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January 08, 2003 Intel Announces Centrino™ Mobile Technology Brand Name
Intel Corporation said Intel® Centrino™ mobile technology is the new brand name for its upcoming wireless mobile computing technology. The new brand signifies Intel's best technology for notebook computers, based on a new mobile processor microarchitecture and wireless capability as well as features designed to enable extended battery life, thinner and lighter form factors, and outstanding mobile performance.
January 07, 2003 Integration of Seagate 146 GB Drive with LSI Logic Storage Controllers Eases Price/Performance Decis
January 07, 2003 Maxtor Expands Award Winning Personal Storage 5000 Family Line Up
Maxtor Corporation introduced the newest addition to the Maxtor Personal Storage 5000 Family of hard drives - the Personal Storage 5000DV 200GB/7200PRM with 8MB cache for fast performance. The new offering expands the 5000 series, meeting the needs of ultimate speed and performance intensive applications such as video-editing and gaming.
January 07, 2003 Intel® XScale™ Technology Based Smart Displays Enable Wireless PC Access Throughout The Home
Intel Corporation announced that top makers of wireless Smart Displays - Abocom, Fujitsu, Lite-On, MSI, Philips, Tatung, TriGem and ViewSonic - have selected Intel® XScale™ technology based processors to power new products that help enable wireless PC access throughout the home. Retail availability for these Smart Displays running on Intel XScale technology is expected this month from ViewSonic and Philips, with products currently targeted to be released later this year from Fujitsu and TriGem.
January 06, 2003 Hitachi introduces new 15,000 rpm enterprise hard drive
January 06, 2003 World's smallest hard drive now bigger: 4GB on a one-inch disk
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced plans to squeeze four gigabytes of data onto the 1-inch Microdrive, the world's smallest hard disk drive. With considerable advances in miniaturization technology, Hitachi engineers have overcome numerous magnetic recording challenges associated with developing hard disk drives of this size. The 4GB Microdrive is expected to be available in the Fall of 2003.
January 06, 2003 NEC Selects Adaptec's Industry-Leading Ultra320 SCSI for New Servers