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Red Hat Revenues Power Forward in 2015
Red Hat CEO still sees share growth coming from Unix and Windows server migration as well as recent acquisitions.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Finally Hits the Big Time
After three years, RHEL 7 is now GA, but that doesn't mean RHEL users failed to benefit from features updates for RHEL 6.

Oracle Launches New x86 Servers
The Intel-powered X4-4 and X4-8 include Oracle's elastic computing capabilities to dynamically adapt to workload needs.

Lenovo Launches ThinkServer RS140 for SMBs
The new system, powered by Intel chips and small enough to fit in closets, comes as Lenovo works to close the deal for IBM's x86 server business.

HP Brings Liquid Cooling to Apollo High-Performance Server Portfolio
New Apollo portfolio of servers announced as well as expanded converged systems offerings.

Cisco Gains as Global Server Market Continues Decline
While the overall global server market is seeing a revenue decline, IDC suggests that's not the full picture.

The Cloud Takes Over TechEd
The latest and most significant virtualization news at TechEd North America was actually a cloud announcement. Bet you wouldn't have predicted that a few years ago.

Cavium ARMs New Server Chips
New ThunderX System-on-a-Chip processor debuts as Cavium expands collaboration with Linux distributions.

HP, IBM Lead Weak Worldwide Server Market
Worldwide server market leader HP ended the quarter with $2.9 billion in revenue, for a total share of 25.5 percent worldwide, down 2.3 percent from a year earlier.

VMware Log Insight 2.0 Delivers Server Virtualization Visibility
VMware updates its log visibility tool with improved connectivity for Windows Servers.

Nvidia CEO: Tegra K1 ARM Chip May Be Used in Microservers
Jen-Hsun Huang says the mobile chip, which was introduced at CES in January, is generating some interest from server makers.

Ubuntu Orange Box Mobilizes OpenStack Clouds [VIDEO]
At the OpenStack Summit Ubuntu demonstrates a portable cloud solution as well as the first 64-bit ARM server running OpenStack.

HP Invests $1B in OpenStack Cloud, Rebrands Cloud OS as Helion
Hewlett-Packard renews its OpenStack commitment with a $1 billion, two-year investment in R&D and its new Helion cloud platform initiative.

HP Joins Foxconn for Cloud Servers
New servers set to complement the existing HP ProLiant server platform.

Oracle Embraces OpenStack in Solaris 11.2
Latest version of Oracle's Unix operating system provides cloud, SDN and traditional operating system enhancements.

HP Improves HP-UX Operating System and NonStop Hardware
HP-UX 11i v3 Update 13 Improves Unix  and debuts new NonStop Server platforms

IBM Launches Power 8 Servers with a Strong Linux Focus
IBM adds KVM virtualization and Ubuntu as a supported Linux distribution, while taking aim at Intel x86.

VMware Sees Continued Growth Opportunity in the Cloud
VMware reports first quarter fiscal 2014 revenue at $1.36 as Software Defined Data Center vision grows.

AMD to Launch ARM-Based Opteron Server Chip in Late 2014
The company has begun sampling its "Seattle" SoC, a key part of its "ambidextrous computing" effort.

IBM Gearing Up for New Power8 Servers
IBM's first quarter 2014 results show a continued decline in hardware revenue, but Big Blue has a plan and new technology in the works.

AMD Demos x86 APU Server Running Fedora Linux
The chip maker is looking to show the strength of the software ecosystem around heterogeneous computing processing.

Microsoft Says Azure Cloud Services Safe From Heartbleed SSL Flaw
The company assures users Azure is immune to the OpenSSL flaw that affects much of the Internet. Customers running Linux images should remain on alert.

VMware Extends Cloud Desktop Horizon
Horizon 6 launch takes direct aim at Citrix by enabling enterprises with new virtual desktop capabilities.

Lenovo Deal for IBM's Servers Getting Close U.S. Scrutiny
Government officials reportedly are worried that buying servers from a Chinese company may endanger national security.

Linux 3.14 Stabilizes ZRAM, Reduces Buffer Bloat
The new Linux kernel includes improved memory compression, scheduling and networking capabilities.

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