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WINTELWindows on Intel
WINTELWindows-Intel
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Xpshou.com also points out that last year global mobile terminal equipment was about 698 million units, of which the Wintel platform accounted for 47.3%.
The system, reportedly based on technology solutions provider HP (NYSE:HPQ)(Nasdaq:HPQ) Wintel servers connected to an HP EVA8000 SAN, has been developed over the last two years and was completed during February 2006.
4 Carlos Koch and Luis Jorge Garcia (Wintel), Obed Murayama Limon and Obed Murayama Andana (Centro Dinamico de Seguridad Privada), and Rafael Pelayo (Wintel).
'Think differently' was the company's marketing slogan and mantra of the Apple faithful, a very like-minded bunch of individuals who pretty much 'think identically' when it comes to their opinion of Wintel PCs.
It runs about 150 applications including PeopleSoft for HR and financials, with 150 servers (a mix of Wintel servers, RS600s and AS400s).
Here is a monopoly in essence, the Wintel monopoly--Windows/Intel--which has enormous global power and which no government is willing to stand up to, at least effectively, so far.
Thursday's raids come just over a month after Japan's Fair Trade Commission raided Microsoft, Intel's partner in the Wintel platform that dominates the PC industry.
The book is written with the "Wintel" personal computer in mind.
Over the years, McNealy said only that Sun would never go over to the 'Wintel' camp by making servers based on Intel chips and running Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Some of the points raised above are just as relevant if your organization makes use of Macs, rather than Wintel (Windows and Intel-based) PCs.
This article covers the new threats presented by malicious mobile code and offers ten steps you can take to limit its effectiveness on Wintel based systems.
Network managers are faced with the challenge of being able to troubleshoot and proactively administer a variety of Wintel and Unix/Linux machines in multiple locations.