A new study from 451 Research reveals that a slim majority of x86 servers are now virtualized.
Full ARM support lands in latest Linux kernel, as well as new VXLAN Software-Defined Network virtualization support.
Linux and x86 servers are bright spots as the global server market continues to slow down.
The cloud will no longer be confined to just the realm of x86 servers as OpenStack turns two.
HP is moving forward on its plans for a new generation of mission-critical x86 servers, powered by Linux. What does that mean for Unix on Itanium?
HP expands on its Moonshot server vision with a new Gemini chassis that can support both ARM and x86 processors.
The latest global server reports are out from both IDC and Gartner, and despite a few bright spots, overall the news isn't good.
Oracle continues to invest in the abundant x86 intellectual property it inherited from Sun Microsystems, and with its latest x86 server releases the company is positioning them even more prominently.
Virtualization technologies are not a new, in fact mainframes and non-x86 operating systems have been virtualized for a long time.
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Server technology is at a crossroads as x86 performance threatens high-end RISC/Itanium dominance.
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The new System x3620 M3 Express runs on Intel's latest Xeon multicore processors and is optimized for storage-intensive workloads.
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HP ProLiant G7 servers with AMD Opteron 6100 Series processors deliver more value, rapid return on investment
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PAN Manager is no longer limited to managing the computing resources in a single chassis.
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New muticore x86 chips make per socket software licensing seem like a good deal.
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As x86 servers increasingly dominate the landscape, is there room for RISC? Absolutely, says one prominent analyst.
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A report from Broadpoint makes the argument that both chip makers will do better than expected because x86 server sales are poised to take off. No doubt IBM, HP and Dell are hoping that's the case.
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IBM has returned to the world of x86 server innovation with eX5 line.
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From chip manufacturers to operating system vendors to virtualization software providers, everyone offers features to optimize memory capacity.
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The high-end x86 blitz is not expected to revive or further hinder already declining Unix server sales.
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Few technologies last 30 years, let alone become more dominant with each passing one, but the x86 architecture has done just that.
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