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What's hot at PC Expo

The big show in New York will feature a variety of peripherals, including MP3 players and recordable CD technology. Meanwhile, server news will also drive traffic.

 

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The big show in New York will feature a variety of peripherals, including MP3 players and recordable CD technology. Server news is also driving traffic.

"People are less forgiving when it comes to IT problems now."

- Stephen Elliot, Dataquest analyst

 


CA's new software helps servers stay up
Computer Associates is expanding its network management software with a new tool that allows applications to continue to run even when a server crashes.

Peripherals perk up PC Expo
As it turns out, some of the hottest consumer products being shown this CNET's PC Expo coverage year at PC Expo in New York are not personal computers.

For servers, eight isn't enough
update Powerful servers using eight Intel processors will start showing up at PC Expo this week--but an Intel delay means they'll be demonstration products only.

previous coverage
AMD likely to name new K7 chip "Athlon"
The widely anticipated processor from Advanced Micro Devices will not come to market as the K7, according to sources close to the company.

Pentium III delays could give AMD the lead
A two-month delay to Intel's "Coppermine" Pentium III chip could mean AMD will take the performance crown in desktop processors and get a valuable head start.