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EMC Utility Dissects, Monitors MPLS VPNs

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EMC adds greater granularity of discovery, display and diagnostics for Multiprotocol Label Switching-based VPNs in a pair of Smarts MPLS Manager releases

BEA Reaches Out to Wider IT Audience with AquaLogic

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Opinion: With its AquaLogic product line, BEA Systems is reaching out to an influencial new audience, application architects and corporate business strategists, who may keep BEA growing for years to come if they buy into its pitch.

BEA AquaLogic Rollout Bolsters SOA Strategy

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BEA Systems last week rolled out a slew of products under the aegis of its new Enterprise Liquid Assets vision as the company continues its effort to position itself as a serious force in service-oriented architectures.

CA to Fortify Unicenter with Concord Network Tools

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Computer Associates officials say the next release of Unicenter, due in the fall, will include network management technology acquired in the $337 million buyout of Concord Communications.

VMware to Bundle ISV Apps with Virtual Machines

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VMware is unveiling its VMware Technology Network, or VMTN, a Web-based program that will let users get virtual machines preconfigured with software from ISVs.

Demand for Speed Drives Web Accelerator Buying Spree

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Major network technology vendors are snapping up Web acceleration system startups to build an Internet that is responsive enough to support the latest Web-based applications.

Tiny Aircraft Use Linux, Bluetooth for Computing

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British researchers have built tiny aircraft that use Linux to perform parallel processing operations and can communicate with one another via Bluetooth.

Sun Purchases StorageTek

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Sun Microsystems is bulking up its storage portfolio to help customers brace for looming compliance.

HP Brings Utility Computing to SAP Apps

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HP's Virtualized Infrastructure Solutions for mySAP Business Suite enables users to dynamically allocate compute resources to respond to business demands.

SaaS Emerges as Long-Term Rival to Packaged Software

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The software-as-a-service model is appearing as a growing competitor to packaged software. But the likes of Microsoft, Oracle and SAP stand in the way of SaaS becoming a dominant software-distribution model.

Future of Grids May Be Outside the Enterprise

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Opinion: The maturity of grid technologies will lead to wider adoption of grids, but grids within the enterprise may never be mainstream.

IT Managers See No End to Technology Complexity

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Reporter's Notebook: Reducing IT complexity was the theme of Gartner Symposium/ITxpo. But IT managers say all of the evidence they have seen points to more complexity, not less.

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