CRN Components and Peripherals News

  • 2007 CRN Channel Champions: Peripherals
    Take a look at which peripherals vendors grabbed CRN Channel Champions honors this year in multifunction printers, network color laser printers, flat panel displays and UPS/power management.
  • Silverthorne processors will power the next round of mobile Internet devices, CEO Otellini says

    Intel Predicts $30B Next-Gen Notebook Market
    Intel CEO Paul Otellini said the release of Intel's "Silverthorne" processors in 2008 will power the next round of nextgen notebooks: mobile Internet devices as well as Internet-based consumer electronics devices and ultra-low cost PCs for emerging markets.
  • IBM Using Blades To Attack Desktop PC Market
    IBM is offering a new family of blades for its BladeCenter chassis that can be used with thin clients to run any PC application with the same or nearly the same performance as a standard desktop PC.
  • A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors

    Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors
  • G-TECH
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors
  • Apple Blows Past Wall Street Earnings Forecast
    Apple on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter revenue and earnings that easily topped Wall Street's expectations, with CEO Steve Jobs crediting strong sales of Macintosh computers as a key growth driver.
  • x86 Linux Apps To Run Native On IBM System P
    IBM is trying to make it easier to consolidate multiple Linux servers with a new technology that allows x86 Linux-based applications to run on its System p servers with no modification or recompilation of the applications needed.
  • Sun Offers Steep Discounts On Systems, Storage, Solaris And Services
    Sun is having an online fire sale to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The Santa Clara, Calif. company announced on Monday it would offer customers in the U.S. and U.K. steep discounts on systems, storage and services , more than 50 percent in most cases. The sale on servers lasts until May 9 while discounts on software and service extend to the end of June. The prices are in effect for online purchases from Sun's web site, the company said.
  • Lexmark To Post Earnings Amid Tough OEM Market
    Lexmark is set to announce its first-quarter earnings Tuesday, amid an OEM business that has shown marked deterioration over the past last year and signs its non-branded part of the business is still under pressure.
  • Review: Out-Of-The-Box Power
    Tripp Lite's SmartOnline Hot Swappable Modular UPS System provides instant power transfer in the event of a blackout and can correct fluctuations by adjusting the power supply during brownouts and surges.
  • AMD COO: 1Q Results 'A Perfect Storm'
    After reporting a big first-quarter loss, AMD executives said the chip maker is counting on cost cuts, a restructuring, improved channel management and new products -- notably its "Barcelona" quad-core processor -- to spark a financial rebound.
  • Lenovo To Cut 1,400 Jobs
    PC giant Lenovo on Thursday said it's cutting 1,400 jobs worldwide, including 20 percent of the workforce at its worldwide headquarters in Research Triangle Park, N.C.