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Articles by Darrell Dunn
posted in October 2004
The company is shipping the open-source database for Linux and Windows to revive its usage.
The vendors rolled out new hardware to provide more options for small and midsize businesses.
Server software won't be licensed according to the number of processor cores.
Solaris 10 tuned for x86, open-source versions of its software, products that interoperate with Microsoft. Will these bold moves convince customers Sun is still a player?
Microsoft and HP invested $50 million in their partnership to accelerate acceptance of .Net.
The company's planned 4-GHz design, already delayed once, will be scrapped in favor of hyperthreading, security, and on-chip memory improvements.
Sun and Valen partner to market insurance software that leverages grid computing's power.
The vendor launches products and services designed to help companies match IT with business.
Microprocessor giant Intel slightly exceeded the lowered third-quarter expectations it had set for itself last month. But growth was inhibited by inventory adjustments at some major customers and lower than expected PC demand.
The vendor says the new offerings reflect customers' growing interest in blade server technology.
Vendor says it's developing standards-based servers in various form factors for the telecom market.
GT Software's products let companies integrate mainframe applications with Web services.
In addition to Intel's Itanium 2 developer tools, the chipmaker now has tools for its Extended Memory 64 Technology.