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  • Dell Raises Outlook, Revenue Up 11 Percent

    Dell Computer's acquisition of systems integrator Plural, its partnership with EMC, demand for clustering and networking hardware were all key contributors to Dell's double digit growth in revenues last quarter and its bullish outlook on the remainder of the year, said company chairman and CEO Michael Dell on Thursday.

  • Computer Programmers Rally To Support California Open-Source Bill

    Comparing their cause to America's fight for independence from England, computer programmers rallied Thursday to support a proposal that would require the state of California to purchase more open-source software.

  • Dell Earnings Meet Expectations

    Dell Computer Corp. reversed a year-ago loss in the second quarter as the top computer maker continued to take market share in a flat market. Executives also issued an upbeat forecast for the third quarter.

  • Hard Facts: August 19, 2002

    The overall level of solution provider satisfaction with hardware vendors' channel programs edged higher in July after two months of unusual volatility, according to CRN's monthly Channel Satisfaction Survey.

  • Visualware Eases Network Monitoring

    Monitoring enterprise networks is a complex process that often creates more questions than it answers. Visualware aims to simplify the monitoring and reporting process with VisualProfile Enterprise Edition 2.0d.

  • Sun Adding 1,900 Partners to Its Base

    Lost amid the commotion surrounding Sun's return to 32-bit computing this week with a non-SPARC-based system was a little-noticed item that could have significant impact on Sun business partners. In a nutshell, the world leader in Unix computing is adding 1,900 new resellers worldwide to its ranks of volume channel partners.

  • Dell: EMC Will Get Us Into The Data Center

    Dell Computer may not be acquiring EMC, as rumors have suggested for the past year or so. However, the closer relationship between the two IT industry giants is continuing to grow stronger as EMC gives Dell the tools it needs to make a play for the enterprise data center.

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