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Worldwide PC Microprocessor Sales Jump 16 Percent in Q3 2011


[December 23, 2011]

Researcher IDC figures show worldwide PC microprocessor revenue rose 16.1 percent, units edged up 5.2 percent in Q3 2011 compared to the same period last year.

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Tags: server , PC , Intel , AMD , IDC , microprocessor

IDC: Cloud Server Revenue to Reach $9.4 Billion by 2015


[July 18, 2011] Public cloud server revenue projected at $3.6 billion, private cloud at $5.8 billion worldwide by 2015, researcher says. Read More...

Tags: Cloud , server , IDC , revenue

Q4 2010 Global Server Shipments Rise 6 Percent, Revenue Climbs 16 Percent


[February 28, 2011] Researcher Gartner pegs full year 2010 worldwide shipments up 17 percent to 8.8 million units, revenue climbs 13 percent to $48.8 billion. Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , HP , x86 , Gartner

D&H Distributing Offers SMB Server Instruction With New Solutions Lab


[February 22, 2011] Server system building sessions, vendor trainings provided for resellers through new lab at company’s headquarters. Read More...

Tags: server , SMB , Cisco , training , D&H Distributing

Muglia To Depart Microsoft Server and Tools Unit


[January 17, 2011] Ballmer says time is right for change at the top of $15 billion unit. No successor yet named. Read More...

Tags: cloud computing , Microsoft , server , Ballmer , Muglia

IBM Makes Power7 Express Lineup Official, Adds ISV Certified Applications


[September 23, 2010] Vendor aims infrastructure and application servers at mid-sized businesses. Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , Power7 , midmarket

Worldwide Server Shipments Jump 27 Percent, Revenue Up 14 Percent in Q2 2010


[September 02, 2010] Researcher Gartner reports flat sequential performance but year-over-year 29 percent growth in x86 server shipments and 37 percent revenue boost for Q2. Unix servers decline by 16.5 percent in shipments and 8.8 percent in revenue for the period. Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , Dell , HP , Gartner

Global PC Microprocessor Shipments, Revenue Improving


[August 25, 2010] Researcher IDC’s Q2 2010 data shows a sequential 3.6 percent bump in unit shipments and a 6.2 percent jump in revenues compared to the prior quarter. Strong first half performance may yield to late summer weakness. Read More...

Tags: server , PC , IDC , desktop , microprocessor

Microsoft-1-800-GOT-JUNK


[April 19, 2010] Founded by Brian Scudamore when he was still in university, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has evolved into a $100 million business with over 200 franchises in 3 countries. Encouraged by his success, Scudamore decided to make aggressive efforts to expand his business by increasing the number of franchises in North America. Before he did this, however, he had to make sure that he had scalable IT and server infrastructure capable of handling any level of future growth. Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , server , vertical , virtualization

Verio-Riser Media


[April 14, 2010] When Riser Media was contacted in 2007 by a current client and asked to host several high traffic sites, the media company realized that offering hosting services in addition to Web design could improve their relationships with existing clients and increase revenue. Read More...

Tags: search , services , server , vertical , media

Lantronix-Secura Key


[April 13, 2010] A few years ago, Secura Key developed SK-ACP, an access control panel for entry/exit management. To allow the initial version of SK-ACP to connect to a network, Secura Key relied on the Lantronix UDS1100 external device server. The security company, however, wanted to upgrade their product to have embedded networking capability so it could offer both wired and wireless remote management. Read More...

Tags: security , server , vertical , wireless , networking

Sun Microsystems-Ivan Smith Furniture


[March 24, 2010] The main challenge the company was facing was that they needed to find a better alternative to their existing reporting system. Specifically, they wanted a system that would make creating report templates easier, would reduce the time needed to run reports, and would provide browser-based access to reporting tools. Read More...

Tags: security , server , software , vertical , Sun Microsystems

Researcher Says Worldwide Server Market Shows Sharp Rebound in Q4 2009


[March 01, 2010] X86 servers post significant upward spike in revenue and shipments for period. Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , HP , x86 , IDC

Microsoft Expects Noticeable Cloud Revenue Two Years Out


[February 25, 2010] Vendor says Windows Server and SQL Server are still main revenue drivers but security and developer tools growing. Read More...

Tags: cloud computing , security , Microsoft , server , virtualization

PGP-Software AG


[February 20, 2010] Thousands of individuals throughout the world use Software AG technology on mission-critical systems, so protecting confidential customer data is obviously essential. Software AG wanted to find an information security solution to protect private information stored on laptops and contained in e-mails. Read More...

Tags: security , server , vertical , international , e-Mail

Emulex


[January 10, 2010] The Emulex Edge Partner Program is geared towards vendors of server, storage, and networking solutions. Read More...

