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IBM Growing Server, Mainframe Business
IBM ends its fiscal 2017 on a strong note, with revenue of $22.5B.

How Live Patching Has Improved Xen Virtualization
VIDEO: Lars Kurth details how live patching has helped improve security and what exciting new capabilities have landed in the open-source virtualization technology.

EU Makes EUR 1B Bid to Boost Supercomputer Efforts
ServerWatch: EuroHPC joint undertaking aims to build and deploy High Performance Computing Infrastructure across Europe.

Intel Debuts New Silicon at CES Including 8th Gen Core Processors
Intel arrived at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show with a full slate of announcements and previews of Quantum and Neuromorphic Computing innovations.

Data Center Server Revenues Decline by One Percent in 2017
Synergy Research reports a pullback in server revenues, although other segments of the market like the cloud are growing.

Amazon Linux Moves Beyond the Cloud to On-Premises Deployments
Amazon's Linux distribution gets a major update that un-tethers it from the public cloud.

Linux 2017 in Review: Five New Linux Kernels Debut
2017 was another busy year for Linux kernel developers with five new major milestone releases.

Kubeflow Brings Machine Learning to Kubernetes
New project backed by Google will help make it easier to manage Machine Learning workloads across server clusters running Kubernetes.

Citrix Debuts XenServer 7.3, Removing Some Features from Free Edition
In an effort to help support the growth of its own business, Citrix has made a tough decision.

Why Red Hat Is Bullish on Containers
Red Hat reports third quarter revenue of $748 million as interest in container technologies is set to explode in 2018.

Kubernetes 1.9 Enables Apps Workloads
Final release of container orchestration platform for 2017 introduces the general availability of a powerful set of features for stateful workloads.

Server Revenues Grew to $14.7B in 3Q17
Global server revenue figures for the third quarter of 2017 from analyst firms show many positive trends.

Kubernetes Ecosystem Grows as Cloud Native Computing Foundation Expands
With Kubernetes 1.9 coming soon, momentum continues to grow for the open-source container orchestration system.

IBM Debuts POWER9 Server Systems
Latest generation of IBM's silicon is being initially targeted at Artificial Intelligence workloads.

VMware Grows Earnings as Customers Look at New AWS Option
VMware reported third quarter revenue of $1.98 billion as CEO Pat Gelsinger explains that customers are now looking at both on-premises and in-the-cloud deployment options.

Amazon Web Services Advances Lambda Serverless with New Capabilities
AWS Serverless Application Repository debuts as cloud moves further away from dedicated virtual server instances.

Amazon Web Services Embraces Kubernetes, Debuts Fargate Serverless Containers Service
Months after joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, AWS announces its own managed Kubernetes container service.

VMware Cloud on AWS Set to Enable vMotion Virtual Machine Migration
Nearly three months after VMware Cloud on AWS became generally available, the platform is getting a major expansion.

Containers Are Linux - But What About Windows?
VIDEO: Chris Wright, CTO of Red Hat, discusses the intersection of Windows and Linux containers and how Red Hat now works with Microsoft.

Meg Whitman Leaving HPE After Disappointing Earnings Report
The CEO who oversaw a major transformation at the silicon valley pioneer is set to leave Feb. 1.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7 Gains AWS Service Broker Integration and More
Red Hat adds new extensibility to OpenShift, and it has big plans for the platform in 2018.

China Dominates List of Top 500 SuperComputers as U.S. Summit Looms
The November Top 500 Supercomputer list is out, and while there's no change at the top, 2018 could see a brand new U.S.-based supercomputer top the list.

VMworld 2017 Showcases Server Virtualization Innovation from VMware
Even though it may now be part of the establishment, VMware hasn't gotten dull just yet, with new products and technologies introduced at VMworld 2017 proving the case.

Linux 4.14 Provides Long-Term Support and Larger Memory Limits
Linux is now able to support over 4 Petabytes of physical memory space.

Qualcomm Debuts New ARM Server Chip
The Qualcomm Centriq 2400 is a 10nm server processor that could finally be the chip that makes ARM a player in the data center.

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