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Kingston® Technology Company, Inc. announced immediate availability of a 1GB 266MHz DDR PC2100 memory module. Ideally suited for small form factor systems with applications requiring a gigabyte of memory, Kingston's latest memory offering enables users to optimize or double their systems' current memory capacity.
March 31, 2003 Adaptec to Offer Comprehensive External and Networked Storage Solutions With Acquisition of Eurologi
Adaptec, Inc. has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Eurologic Systems, a leading provider of external and networked storage solutions. The acquisition builds on Adaptec's leadership in direct-attached server storage by allowing the company to provide complete, end-to-end block- and file-based networked storage solutions.
March 31, 2003 Intel Revs Up Speed On Celeron Processors
Intel Corporation introduced the Intel® Celeron® processor at 2.40 and 2.30 GHz. The Celeron processor brings Intel technology, quality and reliability to the desktop value PC consumer market segment. The Intel Celeron processor at 2.40 GHz delivers the right combination of features and frequency at an appropriate price point for the value PC market segment. Based on Intel's 0.13-micron process technology, the processor utilizes 478-pin packaging and features a 400 MHz system bus.
March 25, 2003 Iomega Announces New USB-Powered External Floppy Drive
Iomega Corporation announced the availability of the new Iomega® Floppy USB-Powered Drive. As floppy drives and disks continue to be used around the world as a universal platform for sharing and distributing small electronic files, the new Iomega® Floppy USB-Powered Drive offers consumers a convenient and easy way to organize, share and store their smaller data files.
LSI Logic’s Storage Standard Products division and Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced plans to coordinate their respective product development efforts to speed delivery of next-generation Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) technology. The companies plan to share design implementations, performance testing results and debug information, as well as participate in other joint activities.
March 24, 2003 Samsung Announces Mass Production of DDR2
Kingston® Technology Company, Inc. announced immediate availability of 1GB 333MHz DDR PC2700 unbuffered memory modules. Ideally suited for high-end desktop applications requiring over a gigabyte of memory, Kingston's latest memory offering enables users to optimize or double their systems' current memory capacity.
March 18, 2003 Adaptec First Host Bus Adapter Provider to Transmit Serial Attached SCSI Protocol Packet
Adaptec, Inc. extended its SCSI technology and market leadership by becoming the first host bus adapter provider to send a Serial Attached SCSI protocol packet over a serial wire. The protocol transmission puts Adaptec on track to bring the first Serial Attached SCSI chip and controller card to market to meet next-generation computing demands for performance, scalability, flexibility, data protection and component size.
Adaptec, Inc. announced a broad Serial ATA (SATA) product family including motherboard solutions and zero-channel, 2-, 4-, 8-, 12- and 16-port add-in RAID cards that deliver Adaptec's proven data protection technology combined with SATA price-per-megabyte performance for desktop PCs, workstations, entry-level and midrange servers and external storage appliances.
March 17, 2003 Iomega Announces New 256MB Mini USB Drive
Intel Corporation introduced several advanced Ethernet products that help speed data between desktop PCs and servers over enterprise networks. The products promise to accelerate the adoption of Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) connections on to the desktop and the transition to 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) in enterprise data centers.
March 14, 2003 Kingston Announces Support of Sun Fire V1280 and Netra 1280 Servers with 1, 2 and 4GB Memory Kits
Kingston® Technology Company Inc. announced support for Sun Microsystems' Sun Fire V1280 and Netra 1280 servers with one, two and four gigabyte (GB) memory kits. Kingston has a licensing agreement with Sun for products manufactured by Kingston and designated for use in systems based upon UltraSPARC® III and IV platforms.
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is making its way into the arena as Seagate Technology demonstrates its SAS technology with HP at CeBIT. The event marks the first time that products using SAS are being shown in live functional demonstrations. Serial Attached SCSI is the SCSI growth path to greater connectivity, lower cost scalability, and higher throughput performance.
March 12, 2003 Intel Launches Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology
IBM's completely redesigned flagship notebook computer, the ThinkPad T40, debuted with industry-leading performance and new standards for battery life, portability, ergonomics and the most secure wireless access available on select models. IBM also announced two additional ThinkPad notebooks, the ultraportable ThinkPad X31 and new models of the ThinkPad R40.
March 11, 2003 Tandberg Data introduces RAIDn™ technology - a breakthrough in disk based data storage
March 11, 2003 SimpleTech Announces Industry Standard 4GB DDR Memory Module, Highest Capacity Currently Available W
SimpleTech, Inc. announces the 4GB DDR memory module, which incorporates the company's patented IC Tower® stacking technology to deliver the highest capacity currently available in a single unit module. The four-bank DIMM is offered in a standard 184-pin configuration, providing the ideal solution for high-end servers supporting memory-intensive applications.
March 10, 2003 Intel® Xeon™ Processors Speed Past 3 GHz
Tripp Lite announces the newest addition to its award-winning SmartOnline UPS Series - the SU1500RTXL2U. Combining true online, double conversion technology, expandable battery runtimes, remote manageability and installation flexibility, the SU1500RTXL2U provides clean, reliable power to sensitive IT and telecom equipment.
Kingston® Technology Company, Inc. announced a complete line of low latency DDR modules, with 256MB and 512MB 333MHz (PC2700) and 400MHz (PC3200) modules to its high-performance HyperX line. HyperX 370MHz (PC3000) and 434MHz (PC3500) CL2 DDR module specifications have also been updated to support lower latency timings, in both 256MB and 512MB configurations.
March 05, 2003 256MB Secure Digital (SD) Card Is Size Of Postage Stamp With Cryptographic Security Protection
March 04, 2003 LSI Logic Announces iMegaRAID Solution With iSCSI Target Controllers To Leverage IP SAN
LSI Logic Corporation announced its iMegaRAID solution with iSCSI target controllers for IP SANS. iMegaRAID will leverage LSI Logic's market-leading RAID technology and include a family of iSCSI target controllers specifically designed for external IP SAN (storage area network) environments that enable storage system builders to deliver iSCSI target solutions with minimal price premium over DAS (direct attach storage) models.
March 03, 2003 Kingston Offers Samsung's High-Capacity Monolithic SDRAM Memory Modules For Strategic Notebook OEMs
Kingston® Technology Company, Inc. announced the availability of new high-capacity monolithic PC100/133 SDRAM memory modules ranging from 512MB to 2GB. Marketed through Kingston's OEM Services Division (OSD), Kingston utilizes Samsung Electronics' 512Mbit chip technology in the design of the SDRAM monolithic memory modules.