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The Chip Race Is On Between Intel, IBM

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UPDATED: Intel offers a new take on the enterprise processor market at its developer conference. Is the competition a two-horse race between IBM's Power5 and Intel's IA64 line-or more complicated?

Red Hat Brings Linux to Unisys

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Unisys, breaking with its Microsoft-centric ways, is embracing Linux with a Red Hat partnership.

Waste Management: Waste Not

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By using algorithms and other metrics to change the routes its trucks take, the garbage hauler can save big. (Baseline)

Report: Utility Computing Requires New TCO Approach

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A Yankee Group study says it could be a decade before the computer industry gets the most TCO efficiency out of utility computing, which aims to respond cost-effectively in a constantly changing business environment.

Consolidated Unit Integrates HP Technology

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In an eWEEK interview, HP Executive Vice President Ann Livermore talks about the mission, challenges and expectations for the new Technology Solutions Group.

Can Networks Shoulder New Loads?

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Network monitoring tools can assess readiness for bandwidth-intensive apps.

Fujitsu Beefs Up Utility Computing with New Server

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The company says its new two-way rack server powered by Intel's 64-bit Itanium 2 chip is key to its "Triole" utility computing initiative.

New Apps Let Servers Mind Themselves

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Opsware and SWsoft help companies expand data center automation.

Veritas Acquires Invio for $35 Million

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The storage software maker says it plans to extend Invio's process engine beyond the storage realm.

SWsoft Tool Aims to Ease Virtual Server Management

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Virtuozzo 2.6 comes with new features designed to increase the scalability of virtual machines while making them easier to deploy and manage.

HP Brings Utility Computing to the Client

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Hewlett-Packard will introduce new commercial desktops, workstations and mobile offerings armed with new processing capabilities and added management and security features.

Partners Back Utility Computing

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HP, Fujitsu and IBM are turning to system and network management software partners to help move their respective utility computing initiatives forward.

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