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: Gateway Drops AMD Gateway Drops AMD R. Krause - September 29, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary September 20, 1999 - Gateway Inc. revealed that it plans to stop purchasing microprocessors from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., after current models are replaced. Gateway will now use only processors manufactured by Intel Corporation. Gateway presently holds the #4 position in U.S. sales volume of PCs. AMD holds the #2 position in U.S. sales volume of microprocessors. Market Impact This announcement marks Intel s
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: GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct M. Reed - March 5, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - March 5, 2001 Event Summary GMAC Insurance group, a subsidiary of General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC) was tasked by General Motors Corporation to build a customer service website. This required access to multiple years of legacy data in the ADABAS database system. This case study, provided by the vendor and further researched by
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: A VoIP Primer—Everything You Need to Know about VoIP A VoIP Primer—Everything You Need to Know about VoIP Leslie Satenstein - January 28, 2009 Read Comments This article is geared toward the business person who is considering adopting voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). I will briefly describe the history and function of VoIP, and the considerations you should take into account before choosing a vendor. VoIP is a very simple concept. Instead of using a traditional telephone company s internal network
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