Infrastructure


Infrastructure News

Linux server sales up in 2004

Research firm IDC Canada predicts Linux momentum to continue in 2005 as resellers hope their own Linux sales will grow in the double-digit range in the new yearrn

Sharp interest in blade servers

If you’re thinking about adding blade servers to your data centre, you’re not alone. While these compact units are more costly than their beefier counterparts, they offer reduced energy consumption and improved server management. They also provide a tidy solution for IT managers drowning in a tangle of cables.rn

William Owens, President, CEO, Nortel Networks

Number 5: For the beleaguered head of Nortel, 2004 has been a perfect storm: A confluence of bad news from accountants and regulators. So far, partners and customers haven’t abandoned shiprn

Nick Tidd, VP Channel Sales, 3Com

Number 2: The year started with Tidd in a staff role, testifying at a trial and then becoming a vice-president. The frequent flyer points are nice, but he admits 2004 has been exhaustingrn


Magazine

https://digital.itwc.ca/1171077

Latest stories from our digital
publication. Check it out now.