HP's Compaq Elite 8200 ordinary looking all-in-one belies the fact its built-in vPro technology gives system admins immense remote control over the machine.
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AMD gained some ground on Intel in the fourth quarter, as the chip market revived after the effects of the recession
The chipmaker is calling on businesses to avoid lengthening their PC refresh cycles as a cost-cutting measure, as security-risk and maintenance bills could prove more costly
Chip giant Intel urges small and medium-sized enterprises to avoid lengthening their PC refresh cycles as a cost-cutting measure during the recession.
The HP Compaq dc7900 is a solid business offering in the premium desktop space, but the competition is a small step ahead.
The good people over at AVING USA have images of HP's new business tablet PC in the Korean market, the 'Compaq 2730p,' packed with Intel Centrino 2 power.According to pictures, the machine is loaded with a 12.
Queensland University of Technology has rolled out 2,000 vPro-enable Hewlett-Packard PCs in a deal with provider Leading Solutions worth AU$3 million.
Equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and vPro remote management hardware, the HP Compaq dc7700P is certainly an attractive option for business users.
If require a 17in. wide-screen notebook with corporate-calibre security, power and battery life, then the HP Compaq nx9420 is pretty much your only choice.
The HP Compaq Presario V3000 delivers a strong set of components--plus a choice between AMD and Intel processors--and a decent set of basic features for a competitive price. CNET's Justin Jaffe takes a look.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) plans to integrate Intel's Itanium family of CPUs into its IT department -- despite a general lack of popularity for the platform.When Intel first launched Itanium processors, the company expected the range to create a foundation for 64-bit computing and find its way into workstations and servers in all areas.
HP's new-look Sonoma-based mainstream business notebook performs well and delivers good battery life, all at a reasonable price.
Hewlett-Packard planned on Tuesday in the US to unveil a new Centrino laptop that comes preloaded with SuSE Linux, making it the first major laptop manufacturer to put forth such an offer. The HP Compaq Business Notebook nx5000, which costs US$1,199, has an Intel Pentium M processor and affiliated Centrino wireless technology.
Rupert Goodwins: Intel's new BIOS replacement promises to liberate the industry from the limits of the old way - but will it remove old freedoms at the same time?
High- and low-end Intel processors are picked for the company's Presario PC line, acquired from Compaq. Budget models will run as low as $729.
Although it's attracting a lot of attention, Microsoft has been very vague about the technical details of the Palladium secure computing initiative
Orinoco will this summer launch a WLAN management product that manages Compaq and ELSA kit, but it won't work with Cisco, Intel and 3Com. Is it time for the IEEE to draw up a WLAN management standard?
Hewlett-Packard has introduced a new server chassis for telecommunications customers, a 10.5-inch thick product that can accommodate as many as eight servers. The bh3700 product can accommodate server "blades" with Intel or HP processors running Windows, Linux or the HP-UX version of Linux. HP had positioned the preceding 22.75-inch thick bh7800 as its "blade" server chassis. But with the acquisition of Compaq Computer, the bh line is being sold for telecommunications customers only, with most customers steered toward Compaq's ProLiant blade line that packs more servers into a smaller chassis. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Deep-pocketed Intel isn't waiting for the tech turnaround--it's making investments now to make sure it's competitively positioned when the economy lifts. "Moore's Law isn't going to stop for a recession," CEO Craig Barrett says in the final installment of
Rival Dell is making gains in two key markets--Intel servers and European PCs--at the expense of Compaq and, especially, of Hewlett-Packard. Has the merger spooked customers?