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April 1, 2012 By hiyohiyo

CrystalCPUID (64-Bit)

CrystalCPUID is a useful application that shows detailed information about the processor, the chipset, bios and cache. It contains...

September 13, 2006 by

Sun rolls out new products

Sun executives were in New York City to give a boost to its low-end UltraSparc-based servers, cranking up the processor speed with 1.5GHz UltraSparc IIIi processors and the I/O with PCI-X and PCI Express, as well as adding RAID on the motherboard and a redundant power supply.

March 13, 2003 by

Dell Latitude D600

Dell has done a marvellous job redesigning its corporate thin-and-light notebooks, making the new Latitude D600 a wise choice for companies looking to upgrade their laptop fleets.

March 13, 2003 by

Dell Latitude D600

Dell has done a marvellous job redesigning its corporate thin-and-light notebooks, making the new Latitude D600 a wise choice for companies looking to upgrade their laptop fleets.

March 12, 2003 by

Acer TravelMate 800

Acer has delivered an excellent combination of design, features, all-round performance and battery life in the TravelMate 800, which sets an early benchmark for Pentium-M/Centrino notebooks.

June 7, 2009 By Inferre Software Solutions

Inferre Visere

Visere gives you detailed information of your hardware and software. You are able to generate reports in .html .doc or our own format...

April 16, 2002 by

ServerWorks unveils server app chipset

SEATTLE--Broadcom subsidiary ServerWorks has released its new CSB6 chip, which handles input-output chores for special-purpose networked computers called "server appliances." The "southbridge" I/O chip, paired with a "northbridge" chip to communicate with memory and a system's main processor, collectively are called the system's chipset. The CSB6 includes support for three RAID (redundant array of inexpensive disks) channels using the lower-end ATA disk drive standard, making it good for basic server appliances, ServerWorks said Tuesday at the WinHEC conference here. The product also has twice as much input-output performance as its predecessor, the CSB5, supporting Broadcom's newer Grand Champion HE and LE northbridge chips, 64-bit PCI buses and 1 gigabit-per-second Ethernet. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

May 15, 2001 by

Sun Enterprise Ultra 10S

Sun's minitower entry-level workgroup server, with the 440-MHz UltraSPARC-IIi processor supporting up to 1 GB of memory, 4 PCI expansion slots, and up to 18.2 GB of internal storage.

March 31, 2004 By Centillium

Palladia 300/400 Usb Adsl Modem

Palladia 300/400 Usb Adsl Modem integrates a multi-linecode ADSL PHY, a 200MHz network processor, a hardware encryption engine, a packet...

January 8, 2001 by

Apple CEO: Macs to reach 733 MHz

SAN FRANCISCO--Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs announced four new desktop Power Mac G4 systems in his Macworld Expo keynote speech here this morning. The single-processor systems, which weigh in at 733, 667, 533 and 466 MHz, all include a new audio subsystem, Gigabit Ethernet, four PCI slots plus an AGP slot and a 133-MHz system bus.

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