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  • Avnet Enables Users To Design Their Own

    The white-box channel soon will have more access to tools brandished by large, brand-name OEMs in the past few years,online "configurators" that resellers or their customers can use to custom-design systems on the Web.

  • Sun Debuts Storage And Server Offerings

    Sun Microsystems is taking the shotgun approach to introducing its latest round of new and upgraded hardware, software, and services. The company continues to promote its holistic approach toward IT administration, with the network as the most important unifying element.

  • I2 Technologies Gets Nasdaq Warning

    The Nasdaq Stock Market has given i2 Technologies notice its common stock will be delisted because the company failed to file its annual report in a timely manner, company officials said Monday.

  • 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.

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