Tags: server , marketing , partners , partner , Storage

Trend Micro-Huntsville City Schools


[December 11, 2009] Huntsville City Schools in Alabama is a family of K-12 learning institutions accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges. Before adopting Trend Micro products, Huntsville City Schools was dealing with a large number of virus attacks. The support being provided by the vendor of the existing security solution was inadequate, and the product in use was being discontinued. Huntsville City Schools needed an affordable, effective security solution. Read More...

Tags: security , server , support , vertical , virus

Xerox-Richfield Graphics


[December 11, 2009] Richfield Graphics has been providing excellent service to their many clients for more than 25 years. To keep up with customer demand for shorter run lengths and faster turnarounds, Richfield introduced digital color printing services in 2005. As the number of print jobs per day grew, processing and managing them became difficult, and bottlenecks in workflow occurred frequently. Richfield Graphics recognized that in order to ensure continued customer satisfaction, they needed to find a way to improve workflow efficiency. Read More...

Tags: services , server , vertical , international , Storage

Worldwide Q3 Server Shipments and Revenue Drop


[December 01, 2009] Researcher Gartner points to quarter-over-quarter sequential rise, predicts stabilizing market Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , Dell , HP , Gartner

Trend Micro-Follett Corporation


[September 30, 2009] The Follett Corporation, based in Illinois, has been in business for more than a century. Currently, they generate billions in revenue each year, selling a variety of educational products to universities, libraries, and schools. The challenge the company was facing was that their existing security software was consuming an excessive amount of the wide area network’s total bandwidth. This led to a difficulty in processing credit card transactions – many were not going through. Read More...

Tags: security , Microsoft , server , software , vertical

GigaSpaces-Virgin Mobile UK


[September 21, 2009] Virgin Mobile is the largest mobile virtual network operator in the United Kingdom. The company employs about 1,700 individuals, and has an ever-growing customer base. The challenge that was being faced by Virgin Mobile UK was one that most companies would welcome: skyrocketing growth. They realized that their traditional server-based architecture would need to be replaced to avoid system outages and accommodate fluctuating changes in demand. The company needed to maintain continuous availability, especially during critical sales periods like the weeks leading up to Christmas. Read More...

Tags: middleware , Microsoft , server , vertical , broadband

VARs See No Signs of Imminent Recovery


[August 03, 2009] Tight credit, slow sales cycles and customer cost-cutting still prevail in market. Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , server , economy , VARs

IBM Creates Group to Build IT Bundles for Mid-sized Businesses


[July 31, 2009] Big Blue plans to increase number of product suites it builds specifically for IT needs of mid-sized enterprises. Read More...

Tags: server , IBM , channel partners , midmarket , Storage

Fujitsu Eyes Midsized Businesses, Boosts Channel Program


[July 28, 2009] Company relying on partners to drive sales to small and medium enterprises. Read More...

Tags: server , vertical , Fujitsu , Enterprise , channel partners

IBM-Jetstar


[May 27, 2009] In a time when many airlines are downsizing or closing their doors, Australian airline Jetstar is implementing an aggressive growth strategy. Jetstar recognized that they would have to streamline their terminal operations if they hoped to realize their ambitious growth goals. The company concluded that the most effective way to make terminal operations faster, more efficient, and more cost effective was to set up a system that allowed customers to bypass long check-in lines. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , server , software , IBM , vertical

Microsoft-Del Monte Foods


[April 26, 2009] Del Monte Foods, a California-based company that began operations in 1916, produces, markets, and distributes a variety of foods and pet products for the U.S. retail market. Because so many of Del Monte’s customers still submit orders by fax, the company needed an efficient and reliable fax server solution that would integrate with their existing Microsoft IT infrastructure. Read More...

Tags: security , Microsoft , server , vertical , telecommunications

3COM - Covenant Health


[April 06, 2009] Covenant Health is a leading Tennessee healthcare provider that uses advanced technologies to deliver information to employees and physicians. With six hospitals ranging in size from fifty to 540 beds, Covenant Health needed an affordable array of powerful network systems to expand its connectivity and deliver new-generation PACS and healthcare applications. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , server , vertical , 3Com

IBM - Cash Call Inc


[March 13, 2009] Cash Call, Inc. has been in business since 2003. The company’s mission was to be the first online lending company that could approve a loan in minutes—day or night. The problem Cash Call faced was that they needed to build a flexible and robust platform to launch such an innovative online lending business. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , server , software , IBM , vertical

Avaya - Access MediQuip


[February 25, 2009] With 75 percent annual growth, the company outgrew its original call-center capabilities. With more than 200 daily calls manually screened by an individual operator. Read More...

Tags: services , server , Office , media , Avaya

Microsoft - WilliamsF1


[February 19, 2009] For almost three decades the Williams F1 racing team has been at the forefront of Formula One development. The team wanted to establish a website for the upcoming racing season that would reflect its leading position. They had seven weeks to accomplish their goal. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , server , management , Enterprise , media


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