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Intel Corp. has introduced its Mobile Pentium III Processor, which now offers 1 GHz "Intel Speed-Step" technology. It is designed for both full sized and thin notebooks. More than 20 new notebooks will include the chip, from a roster of manufacturers that includes Compaq Computer Corp., Dell Computer Corp., Fujitsu Corp., Gateway Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., IBM Corp., NEC Corp., Sony Corp., and more. Intel also debuted a 900 MHz version and a mobile Intel Celeron 750 MHz unit.

Information: Reader Response no. 323.

Allied Riser Communications Corp. is offering its suite of managed I.T. services, ARC Professional Services, to help firms and businesses to supplement internal I.T. resources. It includes ARC IT support services designed to encompass ongoing, weekly support of a business' I.T. environment, including updating network documentation, creating a disaster recovery plan and providing updates and preventative support for the network and more.

Information: Reader Response no. 324.

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