The supercomputing giant has discontinued its lower-priced CX line of midrange supercomputers and replaced them with new entry-level configurations of its high-end supercomputers.
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The new ReFS file system, designed for resiliency and optimized for extreme scale, will be introduced as a storage system for Windows 8 Server, but will later be implemented as storage for clients and eventually as a boot volume.
Seeking to reduce the time required to deploy load balancing for enterprise applications, Kemp Technologies has updated its LoadMaster firmware to support pre-configured application templates.
Aiming to help IT organizations make their virtual desktop infrastructure more flexible, VMware has released a "technology preview" of its View client for Mac OS X Lion, and has promised similar previews of clients for Ubuntu Linux and the Kindle Fire in coming weeks.
Flooding in Thailand, one of the centers of hard disk drive manufacture, this monsoon season has caused a severe shortage in hard disks. Organizations may take a better look at thin provisioning, tiering, deduplication and solid state drives as a result.
The third quarter marked the slowest quarterly growth rate for servers worldwide since the first quarter of 2010, according to IDC. Among global vendors, IBM was the big winner, picking up enough share to pull even with HP.
The research firm says worldwide server shipments and revenues were up in the third quarter of 2011, driven primarily by Asia/Pacific and Eastern Europe.
Dubbed Odyssey, it's HP's plan seeks to transform the server landscape for mission-critical computing.
The new version of the Mac OS X may give Apple what it needs to push into the Unix enterprise market, analysts say
Hewlett-Packard Friday said it will offer Sun Microsystems' customers a $25,000 incentive to switch to HP systems running Linux, according to a report in Reuters.
IBM is racing to integrate presence and availability awareness technologies with its latest release of Lotus Notes and Domino 6.5, which ships on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Red Hat this week unleashed the first beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, code-named Taroon.
The new version of Exchange nears general availability as Microsoft ships the integrated collaboration environment to manufacturers.
The venerable operating system reaches the end of its support life-cycle, though Windows NT 4.0 Server still has some borrowed time.
UPDATE: Sun Microsystems moves in to capture IBM's AIX customers by capitalizing on SCO Group's revocation of IBM's Unix license.
Five months after unveiling release 5.0 of the FreeBSD operating system, The FreeBSD Foundation followed up with the release of FreeBSD 5.1 Monday.
Just a little more than a month after Microsoft dished up the official designation of its 'Greenwich' Real-Time Communications Server, the software titan altered the branding to tie it more closely with its Office System line of products.
Eyeing the market of mobile workers that spend little time behind desks, Sendmail is joining forces with Hewlett-Packard and Intel to push a Linux-based mail solution for corporate email infrastructures.
With spam increasingly becoming a significant drain on network resources, Microsoft opens up Exchange Server 2003, allowing partners to integrate antispam components with the server.
Stealing a march on archrival Intel, AMD won the endorsement of Microsoft for its 64-bit chips on servers, as the software giant announces that it is developing a native 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 designed to support AMD's forthcoming Opteron processor.
New ISV program offers benefits to Independent Software Vendors who test and certify their applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux; special perks offered to Oracle partners.
As promised, Red Hat released Red Hat Linux 9 to its Red Hat Network subscribers Monday. The company plans to make the new version of its platform widely available on April 7.
UPDATE: After delaying the product for more than a year and a half, the company ships its new server operating system to manufacturers.
Red Hat plans to skip its traditional intermediate releases and head straight to a release of Red Hat 9 on April 7. Red Hat Network subscribers will get early access to downloads of the latest from the company.
Following on its Unbreakable Linux initiative last June, Oracle extended that commitment to UnitedLinux Thursday.