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Open source cloud platform now has open source configuration options.
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Cisco rolls out the third generation of its server platform with new unified management capabilities.
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SUSE moves to forward port new features to enterprise Linux server.
More power and manageability take center stage in major Dell server refresh.
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Open source cloud computing platform gets a new on-ramp with TryStack effort.
HP is launching a massive new effort to help control a new generation of servers.
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