Comdex 2001: Servers and Storage

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Comdex 2001: Servers and Storage

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The biggest areas of IT hardware expenditure are servers and storage. As rack space becomes squeezed, the industry is now developing "blade" servers - which allow more servers to be housed in the same space. On the storage front, among the hottest industry issues are iSCSI and storage management

Server giants flash their blades
Compaq, Hewlett-Packard and IBM used the Comdex trade show to outline their plans for high-density server blade products
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Adaptec drives iSCSI deeper into storage
Adaptec took the wraps off three Internet Protocol (IP) storage adapters at Comdex, attempting to provide users with better data transfer speeds over Ethernet networks and help link disparate storage systems
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Dell chief slates Sun
The struggle to sell servers in a slow economy has brought out the fighting spirit in Dell chief executive Michael Dell, who took a swipe at rivals during this week's Comdex trade show.
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IBM adds mainframe tools to Wintel servers
IBM is to upgrade its server line by shipping systems by the second quarter of next year with its own "Summit" chipset, designed to improve the management and stability of Intel-based servers
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Data management prospects are long-term
Users will need to wait several years before they get their hands on an emerging technology that promises to make data management easier
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IBM boosts PC server management
IBM is to upgrade its server line by shipping systems by the second quarter of next year with its own "Summit" chip set designed to improve the management and stability of Intel-based servers
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Best of the rest
Hardware enthusiasts received their money's worth at this week's Comdex trade show with a number of vendors showing the latest and greatest features on their storage and server products
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