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Oracle Accelerates to the Cloud

Oracle server hardware sales on the rebound, but the real driver of growth is in the cloud.


Tags: Oracle, Cloud, SaaS, earnings, servers, server hardware, PaaS, IaaS, Oracle Exalogic, earnings report

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.


Tags: Cloud, earnings, Red Hat, Linux server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 7, Red Hat 7

VMware Grows as Cloud Services Market Set to Mature

VMware finishes 2013 on a high note as it aims for future growth.


Tags: cloud computing, earnings, cloud service, VMware, VMware vCloud Suite

Intel's New CEO Plots a Course Forward with Atom

Brian Krzanich sees a bright future for Intel's data center server business.


Tags: earnings, Intel, data center, Atom, servers, Intel Atom, Atom Server

VMware Earnings Grows as vRAM Is Removed

VMware executives explain how the new licensing changes for vSphere 5 are being favorably received.


Tags: virtualization, earnings, VMware, software-defined data center, Software-Defined Networking

HP Profit Dives as Whitman Positions for a Turnaround

HP has dug itself a big financial hole, but it's one that new CEO Meg Whitman has a plan to dig out from.


Tags: earnings, HP, Itanium, Integrity

VMware Delivers Real Financial Results for Virtualization Business

VMware had a great year in 2011 and has big plans for growing its business in 2012.


Tags: earnings, server virtualization, VMware

Red Hat Grows Million-Dollar Linux Deals

Red Hat's Linux business continues to grow in the third quarter.


Tags: Linux, JBoss, earnings, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL

Dell Servers, Services Sales Soar

The company credits its strong quarter to a continuing corporate system refresh cycle and surging demand for IT services.
Tags: IT spending, earnings, health care, servers, dell servers

x86 Server Processors Help Deliver Solid Earnings for Intel

The chip giant might do a little better than expected thanks to its new x86 server processors, but there will be no big surprises. After 2009, that's a good thing.
Tags: earnings, Intel, x86 servers, Xeon, Nehalem