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HPE Building Eagle Supercomputer for U.S. Department of Energy
New system will be used to help study renewable energy.

Linux 4.18 Benefits from Energy-Aware Scheduling on ARM
Longest release cycle this year for the Linux kernel brings some new features.

IBM Debuts POWER9 Servers for the Enterprise
IBM is announcing the new E950 and E980 POWER9 servers, with up to 192 cores of compute power.

VMware Returns to Server Virtualization Roots with vSphere 6.7 Release
VMware hasn't lost sight of its server virtualization roots, as evidenced by the company's new and improved vSphere 6.7.

Intel and AMD Advance Server Fortunes
The two big silicon vendors continue to see demand and growth.

Docker 18.06 CE Debuts Alongside New Release Cadence
Docker Inc is changing the way it handles releases for its community edition in an effort to provide a longer support cycle.

Google Updates Cloud Services for What's Next
At Google Next, Kubernetes comes down from Google's Cloud and is now available to run on-premises.

Google Embraces New Kubernetes Application Standard
Google is bringing commercial Kubernetes applications to its cloud marketplace, but it isn't using Helm charts as the primary method for deployment.

IBM Grows Systems Revenue in 2Q18
Demand continues to be strong for both z mainframes and POWER systems.

Amazon Brings More Power to Cloud Server Instances at AWS Summit
EC2 virtual servers get upgraded with more memory and faster processors.

Red Hat Looks Beyond Docker for Container Technology
Red Hat has been busy leading multiple open-source efforts for managing, creating and deploying containers.

Intel Launches New Xeon E Processors, Expands Silicon with eASIC Acquisition
Intel is aiming both high and low with a pair of new silicon announcements.

Xen 4.11 Improves Server Virtualization with PVH
PVH brings together the best of paravirtualization (PV) and Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) to enable a new era of server virtualization capabilities.

How Kubernetes' Release Process Differs from Other Open Source Projects
The latest Kubernetes release was led by well-known Red Hat open-source leader Josh Berkus, with the 1.12 release set to be led by a VMware engineer.

Top500 Supercomputer List Crowns New U.S. Champ
The United States now holds the number one slot, though China's share overall continues to grow.

ACRN Arrives on the Scene as a Mini Hypervisor for IIoT
It's not yet clear who the major users will be for the hypervisor pronounced "Acorn," but most likely it will be a case of "if you build it, they will come."

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich Resigns
In a surprise move, Intel's CEO has abruptly left the company after violating Intel's company code of conduct.

HPE Doubles Down on Intelligent Edge, Hybrid Cloud and ARM at Discover 2018
At his first HPE Discover as CEO, Antonio Nerri outlines the computing giant's aggressive agenda to help transform IT.

What Is the Intersection of OpenStack and Kubernetes?
VIDEO: Lew Tucker, VP and CTO for Cloud Computing at Cisco, explains where the two open-source infrastructure efforts intersect.

How Docker Is Helping to Save The World (Literally)
At DockerCon 18, the research lead at a NASA project explains how the space agency is using Docker containers in a project now in development called DART.

Docker Defines Itself as the Open Choice for Containers at DockerCon 18
At DockerCon 18, the company that helped start the new container revolution outlines why it still plays a pivotal role.

IBM Unveils Summit, the World's Fastest Supercomputer (For Now)
New supercomputer system is built with IBM Power9 CPUs, NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, Mellanox's InfiniBand and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

2018 Is a Record Year for the Global Server Market (So Far)
Global server revenue hit $18.8 billion for the first quarter of 2018, according to IDC.

Linux 4.17 Arrives with New Kernel Memory Consistency Module
Third new Linux kernel of 2018 is now generally available, and Linus Torvalds foreshadows that Linux 5.0 is coming soon.

CNCF Set to Expand Cloud-Native Project Roster with Container Registry
VIDEO: Chris Aniszczyk, CTO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, provides insight on new projects and technologies that will expand open source cloud efforts.

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