hardware

Hardware including servers, desktops, laptops, smartphones and more for MSPs, IT service providers (ITSPs) and cybersecurity companies.

Dell APEX As As Service Revenues: Too Early to Say

Dell revenues show sales momentum, but Dell APEX as-a-service revenues remain undisclosed. HPE & Cisco each share as-a-service revenue clues.

Huawei x86 Server Business for Sale?

Huawei seeks to sell x86 server business amid a blacklisting by the U.S. federal government & cloud competition, report suggests.

Western Digital-Kioxia Merger Talks Stall: Report

Western Digital-Kioxia merger talks stall, report says. Merger would have created NAND flash memory hardware rival to counter Samsung, Intel, Micron & SK Hynix.

Fortinet, Linksys Unveil HaaS-based Secure Home Network Equipment

Fortinet and Linksys unveil hardware-as-a-service (HaaS) model for new secure home networking gear that links to corporate networks.

Toshiba-Private Equity Rumors Resurface

Toshiba seeks ‘strategic ideas’ from private equity firms KKR, Blackstone,┬áBain Capital and Brookfield, report says. Will Toshiba buyout bids surface?

CompuCom Introduces Microsoft Surface Laptop Support Services

ODP’s CompuCom introduces Microsoft Surface hardware support services — a solid sign for the MSP as it seeks a new owner.

Intel Reorganization Details

Intel reorganization & executive leadership updates target data center, artificial intelligence (AI), network & edge, software, accelerated computing systems & graphics opportunities.

Zoom, Poly, Yealink Launch Zoom Phone Appliances

Zoom Phone Appliances are available via Zoom’s Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) program, and authorized Poly & Yealink resellers.

Managed Print Services: MPS Monitor Grows Despite Global Pandemic

MPS Monitor, which develops RMM (remote monitoring & management) software for managed print services, grew revenue 40% in 2020 vs. 2019.

Intel Ice Lake Processors: Hot Channel Partner Opportunity?

Can new 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors (code-named Ice Lake) plus new CEO Pat Gelsinger get Intel back on track?