Storage takes a bow

When a digital film conversion company needed to add more storage it turned to its long-time integrator to find a solution


Nortel targets Experts with new channel plan

Nortel Networks wants to attracted a small group of highly skilled VARs with the launch of its Expert Advantage plan. The carrot, said Oliver...

GE Access drops GE from its name but not logo

Storage distributor reinvents itself with new campaignrn

SNIA debuts in Canada

Storage distributor Bell Microproducts said while it supports the Storage Networking Industry Association coming to Canada, it's not going to sign up to be a member just yet.rn

Sun goes pay-per-use

New plan aimed at financial market charges $1 per processor per hourrn

ILM a mystery to most Canadians

Although IDC Canada analyst Alan Freedman said he's never heard a catch phrase take hold as quickly in an industry as information lifecycle management...

Nortel Networks looks remotely to multimedia

Nortel Networks Ltd. has announced a series of new products and upgrades to help enterprises deliver multimedia applications to workers out of the office.

Apple releases iPod-like iMacs

Apple Computer Inc. is hoping to entice PC users who purchased iPods into buying the similarly designed new iMac G5 — but one Canadian reseller says, "they're dreaming."


HP sharpens blade business

Believing that blade servers are the new cutting edge of IT, Hewlett-Packard is giving the thin devices their own division and releasing a bundle of new lower-cost installation services partners can deliver. rn

Q9 chief: Let’s get physical

Channel referral program is a key part of Q9 Networks growth as well as its partnersrn

StorageTek subtracts for Total

The Canadian subsidiary of Storage Technology Corp. has launched its first tiered channel program that requires partners to be certified in sales and technical training within the next nine months.

Intel’s releases dual role chips

The emergence of dual-core processors will bring the parallel computing power necessary to virtualize enterprise IT environments and ease manageability issues

Thin Client Computing

Thin clients offer customers cost savings, security and the ability to deploy applications fast.
But some say value-added resellers aren't doing enough to educate their customers on the benefits of the technology, potentially losing out on business


How Nortel came un-Dunn

One-time Canadian high-tech darling had too much American influencern

Cisco-Microsoft alliance nets first results

The collaboration alliance between powerhouses Microsoft and Cisco Systems announced earlier this year has produced its first product

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