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  • Intel buys optical networking chip company

    Intel plans to bolster its optical networking processor lineup with the purchase of West Bay Semiconductor, the company announced Tuesday.

    09 July 03 08:38 Written by Tom Krazit
  • Acer introduces Linux to business PC line-up

    Open source software has gained another foothold in the business PC market following Acer’s announcement that it will begin offering the Linux operating system across a select range of its commercial desktop platforms.

    08 July 03 15:51 Written by Nadia Cameron
  • Siebel faces restructuring, flat revenue

    Customer relationship management software vendor Siebel Systems plans to cut out a layer of its operating hierarchy and reduce staff as it faces continued flat revenues.

    08 July 03 14:26 Written by Marc L. Songini
  • T&M .Net tool launches

    A graphical test and measurement (T&M) solution for Visual Studio .Net is now available locally to software developers.

    08 July 03 12:31 Written by Steven Deare
  • Deutsche Telekom, IBM team on video delivery system

    German incumbent telephone company Deutsche Telekom AG (DT) has teamed with IBM to implement what they say is one of the world's largest digital media content hosting and delivery systems.

    08 July 03 12:03 Written by John Blau
  • WA council sweetens future path

    Perth's City of Cockburn Council has replaced its 12-year-old, text-based legacy system with a software suite in a $700,000 project.

    08 July 03 10:22 Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore
  • SOAP 1.2 gets recommendation from W3C

    The World Wide Web consortium (W3C) announced earlier this week that it has given recommendation status to the latest version, 1.2, of the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) specification -- a protocol used for exchanging structured information in distributed Web services environment.

    08 July 03 08:33 Written by Allison Taylor
  • Intel's Madison and Gallatin launched

    Intel on Monday began shipping the third-generation of its 64-bit Itanium 2 processor, code-named Madison, and also launched the Xeon Processor MP platform, code-named Gallatin.

    08 July 03 08:28 Written by Allison Taylor
  • IBM, Dell launch servers based on Itanium 2

    IBM announced two additions to its eServer xSeries product line on Monday based on Intel’s new Xeon MP and Xeon DP processors and provided a snapshot preview of several other new servers based on Intel’s latest Itanium 2 processors.

    08 July 03 08:25 Written by ITWorldCanada.com staff
  • EMC acquires BMC's storage management software

    Storage solutions provider EMC announced a partnership with storage software maker BMC Software on Wednesday. The two will work closely to bring end-to-end storage management solutions to enterprise customers, the companies said.

    08 July 03 08:20 Written by Carly Suppa
  • .Net developers get new virtual workspaces

    In an effort to provide .Net developers with a virtual collaborative community environment, Microsoft took the sheet off GotDotNet Workspaces 1.0 last week.

    08 July 03 08:16 Written by Allison Taylor
  • BMC, others issue earnings warnings

    Citing unexpected purchasing delays by its customers, systems management software maker BMC Software said Monday that its revenue in the just-ended quarter was lower than anticipated.

    08 July 03 08:11 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • Hummingbird appoints new MD

    Hummingbird has appointed Tony Hughes as managing director to head up the company’s operations in Australia and New Zealand.

    08 July 03 08:10 Written by Computerworld Staff
  • Zurich appoints CIO

    Zurich Financial Services Australia has appointed Glen Hickey as its new CIO to steer the organisation's IT strategy and also help manage future growth of the company's three core businesses: general insurance, life risk and investment products.

    08 July 03 08:08 Written by Computerworld Staff
  • Optus, Telstra ink Qld govt mobile contract

    The Queensland government will spend $54 million over the next three years developing mobile communications infrastructure across the state.

    08 July 03 08:05 Written by Computerworld Staff
  • IBM to preserve Pyjamas

    IBM Global Services today announced a $10 million contract to digitally archive and store the ABC's television and radio history, preserving the programs for years to come.

    07 July 03 15:33 Written by Computer World staff
  • Outsourcing saves SA govt big bucks: report

    Unlike recent Senate hearing claims that Australian Tax Office's IT services contract with EDS blew out by $400 million in its first four years due to mismanagement, a new study points to EDS as an example of how cost savings were gained in an outsourcing deal.

    07 July 03 14:43 Written by Helen Han
  • PwC: expect market consolidation

    Financial analysts at PricewaterhouseCoopers are predicting a flurry of acquisitions and mergers in the Australian technology market as market forces drag down the value of technology assets.

    07 July 03 12:58 Written by Brett Winterford
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