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HP Gains on IBM in Server Revenue

IDC finds that while HP and IBM continued to battle it out, worldwide server revenues hit $54 billion in 2007, the highest since 2001.

Microsoft to Pursue 'Democratization' of Server Virtualization

CEO Steve Ballmer says management tools and low prices will help propel virtualization into the mainstream.

HP, Dell Add Virtualization Options

The two vendors will embed VMware's ESX Server 3i product throughout their server portfolios.

Hyper-V Delay May Slow Windows Server 2008 Adoption

The final version of Microsoft's hypervisor product will be made available as an add-on later in 2008.

IBM Continues Transforming Its Mainframe

With the release of the System z10, IBM is looking to expand the customer base for its mainframe systems.

HP Upgrades Midrange Storage Arrays

The EVA4400 has more capacity, new virtualization features and a lower price.  

VMware Details Lifecycle Management Tool

At its European show, VMware will demo several new products, including a lifecycle management tool for virtual machines.

Novell Acquires PlateSpin for $205M

Consolidation in the virtualization sector continues.

Kace Aims Virtual KBOX at Mid-market

The virtual management appliance runs on VMware servers.

Return on the Green IT Investment

The power needed to run data centers presents a double-whammy: the demand for more power raises costs for the energy, and all of that energy creates heat, which has to be cooled by air conditioning systems, which consume yet more electrical power. Senior executives are noticing, but new research...
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Getting Virtualization Right- SLIDESHOW

In my story about managing virtualization, I recommend some ways that IT managers can tame existing server sprawl. This sprawl can be avoided altogether at companies just beginning or planning a server virtualization if the following steps are taken. By Cameron Sturdevant

10 Factors That Define an Energy-Efficient Data Center SLIDESHOW

According to recent Gartner Group and Environmental Protection Agency reports, the power demands of data centers in the United States have grown by five or more times in the last seven years and are expected to double again by 2011. At the moment, the EPA estimates that data centers account...

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