• <i>CRN</i> Interview: Bill Nuti, Symbol Technologies

    Bill Nuti surprised Wall Street and the networking industry when he left Cisco Systems in July to become president and COO of wireless vendor Symbol Technologies. As the company prepared to launch an extensively overhauled channel program early next year, Nuti talked with CRN Infrastructure Editor Larry Hooper about the mobility market and Symbol's role in that segment.

  • Chip Maker Micron Loses $316 Million

    Decreasing prices for memory chips this fall pushed Micron Technology's first-quarter loss to $315.9 million, far worse than Wall Street expected. The chip maker wrote down inventory to reflect the extended downturn in the telecommunications and networking markets.

  • Red Hat Reports First Profit On GAAP Basis

    Linux software provider Red Hat said Tuesday it earned a profit under generally accepted accounting rules for the first time, attributing its net income to higher server subscriptions.

  • Sun's Up On Grid Computing

    Sun Microsystems plans to unveil a program in the first half of 2003 aimed at getting its U.S. solution providers involved in grid computing.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Adalio Sanchez, IBM

    IBM recently launched its new, Linux-based pSeries server,the p630,on the heels of drastically reducing pricing on its p650 server line, targeted for the SMB market. Both servers are based on IBM's Power4 processor architecture. CRN Senior Editor Edward F. Moltzen recently sat down with Adalio Sanchez, general manager of IBM's pSeries line, and discussed the details of the company's strategy and products.