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   Service providers to partner vendors in utility computing vision
 Sony updates VAIO and aims for handheld market
 Sun, Fujitsu to jointly develop Solaris and SPARC-based systems
 Global chip sales reach high
 Intel, AMD launch new chips

 
 
 
Service providers to partner vendors in utility computing vision
Service providers and ISVs should be looking for ways to join with vendors to bring utility computing to market as the PC increasingly loses its place as the face of network computing, according to predictions made by Sun Microsystems. More...

Sony updates VAIO and aims for handheld market
Sony has taken the next step into IT/AV convergence with the unveiling of several prototype multimedia products the vendor says will take its premium VAIO brand beyond the PC and into the hands of consumers - literally. More...

Sun, Fujitsu to jointly develop Solaris and SPARC-based systems
In what Sun Microsystems chairman and CEO Scott McNealy called an ‘acceleration' of a 22-year partnership, Sun and Fujitsu revealed this week that they have entered a joint development pact that will see the two vendors merge their Solaris and SPARC-based server product lines by mid-2006. More...

Global chip sales reach high
Worldwide semiconductor sales increased by 36.6 percent in April, reaching the highest monthly level in nearly four years, an industry trade group said this week. More...

Intel, AMD launch new chips
Chip rivals Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) unveiled new sets of processors this week, with Intel launching a new lineup of mobile processors and AMD taking the wraps off four 64-bit chips for desktops. More...

 
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