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HPC Tech Trickle-Down

Tom Foremski of ZDNet posted an overview and evaluation of an article [really blog post] from Irving Wladawsky-Berger, former chief strategist at IBM.  For my next trick, I shall attempt to write an evaluation of Tom’s evaluation.  Given the recent buzz about the SC09 show floor, there h...
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Dell Acquires SMB Systems Babysitter Kace

Fills Perot gaps Dell says it will purchase Kace Networks, a maker of systems management appliances, which the vendor hopes will reel in more midsize business sales.…...
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10 Virtualization Companies to Watch in 2010

Storage, recovery and monitoring applications are becoming increasingly important to enterprise customers as they embark—or expand—on their datacenter virtualization projects.
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Ksplice Debuts Zero Downtime Service for Linux

Ksplice officially launched its no-reboot patching service for Linux servers.
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Wind River Hypervisor Rev'd for New Intel Chips

Wind River released a new version of its Linux-compatible embedded virtualization software for single and multi-core processors. Wind River Hypervisor 1.1 adds support for Intel Nehalem and Core i5/i7 processors, enables new inter-virtual machine communications, and debuts virtual board debugging v...
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