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Lenovo: Watch out HP, Dell; 'we are ready to attack' 
Wants US$5 billion in revenue in first year.
 
EMC shops for merger, sweats under investor pressure 
Talks to Hewlett-Packard and Dell, exploring all options.
 
PC and print spin-off considered by HP in EMC talks 
 
More hope for desktop PC market 
Workstation shipments to jump, even though PCs down overall.
 
The richest of the rich: top 10 tech billionaires 
Who passed Michael Dell and founders of Google on Bloomberg's rankings?
 
Dell's VMware strategy taking shape 
Virtual desktop market taking-off, says Dell.
 
Staggering growth predicted for SDN 
IDC sees US$8 billion market by 2018.
 
The 20 most influential people in tech of 2014 
Who's turning the industry upside down?
 
Chromebook sales will triple in next three years  
 
Who was at the EMC Forum? 
Hilton Sydney was packed with channel folk on 1 August.
 
Dell lays out huge overhaul for storage business 
Will merge storage platforms, develop 'Blue Thunder' project.
 
Dell and BlackBerry scoff at IBM-Apple alliance 
 
The 10 coolest tablets of 2014 (so far) 
From Dell's Venue 8 to Samsung's Galaxy Note Pro.
 
Dell embraces Bitcoin 
Despite security concerns.
 
Dell stops Chromebook sales online  
Citing supply issues due to “better-than-forecasted” sales.
 
The 10 coolest laptops of 2014 (so far) 
From Apple Macbook to Hewlett-Packard Zbook 14.
 
Dell, Intel and Samsung open up new standards battle 
 
Review: Dell Precision M4800 
Stupendous power and a top-end display.
 
Dell unleashes data-centre-in-a-box blitz 
Unveils Oracle, Cloudera, Fusion-io and Nutanix appliances.
 
Dell's blockbuster OEM deal with Nutanix 
Reveals reseller and OEM partnership.
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Issue: 331 | September 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.