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  • What You Can Expect From Intel

    As the industry shakes off the doldrums of 2002, one of the areas that might help revive it is wireless. Intel, which this week is offering the company's premier partners a chance to see what lies ahead in 2003, is investing heavily in the sector, beginning with Centrino, the mobile computing platform that will be the company's biggest product launch ever.

  • Corel Will Beat Microsoft's Office Suite To Market

    Corel will beat Microsoft to market with its next office suite, the Canadian company said Wednesday as it announced it would ship Corel WordPerfect Office 11 by the end of April, months before Microsoft has its Office 2003 suite ready for prime time.

  • Nishan Systems Ramps Up Orders

    In what may be a sign of market acceptance of IP storage solutions, executives at Nishan Systems report they have gone into the first quarter of 2003 with a backlog of orders for their switch products.

  • Sybase Readies PowerBuilder 9.0 For March Ship Date

    Sybase on Tuesday said it would ship its PowerBuilder 9.0, the newest edition of its rapid application development (RAD) tool aimed at developers creating applications using technologies from XML to .Net, the week of March 24.

  • Sun Touts Enhanced JXTA 2.0

    Sun Microsystems Tuesday announced the release of an enhanced version of JXTA as it attempts to push its Java-based peer-to-peer platform for the Web services era.

  • IBM's Mills Describes Pay Changes In Internal Memo

    An internal memo from IBM's senior vice president and group executive for software, Steve Mills, outlines changes to the group's employees' 2003 compensation, which includes delays to salary increases that typically take effect May 1.

  • Symantec Paints Rosy Picture At Analysts Meeting

    In these lean times, analysts conferences aren't the sort of events many people look forward to, least of all the presenting companies. Public companies conduct the shows annually to inform an audience of financial analysts about what their prospects are for the coming year.

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