy recently told VARBusiness that his company is rocking, and second quarter results released Tuesday indicate the company is, well, soft rockin' anyway.
  • Texas Instruments CEO To Step Down
    Richard K. Templeton will take over as president and chief executive of semiconductor maker Texas Instruments in May, succeeding Thomas J. Engibous. Company officials called the move a planned and orderly succession.
  • Report: U.S. PC Market Stages Comeback
    The U.S. PC market staged a recovery in 2003, with total shipments up nearly 11 percent over 2002, according to the latest edition of IDC's Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker.
  • Intel Ships 802.11g Technology For Centrino
    Intel moved today to bring its mobile Centrino platform into the next generation, saying it is now shipping a network connection for it that supports 802.11g connectivity.

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