Stories by Jeff Partyka

  • Xerox buys colourful printing identity

    Xerox and Tektronix last week announced an agreement under which Xerox will pay $US950 million in cash for Tektronix's Color Printing and Imaging Division. With the acquisition, Xerox hopes to challenge Hewlett-Packard's dominance in the colour-printing arena.

  • Xerox buys Tektronix printing division

    Xerox and Tektronix yesterday announced an agreement under which Xerox will pay $US950 million in cash for Tektronix's Color Printing and Imaging Division. With the acquisition, Xerox hopes to challenge Hewett-Packard's dominance in the colour-printing arena.

  • Red Hat stock is red hot

    The recent slump in confidence in technology stocks seems not to have had an adverse effect on Red Hat's initial public offering (IPO). The open-source software vendor launched its IPO of 6 million shares of common stock this week, and watched the share price triple over its offering price in early tradin

  • Intel offers SMB network storage

    Intel is reaching out to small businesses with its latest network appliance, the InBusiness Storage Station. According to Intel, the product - available in a 12GB version, with a 24GB model on the way - will bring collaborative file sharing, file protection and increased file-storage capacity to small businesses, all in a unit approximately the size of a laptop computer, for under $US1000.

  • OpenView receives a facelift

    Hewlett-Packard announced a plethora of new products for its HP OpenView enterprise-management software at the HP OpenView Forum & Universe Conference held in the US last week. According to HP officials, the OpenView product line of integrated management tools for applications, systems, networks, software, desktops, security, storage and IT services is undergoing a period of fundamental change that requires customers to think differently.