CRN Components and Peripherals News


  • NEC To Merge Display, Projector Units
    NEC said Friday it plans to merge its projector and desktop display/large-screen LCD units into one company, a move that includes combining the channel groups of each entity.
  • NEC To Merge Display, Projector Units
    NEC said Friday it plans to merge its projector and desktop display/large-screen LCD units into one company, a move that includes combining the channel groups of each entity.
  • HP Corporate Spying Case Mushrooms
    A former Hewlett-Packard executive added a countersuit against the company after he claimed that HP snooped into his phone records while he was ordered to keep tabs on Dell's printer business.
  • AMD Turns To VARs To Help Build SMB Market Share
    Advanced Micro Devices has set its sights on small and midsize businesses this year and is developing new products, programs and incentives for VARs and resellers to execute on that mission.
  • How HP Caught Up To Dell
    Call it poetic justice, but it appears advantages Dell enjoyed with its direct build-to-order strategy has finally become its Achilles heel. With the final tally in for 2006, Hewlett-Packard is now in a veritable dead-heat for PC market share with its archrival.
  • IBM Selling Printing Business To Ricoh
    IBM is getting out of the printer business for the second time in its history with a deal to sell its printing systems division to Ricoh through a joint venture.
  • AMD Posts Loss, Sees Flat Q1
    Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) reported fourth quarter 2006 revenue of $1.77 billion, an operating loss of $527 million, and a net loss of $574 million, or minus $1.08 per share.
  • Dell Buys Time From Nasdaq On Delisting
    Dell said Tuesday that the Nasdaq stock exchange has given it a conditional reprieve, in which the computer hardware company wouldn't be delisted if it met several conditions.
  • Sun To Use Intel Chips In Servers
    Sun Microsystems and Intel are the latest archrivals in the IT industry to put down their guns and make peace. The computer giants on Monday unveiled a broad alliance that marries Sun's Solaris Unix OS with Intel's Xeon processors.
  • Slide Show: Intel, Sun Announce Broad Partnership
    In a press conference on Monday, Intel CEO and president Paul Otellini and Sun Microsystems CEO and president Jonathan Schwartz, announced a joint agreement to use Intel chips in some of Sun's servers and for Intel to endorse Sun's Solaris operating system.

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