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HP Server Taps AMD's 'Barcelona'

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At its European conference, Hewlett-Packard is announcing it will use AMD's quad-core Opteron processor within its ProLiant line.

Intel's Six-Core Dunnington Chip on the Way

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The latest processor for Intel for the multisocket server space should land in the second half of this year.

Intel Offers Nehalem Details

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Intel is disclosing some of the technology behind Nehalem as well as pulling the curtain back a little on Larrabee.

Novell Starts Talking SLES 11

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Among the company's lofty goals is to make SLES 11 available as an appliance that will be supported by a new tool set.

Novell CEO Looks to the Future

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The company plans to continue making innovative ecosystem plays with key partners, says CEO Ron Hovsepian.

Is Microsoft Secretly Planning for a 'Reborn Mainframe' Scenario?

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Microsoft's recent acquisition of Calista Technologies and Kidaro could suggest this, according to analyst Rob Helm.

Microsoft Buys Kidaro and Desktop Virtualization Position

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Microsoft is playing virtualization catch up against Linux vendors SUSE and Red Hat and market leader VMware but adding the tools to pick up the pace.

VMware's New Campus Overlooks EMC

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There is nary a reference to parent EMC at VMware's new Palo Alto campus.

Checking Virtual Viability

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Here are some steps to consider when deploying a virtual world.

Doing Business in the Virtual World

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It may be too soon to fire up your CEO's avatar, but the 3-D Internet holds plenty of potential.

VMware VI3 Improves the Virtual Environment

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Review: VMware enhances its VI platform, but there are some disappointments.

VMware ESX 3i: Too Little? Too Late?

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It was more than past time for VMware to pay attention to the small and midsize businesses, but with free and open-source alternatives already in play, is this a case of too little and too late?

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