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  • Citrix Unveils 'Pearl' and New Gems
    Software vendor Citrix Systems is hoping that Project Pearl and other new technology developments will help it reap riches in a tough economy.
  • Ingram Micro Passes On HP Costs to Customers, Still Cleaning House
    Distributor Ingram Micro intends to pass on to its customers costs that result from reformulated taxes and charges with vendor partner HP/Compaq, Ingram Micro executives announced at a recent earnings call. Among other areas, changes are expected to affect rebates, discounts and price protection and returns, said Ingram Micro CEO Kent Foster.
  • Will Gates' Tablets Soothe Tech's Upset Stomach?
    My latest gadget is one of those USB flash drives. Smaller than a Bic lighter, it enables me to tote 64 meg of data back and forth to work, and between Macs and Windows PCs, effortlessly. It's certainly not revolutionary, but it makes me more productive, and I think it's cool. It's a technology that works.
  • Sun ONE Middleware To Be Built Into Solaris
    Sun plans to build all of its Sun ONE middleware into its Solaris operating environment, confirmed Sun Microsystems Executive Vice President of Software Jonathan Schwartz.
  • Making JBoss
    Solution providers say WebMethods' plan to bundle a free J2EE application server with a new version of its integration platform likely won't have much effect on how they use the vendor's technology.
  • Avnet Hall-Mark Gets Instant-Messaging Religion
    Few companies are better poised to reap the rewards of a secure, realtime communication channel than distributors, which have reseller customers spread across various geographies and time zones.
  • WatchGuard Aims To Wow Partners
    WatchGuard Technologies this week plans to unveil a restructured channel program and enhancements to its security appliances.
  • Cisco Adds New Specialization
    Cisco Systems this week is launching a new technology specialization focused on routing and switching technologies.
  • New Chips Coming
    With solution providers still squarely focused on the 32-bit world, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are racing to produce and ship their latest highest-performing microprocessors by year's end.
  • Tablet PC Launches With Style
    Bill Gates trumpeted the launch of Microsoft's much-awaited Tablet PC in traditional Microsoft style this week, during a gala event in New York where he was joined by a bevy of business and high-tech execs, a best-selling author and even an actor.