IDC sees some positive trends emerging in the server market.
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IBM's General Manager of Power takes aim at Intel and details why openness matter for chip design.
VIDEO: Solomon Hykes explains what's coming next in the open-source Docker container virtualization project.
A new report from IBM stacks up Linux container against KVM virtual machine performance.
Integration with Database and Java development teams leads to new server CPU innovations.
The company, which is investing $1 billion in its cloud initiative, is continuing to grow the services offered under the Helion umbrella.
HP licenses future development of DEC's OpenVMS to a startup that will push the server operating system forward.
The company launches a partner program with ARM, AMD and others to develop a common platform for servers powered by ARM-based chips.
VMware reports second quarter revenue of $1.46 billion, touting the growth of its cloud products.
Microsoft warns data center operators that hanging onto the long-lived server OS is potentially endangering their IT infrastructures.
Beta release sets the stage for next level of innovation in system management.
The Chinese government's anti-monopoly agency approves the $2.3 billion deal, which is still getting reviewed by U.S. regulators.
Red Hat-based CentOS 7 debuts less than a month after the general release of RHEL 7.
CEO Yang Yuanging said that despite U.S. security worries, its $2.3 billion proposal to buy IBM's server business will be approved by regulators.
The country will develop its own ARM-based server processors, with the first chips scheduled to launch in 2015.
Dell announces more new equipment for converged-type infrastructure data centers, including specific new hardware for Oracle Database 12C.
The Tianhe-2 retains the crown as little has changed on the most recent list of the world's top 500 supercomputers.
Red Hat CEO still sees share growth coming from Unix and Windows server migration as well as recent acquisitions.
After three years, RHEL 7 is now GA, but that doesn't mean RHEL users failed to benefit from features updates for RHEL 6.
The Intel-powered X4-4 and X4-8 include Oracle's elastic computing capabilities to dynamically adapt to workload needs.
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.
New Apollo portfolio of servers announced as well as expanded converged systems offerings.
While the overall global server market is seeing a revenue decline, IDC suggests that's not the full picture.
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.
New ThunderX System-on-a-Chip processor debuts as Cavium expands collaboration with Linux distributions.