CRN Components and Peripherals News


  • CDW Sales Jump In Third Quarter
    CDW, in the midst of being acquired by private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners, also reported September average daily revenue figures were $36.4 million.
  • Back To That Winning Feeling
    After a four-year winning streak in the Workgroup Color Printers category, Xerox found itself edged out in last year's VARBusiness Annual Report Card survey, finishing in second place.
  • In Mobiles, HP Stands Alone
    With a strong showing across the board, Hewlett-Packard bested all rivals in the Mobile Computers product category in the 2007 VARBusiness Annual Report Card Survey. After tying for first place with Toshiba last year, HP pulled away this year with a 69 overall score, to Toshiba's second-place 66.
  • Fifth Time's Still A Charm
    For the fifth year running, Samsung's display technologies blew away the competition in the 2007 VARBusiness Annual Report Card (ARC) survey.
  • Intel, Cisco and Hewlett-Packard get top scores from solution providers for product innovation


    2007's Top Innovators
    When it comes to product innovation in the fast-moving IT market, no one comes close to Intel. That's the word from solution providers who gave the Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip giant the top grade for product innovation for the second consecutive year in the 2007 VARBusiness Annual Report Card survey.
  • HP Squeaks By IBM Servers
    Servers are changing. As storage moves to the network through SAN/NAS technology, processing power moves front and center. At the same time, midsize and large enterprises are more often opting for low-end server farms that leverage grid/utility technology, while small businesses buy high-end servers with virtualization running multiple chores.
  • Regaining A Technology Edge
    After falling behind rival chip maker Advanced Micro Devices on "wow" factor for the better part of two years, Intel began to regain its traditional dominance of the CPU market with marked improvements to its Core 2 Duo family of processors in late 2006. It then put the pedal to the metal with the launch of a quad-core processor nearly a year ahead of AMD.
  • Small Is The New Big In Desktops
    PC makers Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard are each bringing newer, smaller and faster desktops to market -- CMP Channel takes a look at each.

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