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IBMs Websphere Gets Grid Features

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Grid lets customers tap idle resources.

Grid Computing Edges Into the Mainstream

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The Globus Project's Globus Toolkit 3.0 melds the worlds of grid computing and Web services and helps bring grid computing into more mainstream, commercial applications.

Retooling for Development

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Salesforce.com's Sforce offers Web services links.

Stanford Cluster to Bridge Sciences

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Stanford University is using supercomputer clusters as a way to bridge the once-isolated disciplines of physics, biology and engineering.

Salesforce.com to Offer Hosted Development Tools

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Salesforce.com plans to extend its business model to providing hosted development tools with the release of its sforce online application development utility.

Time to End Gridlock

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What corporations need to do is suck the cycles out of the PCs they already own. That's where grid computing comes in.
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eWEEK Labs Walk-Through of VMware Fusion SLIDESHOW

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VMware's new Fusion product does a good job making Windows applications available to OS X. Join eWEEK Labs on a tour of Fusion's highlights.

IBM Builds Blade-Powered Superclusters

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IBM is rolling out new prepackaged and pretested superclusters that include its blade server technology.

Reader Response: Service Matters

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Readers respond to Jim Rapoza's May 19 article "Service Matters."

Gateway Grid Used in Diabetes Research

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The American Diabetes Association is using Gateway's grid program to run a compute-intensive application designed to accelerate diabetes-related research.

Review: Salesforce.com

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Salesforce.com, a finalist in this year's Excellence Awards program, is among the most complete CRM packages we've tested and is especially well-thought-out for the hosted space.

IBM, Cisco to Extend Grids

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IBM has enlisted help from networking vendor Cisco Systems Inc. to build out its grid computing vision.

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