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Barracuda drives now all in one family

After several years of carrying two lines of Barracuda high-speed hard drives, Seagate Technology is merging them into one family.

AMD goes stable

The microprocessor manufacturer is promising system stability for corporate buyers

Cisco adds hardware to NAC appliance

Cisco adds hardware to NAC appliance

rnImprovements to Network Admission Control include server and support for Catalyst switches

Novell thinks it can help developers build a better desktop

In an effort to spur adoption of open source software, Novell Corp. is posting some of its application usability testing data and resources on the Web for developers.

WysDM releases new products, updated channel program

Software firm seeks five solution providers in Canada with storage expertise for its data protection management applications

Cisco says it heeds the channel

Partners told the manufacturer to build easy to configure business communications products

Analysts see growth for wide-area Ethernet voice and data

Yankee Group says demand for ATM, Frame will drop but they are still popular

VAR praises new Nortel CEO

Zafirovski, expected to take over the telecommunications maker this month, has at least one fan among its resellers

Gentek changes distribution strategy

Company signs high end IP vendors Aastra Telecom and Sangoma and pushes their products to resellers

Once stalled in litigation, a chip is reborn

Production of the ZFx86 is about to be re-started. Embedded system makers are crossing their fingers

HP addresses commercial printing needs

Multifunction machines aim to boost worker productivity, drive cost down and improve manageability

Lenovo makes Wright move

Lenovo Canada has replaced departing president Heather Ross with former Ingram Micro GM Murray Wright.

3Com expands VoIP suite modules

Add-ons enable remote users, call to centres take advantage of VCX system features

Get ready for body networks

Technology for transmitting data through human skin is not that long from being a reality

KVM vendor shifts to channel

Until recently, Aten Technology sold its remote management hardware to OEM manufacturers and direct sales companies.

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