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Itanium: New Opening for Linux?

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Intel's new Itanium chip is getting muffled yawns from some quarters, but for Linux vendors, the architecture could represent a sterling opportunity to make much-desired inroads into high-end computing environments.

Pixie Dust Grows Drives

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IBM last week touted a new disk capacity technology as magical, but at least one company owner and IBM competitors said it's overhyped and offers more capacity than needed.

Web Services: IBM Gets It

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IBM learned the hard way that open standards is the only strategy.

NASDAQ Considering Itanium Servers

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As NASDAQ's chief technology architect, Jim Richmann oversees a vast expanse of servers located at data centers in Trumbull, Conn.; New York; and Rockville, Md.

Deep Fishing for New Partners

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HP looks to hook companies that provide end-to-end solutions for enterprise customers.

Its Scary How Well This Works

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Ghost 7.0 nearly succeeds at being all things to all people and is still a good choice for setting up PCs in a central depot.

Precision 530 Taps Dual-P4 Power

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Dell's workstation scores well on performance benchmark tests; pulls Intel out of marketing corner.

Dell Boosts Speed With 1GHz Pentiums

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Dell Computer Corp.'s latest two-way general-purpose server, the PowerEdge 2550, packs a pair of Intel Corp.'s fastest Pentium III CPUs and robust performance in a rack-optimized form factor, making it a fine choice to handle front-end Web and application

Kitty Dabbles in Geopolitics, Mysticism

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Spencer wondered if eWeek would foot the bill if he flew to Prague to check out Czech President Vaclav Havel's rage firsthand.

Intel Readies Itanium, Plans PIII Cuts

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Intel Corp. is poised to flood the market with new chips in upcoming weeks, including its first 64-bit processor, the long-delayed Itanium.

Compaqs New Era

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Company reworking corporate PCs; customers are wary.

Rap Sheet

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