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2007-07-02 10GbE chips migrate to computer servers
Broadcom Corp. is throwing its hat in the ring of chipmakers bringing 10Gbps Ethernet to computer servers. The increasing activity is a sign that 10G Ethernet is ready to migrate from the big switch that aggregates data-center traffic down to the mainstream server that generates and processes it
2015-10-28 Dell-EMC deal alters supply chain models
How well Dell can integrate EMC and use its longstanding supply chain strength to shape its forward-looking business plan will be something others in the industry will want to keep an eye on
2006-08-28 Apple recalls 1.8 million laptop batteries
Apple Computer recalled 1.8 million Sony-based, rechargeable Li-ion battery packs for a number of its iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 notebook computers
2007-01-09 Vista, dual-core to boost PC growth in '07
The arrival of Vista in the consumer market, the increased availability of multi-core microprocessors and a recovery in the desktop segment will mean greater sales growth in PCs.
2006-09-21 Toshiba (also) recalls laptop batteries
Another major computer manufacturer is recalling Sony-made laptop batteries in its products. Toshiba is reportedly recalling 340,000 laptop batteries made by Sony
2006-08-02 Tech leaders release new spec to simplify IT management
HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and a number of other companies announced that they have published a draft of a new specification that defines a consistent way to express how computer networks, applications, servers and other IT resources are described
2005-03-15 STMicro to license package technology from Siliconix
STMicroelectronics has agreed to license the PolarPak power MOSFET package technology from Siliconix Inc., in the hope of promoting the package as an industry standard.
2006-10-26 Sony to replace up to 9.6M battery units
Sony announced that approximately 9.6 million battery packs will be covered in its voluntary replacement program for certain notebook computer battery packs using Sony-manufactured Li-ion battery cells
2006-10-04 Sony to initiate global replacement program for battery packs
Sony will initiate a global replacement program for certain battery packs that utilize Sony-manufactured Li-ion cells used by notebook computer manufacturers to address concerns related to recent over-heating incidents
2006-10-25 Sony recalls batteries for Vaio notebook
Sony issued a recall of batteries for its Vaio notebook computers last week. The company revealed that the total number of its Li-ion batteries to be recalled has reached 9.6 million units.
2008-07-03 Processor bout: Q1 goes to Intel
A new report from iSuppli suggests that Intel is clawing back a sliver of the PC processor market share against gains by rival Advanced Micro Devices as both companies are preparing a new volley of 45nm products.
2008-10-31 PC manufacturers recall more Sony batteries
Remember the brouhaha a couple of years ago when Sony took the heat for failing to tell consumers immediately about a problem with its notebook pc batteries? The electronics giant today seems a bit more proactive, announcing it is working with Dell, HP and Toshiba to voluntarily recall another 65,000 batteries
2004-08-18 Notebook makers turn cautious about second half
The world's top two notebook PC manufacturers are turning more conservative on growth prospects for the sector this year, as increased price competition and uncertainties over demand in the second half take their toll.
2010-05-18 Netbooks to boost notebook sales to 209.5M this year
Sales of notebook PCs is expected to rise a whopping 25.5 percent this year to 209.5 million units driven by growth in netbooks and a new class of low power notebooks.
2007-09-03 Microsoft sees shift to parallel in 10yrs
Multicore processors are driving a shift to a new parallel architecture for mainstream computers but a parallel programming model to serve those machines will not emerge for five to 10 years, according to Microsoft Corp.
2013-12-17 Market remains upbeat for professional workstations
Jon Peddie Research stated that despite the decline of PCs amid the popularity and sales gains by tablets and smartphones, the market for workstations and professional applications remains strong.
2006-11-10 Li-ion battery standard up for revision
IEEE begins revision of the Li-ion laptop battery standard --the IEEE 1625--to address recent calls and to improve overall performance, as well as make laptop battery systems more reliable and robust.
2007-06-29 Intel rolls out cables, spec for clusters
Intel has developed a new class of optical cables and system specification geared towards boosting the growth of computer clusters
2006-12-12 India's Satyam to build software center in Malaysia
Satyam Computer Services will set up a 2,000-seat software engineering center in Malaysia. The new center follows the creation of the company's a 100-seat center in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, three years ago
2010-01-12 IC firms wait to ride Apple tablet wave
Rumors are rampant that Apple will soon launch a mobile tablet computer, with many saying it will happen later this month and much of the buzz out of the CES is about devices that adopt the tablet
2004-06-21 IBM seeks approval to manufacture in India
IBM Corp. is seeking government approval to manufacture computer systems and related peripherals in India
2005-07-20 HP expected to announce massive layoffs
Hewlett-Packard is widely expected to cut thousands of jobs as part of a long-expected restructuring that will attempt to bring the computer maker's costs in line with business and its rivals' numbers, according to industry analysts
2006-10-09 Fujitsu takes back 287k batteries in FMV-Biblio, Lifebook
Fujitsu said it will recall 287,000 Sony-made battery packs in its laptops as part of the voluntary replacement program that Sony announced.
2007-02-16 Data center power still a major concern
The U.S. Congress passed legislation in late December that mandates the Environmental Protection Agency to work with computer makers to study if the government should adopt new incentives to handle rising power consumption in data centers
2006-08-29 Battery recall to cost Sony over $170 million
Sony Corp. said the cost of supporting the laptop battery recall programs of Dell and Apple Computer would likely range approximately $170 to $256 million.
2011-10-25 APAC PC market sees strong growth
The Asia Pacific's third quarter PC market continues to see steady growth, while the market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) continue to decline.
2007-05-15 Acer seeks suppliers' help in HP suit
Acer Inc. is asking its contract manufacturers to share responsibility in the patent suit filed by rival Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP), according to a report from Taipei Times.
2009-12-10 Acer nabs No. 2 spot in PC market
Acer Inc. of Taiwan in the Q3 09 rose to second place in the worldwide PC business, up from third place during the previous quarter.
2003-07-18 PC shipments increased 10 percent in Q2 '03
Worldwide PC shipments totaled 32.8 million units in the second quarter of 2003, a 10 percent increase from the same period last year.
2003-10-06 LCDs, desktop monitor shipments increase; CRTs down in Q2 '03
DisplaySearch revealed in its latest Quarterly Desktop Monitor Shipment and Forecast Report that desktop monitor shipments rose 5 percent Y/Y while falling 2 percent Q/Q to 28M units.
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