Infrastructure News

Intel tunes chips to 64-bit

Sixty-four-bit computing will move from the data centre to the client, while dual-core will span server architectures and communications will become more modular, Intel Corp. executives told the firm’s annual Development Forum.rn

Craig Barrett’s last stand

Intel chief executive Craig Barrett gave his last keynote speech to a group of 5,000 attendees from 40 countries at the firm’s Developer Forum, pushing what the company calls a “holistic platform approach” to processor development.rn

Diving into IP telephony

This will be a breakout year for voice over IP. However, VARs considering moving into the market to gain a new revenue source should be warned: It may not come easyrn

Bell turns to the channel

Utility looking for 50 VARs to resell its network design, Internet, wireless and hosting servicesrn

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


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