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- PC 98 spec announced. Schwartz, Ephraim // InfoWorld;10/06/97, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p19
Reports that Intel and Microsoft have unveiled PC 98 Design Guidelines 1.0 that aims to help the industry create personal computers in 1998 that are easier to manage, by delivering a set of definitions for more highly integrated hardware and software platforms. Mini-notebook recommendations;...
- OEMS anxious to see Microsoft, Intel PC 99 specifications. Schwartz, Ephraim // InfoWorld;07/27/98, Vol. 20 Issue 30, p22
Examines Microsoft Corp. and Intel Corp.'s final Version 1.0 PC 99 design guideline specifications. Similarity with Version .9; Configuration process; Support for digital video disc; Digital broadcast television capability; Support for IEEE-1394 as an input/output bus.
- What next year's PC plans mean to IS. Caton, Michael // PC Week;04/13/98, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p41
Comments on the PC 99 specification from Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp. which details system requirements for personal computers built in 1999. How the elimination of the ISA devices and expansion slots will impact information services departments; The PCI bus and the Universal Serial Bus;...
- PC 98 spec pushes CPU speeds, moves away from ISA bus. Santoni, Andy // InfoWorld;04/21/97, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p31
Reports that Microsoft Corp. and Intel Corp. are pressing to push the basic central processing unit standard from 120 MHz to 200 MHz, double the system RAM to 32MB, and phase out ISA bus. Protest that PC 98 design guidelines offer only incremental changes over the PC 97 specification.
- Wintel schedules. // R&D Magazine;Mar98, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p75
Presents information on computer software focusing on the release of several products from Microsoft and Intel Corporation. Reference to the release of Microsoft's Windows 98 operating system; Details on the products to be released by Intel.
- Microsoft enters the midrange. Scannell, Ed; Vance, Ashlee // InfoWorld;3/17/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p1
Reports on the decision of Microsoft to team up with Intel for the launching of the Windows Server 2003 software on April 24, 2003. Benefits of the deal to Microsoft; Comments from industry observers on Windows; Increase in the low-end server market.
- APM specification gets revised. RN // Electronic Design;1/10/94, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p27
Reports on the release of the Advanced Power Management (APM) version 1.1, an update of APM specification released by Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corporation. Improvement of the power-management software; Addition of support for the Plug and Play initiative; Backward-compatible; Contact information.
- 2003: what's in store? // Australian Personal Computer;Jan2003, Issue 289, p15
Features several computer software that will be launched in the year 2003. Overview of computer software Palladium from Microsoft Corp.; Release of 64-bit Itanium by Intel Corp.; Introduction of Office 11 from Microsoft Corp.
- Microsoft backtracks on plan to support EFI in Vista system. Savvas, Antony // Computer Weekly;3/21/2006, p14
The article informs that Microsoft Corp. will not support the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) from Intel Corp. in its forthcoming Windows Vista operating system. The EFI is designed to replace the basic input/output system that has dominated personal computer platforms for more than 20...