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After another disappointing year of hardware sales, IBM throws in the towel on its low-end server business.
byhve debuts as the new FreeBSD virtualization hypervisor in the first major update for the server OS since early 2012.
Improved support for Java applications and advanced application health monitoring and high-availability features highlight the new release's enhancements.
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Oracle boosts compute performance and storage capacity in the latest generation of Exa-Class systems.
Red Hat customers can finally get their hands on an early version of the company's next-generation server operating system platform.
New servers debut as HP's AppSystem solutions evolve, including a new Moonshot-powered system for the delivery of hosted desktops.
UNIX continues to decline as Linux rises, according to third quarter 2013 data from IDC and Gartner.
Latest release of SUSE's community Linux distribution packs in new features and benefits from an improved quality assurance process.
After years of development, Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service is now ready for mass consumption as part of Pivotal One.
The open source cloud computing platform isn't just about storage and compute anymore as new services emerge.
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