IBM will launch preconfigured "building blocks" for technology infrastructure to speed up deployments and cut costs. Initial prefab systems will cover servers, storage, helpdesk and unified communications.
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I am pretty excited about the upcoming HTC Diamond, especially when it comes to the U.S. with 3.5G data support. I received a press release from HTC and T-Mobile Germany announcing the previously rumored HTC Raphael (aka T-Mobile MDA Vario IV). This newest device has the cool TouchFLO 3D technology and UI seen on the HTC Diamond, but then takes it even further with a 640x480 VGA touch screen display and slide-out QWERTY keyboard (with a dedicated number row). The Mobile Phone Helpdesk has lots of photos and details on this new device, the HTC Diamond (MDA Compact IV), and HTC Advantage 7510 (Ameo 16GB).
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