Western Digital has designed a disk drive specifically targeted for RAID and other heavy-duty cycle applications.
Ingram Micro disappoints investors and investors run for the exits.
Investors gear up for results from Keane and other major integration firms.
Seeking new revenue opportunities? Integrators should take a close look at IBM’s financial results.
Wall Street has upbeat expectations for solutions providers, integrators and technology titans. Upcoming earnings announcements include: Affiliated Computer Services Inc., Convergys Corp. (CVG), Manhattan Associates Inc. (MANH), PC Connection (PCCC), Keane Inc. (KEA), Avnet Inc. (AVT), DiamondCluster International Inc. (DTPI), Sapient Corp. (SAPE), Perot Systems Inc. (PER), Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC).
Technology integrator and distributor shares rise on Wall Street amid strong economic report; earnings season begins later this month for IT solutions providers.
Big year-to-date winners include American Management Systems (AMSY), Ciber CBR), CDW (CDWC), MPS Group (MPS), Avnet (AVT) and Ingram Micro (IM).
Technology integrator and distributor stock prices slip amid a broader market sell-off on Wall Street, as resellers weigh their network hardware options.
Technology systems integrators’ stocks soften on Wall Street; American Management Systems(AMSY) accepts a buyout.
Wall Street presentations lift shares in Ciber (CBR)and other technology solutions providers; alleged scandal threatens Lockheed Martin’s buyout of Titan Corp. (TTN)
Distributor’s quarterly results attract buyers to channel technology stocks; top execs from Arrow (ARW), Avnet (AVT) and Ciber (CBR) prepare for financial conferences.
Ziff Davis Channel Zone’s Stock Index of top technology integrators, VARs, distributors and high-tech consultants declined again on Wall Street, making three consecutive weeks of decline. .
Investors rethink technology investments as a Security and Exchange Commission investigation torpedoes Titan Corp.’s shares.
Solutions providers’ stock prices took two steps forward and one back last week despite strong earnings from Agilysys and MPS.
Technology stocks in our weekly stock index sliped 2.24 percent last week as investors worried over interest rates and whether the recent rally can continue.
Most—but not all—technology integrators are optimistic about Wall Street. What went wrong at Accenture? What dampened the outlook at Convergys?
IBM results impress Wall Street; shares in solutions providers are up nearly 10 percent in 2004.
Shares in solutions providers rise more than 4 percent for week ending Jan. 9; channel index hits new high.
After robust showing in 2003, solutions providers hope to extend the market rally into 2004.
DiamondCluster leads 12-month high tech rally on Wall Street. Integrators and distributors also shine.