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ADC 2 narrows the field

Developers are competing in 10 categories with apps for the second Android Developers Challenge.

By November 9, 2009

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Data center gets highest green-building rating

ADC says it will be the first to get the highest green-building certification for a data center. Its secret cooling ingredient? Outdoor air.

By August 4, 2008

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Apple ships Leopard Early Start Kit with Leopard beta

Available to select and premier ADC members.

By July 26, 2007

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I'm doing it right now!

Leopard for all ADC members "soon".

By June 23, 2007

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New and Noteworthy: Apple sues ADC members who illegally posted Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger); IBM to offer "partitioning" o

New and Noteworthy: Apple sues ADC members who illegally posted Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger); IBM to offer "partitioning" o

By December 22, 2004

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New and Noteworthy: HItachi cranking out more drives to meet iPod mini demand; ADC high performance computing page

New and Noteworthy: HItachi cranking out more drives to meet iPod mini demand; ADC high performance computing page

By May 17, 2004

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Troubleshooting the Power Mac G5: Questions about RAM speed, installation; ADC KVM switch - keyboard and mouse problems

Troubleshooting the Power Mac G5: Questions about RAM speed, installation; ADC KVM switch - keyboard and mouse problems

By August 25, 2003

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New Apple KB articles: DVI to ADC connector compatibility;

New Apple KB articles: DVI to ADC connector compatibility;

By May 29, 2002

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New & Noteworthy: Toon Boom Studio 2; ADC KVM; more

New & Noteworthy: Toon Boom Studio 2; ADC KVM; more

By May 23, 2002

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ADC Telecom hit by spending slump

Telecom equipment maker ADC Telecommunications reported a fiscal first-quarter net loss of $38 million before items, or 5 cents a share, on revenue of $294 million. That compares with income of $73 million, or 9 cents a share, and revenue of $689 million in the year-ago quarter. ADC posted revenue of $341 million in the fourth quarter. Wall Street expected a loss of 5 cents a share, the consensus estimate of 20 analysts surveyed by First Call. ADC attributed the loss to the stormy market conditions in the telecom industry, caused by spending cuts at major telecom carriers, which forced the equipment makers to cut costs. ADC reduced its work force by about 49 percent in fiscal 2001, to 12,000 employees from 23,500, through layoffs and the sale of business units.

February 19, 2002