Posts Tagged ‘Intel’
The new Powered by Intel Cloud Technology aims to promote the inner workings of the data centers that drive cloud computing. But is putting a vendor’s brand ahead of your own a good idea for service providers?
Nearly three years after being acquired by Intel, the McAfee brand will be phased out in favor of “Intel Security.” The new identity reflects the shared vision of the two companies that security needs to be rethought and woven into every layer of technology.
Acer has rounded off a topsy turvy year by naming former Intel Corp. executive Jason Chen as its new chief executive – and this time it is convinced it has the right man.
Hewlett-Packard is increasingly distancing itself from longtime allies Microsoft and Intel, saying their technologies and associated business models are antiquated compared to the disruptions of emerging vendors. Is this a sign that the Wintel paradigm is about to break?
Cisco Systems says its growth will slow in the coming year as demand for its core networking products slows and sales in emerging markets cool. The good news: The U.S. tech market is rebounding.
HP continues to shoot for the moon with its power- and space-thrifty Moonshot servers, this week rolling out a line based on Opteron processors from AMD.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
Chipmaker Intel met analyst earning expectations for its third quarter, but only because of a sharp increase in server sales and an unusual uptick in U.S. PC shipments. The company remains under pressure as its chips still haven’t gained ground in the swelling mobile device market.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman tells analysts longtime partners in innovation Intel and Microsoft are now competitors. This shows how technology disruptions and shifting opportunities are redrawing the competitive landscape.
Gartner’s list of the top 25 companies in the global supply chain in 2013 includes no fewer than nine major tech vendors.