CRN Channel News

  • AMD’s Ruiz Expects Increased 64-Bit Momentum
    Advanced Micro Devices President and CEO Hector Ruiz expects AMD's 64-bit processors to continue to gain momentum despite rival Intel's aim to offer 64-bit extensions for its 32-bit Xeon server platform.
  • OpenPages Assumes PwC's Sarbanes-Oxley Software
    Sarbanes-Oxley specialist OpenPages, together with Big 4 audit firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers, announced Wednesday it has acquired PwC's documentation repository software. PwC's Internal Controls Workbench (ICW) has been renamed OpenPages ICW. Terms of the deal where not disclosed.
  • Booming iPod Sales Fuel Big 2Q Gains For Apple
    Powered by skyrocketing sales of its iPod handheld music player, Apple Wednesday reported a 29 percent year-over-year revenue gain and a profit of 12 cents per share for its fiscal 2004 second quarter, beating Wall Street's earnings forecast by two cents.
  • Nvidia Ships Next-Gen Graphics Processor
    Graphics chip maker Nvidia on Wednesday said it has begun shipping its next-generation GeForce 6800 processors, which are targeted at the high-performance desktop space, a market that will soon get another boost when Intel releases its next-gen chipset.
  • BEA, Accenture Simplify Enterprise Portals
    BEA Systems and Accenture have announced a portal package that can help enterprises untangle the confusing web of customer, employee and partner portals that can contribute to the high cost of complexity in enterprises.
  • Survey: 17 Percent Of Americans Are Wireless
    About 17 percent of Americans--or about 21 million people--have logged on to the Internet using wireless devices, according to a research report released Tuesday by Pew Research.
  • Avaki Updates 'EII' Software To Boost Distributed Queries, Integration
    The emerging market for enterprise information integration got a boost Tuesday when Avaki released the updated version of its self-named software. Avaki 5.0 now supports distributed queries and data manipulation, and provides an overarching framework for managing data integration tools from a variety of vendors.
  • Intel's Otellini: Next-gen mobile chip could launch next month

    Dothan Shipping To OEMs
    Intel has begun shipping its next-generation mobile processor, code-named Dothan, to OEMs ahead of an expected May launch, said Paul Otellini, the chipmaker's president, in a call with financial analysts.
  • But chipmaker's profit, sales see year-over-year growth

    Intel Misses 1Q Earnings Forecast By A Penny
    Chipmaker Intel fell a penny short of financial analysts' consensus forecast for its first-quarter profit, posting net income of 26 cents per share.
  • BEA And Veritas Forge Partnership
    BEA Systems put some skin in the utility computing game this week by inking a sweeping partnership with storage maven Veritas. The multifaceted deal will tightly align the companies' respective products, and sales and marketing efforts.