CRN Channel News


  • Review: Exabyte’s New Autoloader Eases SMB Backup
    Backing up data to tape has been both a blessing and a curse for small and midsize businesses. The data stored on those tapes often becomes a life-saver during crises, yet the administrative overhead of performing tape backups often drives people to ignore the task. After all, someone has to change tapes, verify backups and maintain the system.
  • D-Link, Vivato Unveil New CEOs
    Wireless vendors D-Link and Vivato this week officially introduced new CEOs and made several other management appointments.
  • Intel Researchers Find Silicon Works In Optical
    In an advance that could inexpensively speed up corporate data centers and eventually personal computers, researchers used everyday silicon to build a device that converts data into light beams.
  • Enterasys, Sycamore Post Losses
    Enterasys Networks and Sycamore Networks--two companies that flew high before the telecom bubble burst three years ago--are still struggling to report an increase in sales or a profit in their latest quarterly financial reports.
  • Systems integrators prepare bids for the fed’s colossal border-patrol contract


    Biometrics Crosses The Border
    It didn't take long after the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center in New York for the Bush administration to call for the use of biometric technology to screen foreigners entering the country. Soon the government will put its money where its mouth is. In what could be one of the largest government IT deals in some time, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) this spring will award a contract that could be valued as high as $10 billion over the next decade for a systems integrator to manage the US-VISIT project.
  • Inxight Updates Insight-Finding Software
    Inxight Software on Tuesday released an updated version of its infrastructure software, which is designed to help users glean insight from unstructured information.
  • Opera Software To Go Public
    Opera Software ASA, makers of a popular Web browser, on Monday said that it plans to sell shares publicly for the first time and list its stock next month on the Oslo stock exchange.
  • Micromuse Sales Up Amid Reporting Probe
    Amid the pain of investigating earnings reports from 2003, business assurance software vendor Micromuse on Tuesday reported revenue of $37 million for its 2004 first quarter ended Dec. 31.
  • N1 grid containers, code-named Zones, take center stage


    Sun Previews Solaris 10, Plans Late 2004 Release
    Sun Microsystems on Tuesday previewed sophisticated new features in the next-generation Solaris 10, now slated to ship by the year's end.
  • PalmSource Readies For Converged Future With New OS
    All eyes were on the smartphone on Tuesday at the PalmSource Developer Conference, where PalmSource CEO Dave Nagel touted convergence in the handheld industry,and unveiled a new operating system to usher in the future.
  • PeopleSoft Offers Integration Pack For SAP
    PeopleSoft on Tuesday released integration software specifically designed to connect the company's Enterprise Human Capital Management (HCM) Payroll module to the General Ledger application from rival SAP. Going by the unwieldy handle of PeopleSoft HCM Payroll Process Integration Pack, the new middleware software provides data transformation, routing, cross-reference maps, connectors and adapters between the two systems.
  • Sprint Goes the Distance With IBM
    While IBM scored big last week when it bagged Sprint as a customer for a multibillion-dollar IT and business-process reengineering engagement, there is more to this deal than meets the eye. If the five-year partnership succeeds, it could have broad implications for both companies on several fronts. Sprint's track record in customer service is spotty, while IBM is staking its future on helping companies transform themselves through business reengineering and IT.
  • Strix Systems contest to award free networks to partners' customers


    Calling All 'Ethernet Unfriendly Buildings'
    WLAN vendor Strix Systems Tuesday said it is ready to give away at least three of its Access/One Networks to its partners' customers in the coming months to help get the word out about its wire-free WLAN solution.

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