• Intel, Via Settle Patent Disputes

    Chip-makers Intel and Via Technologies settled a series of patent disputes Monday related to computer microprocessors and their supporting chipsets.

  • NetLedger Channel Chief Dies

    Pat Ripepi, vice president of indirect sales at NetLedger and a 30-year veteran of the IT industry, died unexpectedly on April 4 from complications of a cerebral hemorrhage. She was 51.

  • VARBusiness Interview With Sun's Top Storage Exec

    STORAGE Storage technology is experiencing a very typical evolution: those fancy features once found in high-end expensive systems are now migrating down to the mid-tier. That's why experts, such as research firm International Data Corp., are taking a hard look the maturing storage mid-market. In an interview with VARBusiness, Mark Canepa, Sun Microsystems' executive vice president of storage products, talks about this new trend and why storage is not just about selling a bunch of disk drives.

  • Canon Rolls Out New Office Imaging Product Line

    Canon USA rolled out at the AIIM conference Monday a new suite of office imaging hardware and software, including a new, network-capable printer targeted at small workgroups that use Windows- and other Microsoft-based applications.

  • Sun Eyes Midmarket

    Sun Microsystems plans to blitz solution providers at its iForce show here this week with a slew of new offerings, including two low-cost leasing options designed to lure midmarket customers, company executives said.

  • IBM Readies Midmarket Bundle

    At its developerWorks Live show here this week, IBM is expected to roll out a software and hardware bundle for the midmarket that will be sold exclusively through solution providers.

  • Oculan Puts It All-In-One

    Oculan Tuesday plans to launch a new product line for small and midsize businesses that integrates functionality currently available through the vendor's family of network management and security appliances into a single box.

  • Airespace Unveils WLAN Platform

    WLAN infrastructure vendor Airespace this week is set to introduce a new enterprise WLAN platform that the company says includes software aimed at simplifying deployment and centralizing network intelligence.