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IBM Sells Server Business to Lenovo for $2.3 Billion
After another disappointing year of hardware sales, IBM throws in the towel on its low-end server business.

Open Source FreeBSD 10 Takes on Virtualization
byhve debuts as the new FreeBSD virtualization hypervisor in the first major update for the server OS since early 2012.

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3 Gets Real
Red Hat's data center virtualization technology gets a technology infusion from OpenStack.

Intel: The Desktop Is Alive, Data Center Is Thriving
Though the PC market has slowed, Intel's CEO still sees room for future growth as his company reports full year 2013 earnings. The company saw major growth in the cloud and networking.

IBM Adopts Flash DIMMs for New X Series Servers
Big Blue turns up the heat in the enterprise server market with DIMM-based flash tech from a devilish storage partner.

Nginx Plus 2.0 Web Server Debuts with Enterprise-Grade Enhancements
Improved support for Java applications and advanced application health monitoring and high-availability features highlight the new release's enhancements.

Microsoft Releases Linux Integration Services 3.5 for Hyper-V
The software giant continues to court Linux-based workloads with a new driver package that enables support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS 5.5 and 5.6.

Exclusive Research: Server Virtualization Usage Varies by Enterprise Size
Server virtualization is not exactly a one-size-fits-all endeavor at this time, according to new data from QuinStreet Enterprise Research.

Integrated Systems Market Jumps Nearly 70% in Q3 2013
VCE, Cisco/NetApp and EMC top the growing market for converged systems, according to IDC.

Microsoft Buys Land for Massive Data Center Expansion in Quincy, Wash.
Microsoft scooped up an additional 200 acres in the tech giant's native home state halfway between Seattle and Spokane to construct a massive new data center.

Calxeda, Pioneer in ARM Chips for Servers, Shuts Down
Calxeda officials said the company was too early to market, and that its products were not generating enough revenue to keep it afloat.

Oracle Updates Exalogic and Exadata Engineered Systems
Oracle boosts compute performance and storage capacity in the latest generation of Exa-Class systems.

Dell Sets Different Cloud Path Than HP, IBM
At Dell World, the vendor announces partnerships with Red Hat, Microsoft and Google, eschewing building its own public cloud.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server OS Arrives in Beta
Red Hat customers can finally get their hands on an early version of the company's next-generation server operating system platform.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Set to Include Docker Container Virtualization
VIDEO: Brian Stevens, CTO of Red Hat, talks about the next major release of Red Hat's flagship Linux operating system.

HP Advances Its ConvergedSystems Portfolio
New servers debut as HP's AppSystem solutions evolve, including a new Moonshot-powered system for the delivery of hosted desktops.

Server Revenues Continue to Decline in 3Q13
UNIX continues to decline as Linux rises, according to third quarter 2013 data from IDC and Gartner.

Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2013 R2 Released
The software company's desktop virtualization and management suite is updated to support Windows 8.1 and receives file sync improvements.

Opscode, Infochimps Team on 'Cloud for Big Data'
Infochimps uses Opscode's Enterprise Chef to empower its Cloud for Big Data platform.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 Delivers Precision Timing
Red Hat's new enterprise Linux release debuts with new security, virtualization and time-keeping features.

Intel Execs Talk Xeon Phi at Supercomputing Show
The upcoming "Knights Landing" chip will bring significant improvements in performance, memory and interconnect, Intel officials said.

OpenSUSE 13.1 Linux Accelerates Open Source Quality
Latest release of SUSE's community Linux distribution packs in new features and benefits from an improved quality assurance process.

SUSE Linux Goes Long on Support
Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE extends support term length for SLES 11 and builds on its partnership with Microsoft for systems management.

Pivotal Brings Cloud Foundry PaaS into Full Release
After years of development, Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service is now ready for mass consumption as part of Pivotal One.

The Evolution of OpenStack Continues with New Projects
The open source cloud computing platform isn't just about storage and compute anymore as new services emerge.

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