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  • Dell Nets $561 Million In 3Q Profits
    Dell Computer Corp. said Thursday that sales and profits surged in the third quarter despite the sluggish market for personal computers and other equipment.
  • BEA Meets Wall Street Expectations
    BEA Systems met analyst estimates for its fiscal third-quarter 2003 earnings, remaining financially stable despite the economic recession, officials reported Thursday.
  • HP To Unveil Smaller EVA Array, Faster Ultrium, More Storage Software
    Hewlett-Packard plans to use its National Storage Days, held next week in Scottsdale, Ariz., to introduce a lower-cost version of its EVA array, announce the availability of its latest Ultrium-based tape drives and cartridges, and unveil enhancements to a number of its storage software offerings.
  • Ingram Cuts Ribbon On Its Largest Warehouse Yet
    Ingram Micro cut the ribbon Wednesday on a sprawling, new four-football-fields-long warehouse in Mira Loma, Calif., the largest and final addition to its five-year-old plan to serve the U.S. market through four "super" distribution centers.
  • Cisco Switches Game Plan Into Storage
    Cisco Systems provoked nervous twitters across the storage industry when it recently announced plans to acquire San Jose, Calif.-based Andiamo Systems, a privately held Fibre Channel switch company, and unveiled a family of storage switches called the Multilayer DataCenter Switch 9000.
  • CRM Shake-Up
    When Siebel Systems, the almighty CRM-software market leader, can't give analysts and shareholders anything resembling a sales pipeline, you can't blame people for beginning to doubt the merits of CRM. After all, the San Mateo, Calif.-based company uses its own technology. If it isn't helping them, how can it help other companies?
  • 2.5G Networks Drive Mobile Computing
    Beyond wired and wireless LANs lies the world of mobile computing. PDAs, Pocket PCs and laptops are increasingly connecting users to enterprise databases and applications via wireless wide-area networks.
  • CIOs Play By New Rules
    It has been about two years since the economy began to turn south, and while it could be another year or more before IT spending growth enters positive territory, one thing is clear: It's unlikely that customers will buy technology the way they did during the glory years anytime soon, if ever.