CRN Components and Peripherals News



  • VARBusiness Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors
  • Slide Show: Color MFPs For Less
    Talk about multitasking: More and more, VARs are using their multifunction printer sales as a springboard for selling document-management and other related solutions.
  • Cooling Vendor Turns Up Channel Heat
    SprayCool, a founding member of the Green Grid consortium, is turning up the heat on its channel outreach for its eponymous liquid cooling technology for servers.
  • AMD Announces New ATI Chipset For Windows Vista
    AMD has announced a new ATI-based chipset that is optimized for Windows Vista and offers support for 3-D graphics, Aero user interface, and built-in support for DVI and HTMI as well as Direct X9. The 690 chipset will be available on motherboards beginning in March.
  • AMD Announces New ATI Chipset For Windows Vista
    AMD has announced a new ATI-based chipset that is optimized for Windows Vista and offers support for 3-D graphics, Aero user interface, and built-in support for DVI and HTMI as well as Direct X9. The 690 series chipset will be available on motherboards beginning in March.
  • After months of silence, Microsoft's chief software architect talks about his SaaS work


    Ray Ozzie Speaks 'Live'
    In a Q&A with financial analysts Tuesday, Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie shed light on the company's software-plus-services efforts along with the challenges -- and opportunities -- presented by Google.
  • Review: Big Power In A Small Box
    Supermicro aims to lure SMBs with its SuperServer 5015M-UR, a 1U unit that includes impressive processing power and phenomenal performance.
  • Bake-Off: Convertible Tablet PCs
    Notebooks have been the mainstay of portable computing users, but tablet PCs are often a better choice in certain vertical industries. The solution: convertible tablet PCs. Here's the lowdown on units from HP, Lenovo and Toshiba.
  • Bake-Off: Convertible Tablet PCs
    Notebooks have been the mainstay of portable computing users, but tablet PCs are often a better choice in certain vertical industries. The solution: convertible tablet PCs. Here's the lowdown on units from HP, Lenovo and Toshiba.
  • 2006 A Good Year For Servers
    Server sales in 2006 were robust as global shipments grew nearly 9 percent and revenue climbed 2 percent over 2005, according to a report released Thursday by research firm Gartner.

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