Infrastructure News

AMD rolls out new CPUs

With the recent launch of new high- and low-end micro processors, AMD is attempting to spread into non-traditional markets.rn

Lessons for Lenovo

The Chinese firm still hasn’t set up a Canadian office, but resellers and analysts are already coming up with advice on how it can revive IBM’s money-losing PC business. Is anyone listening?rn

CE/IT crossover

CES show provided many examples of the CE/IT product blurrn

Blackout bonanza

UPSforLess founder turned the blackout of 2003 into a money-making business by selling refurbished universal power suppliesrn

NetApp lauds upgraded OS

Network Appliance says the latest version of its operating system will be a boon for resellers trying to sell the company’s storage hardware and their consulting services.rn

Banking on IP telephony

Until late last year BCS Global Networks focused on its IP video managed services. Thanks to an acquisition, it now offers IP phones, toorn

Cisco wants to add more partners

Since 2002 Cisco Systems Inc. has dropped more than two-thirds of its channel partners, but the network equipment manufacturer is still looking for integrators specializing in IP services, telephony and security.rn

Partners patient with Lenovo

The new owner of IBM’s PC division has five years to prove it can maintain quality, says an Edmonton resellerrn

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


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