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Why Are Computer Hardware Vendors Such Snoopy Control-Freak Weirdos?

You think you own your stuff that you paid your own money for? The Sony PS3, the XBox, the Palm Pre? Think again...
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IBM Halves Mainframe Linux Engine Prices

The IBM mainframe may not have a lot of direct competition when it comes to z/OS-based batch and transactional work, but the story is different when it comes to Linux.

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IBM Unwraps Linux-Powered Mainframe Packages

New System z 'Solution Editions' are designed for customers in vertical markets or with specialized needs.
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Understanding MySQL Appliances and Hardware Acceleration

Believe it or not, there are servers specifically designed to run MySQL -- not to mention other hardware that help to accelerate your databases. Here's a look at what's out there.
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IBM Announces POWER7 Upgrade Path

A Power 595 or 570 system upgrade can be accomplished during planned downtime by simply replacing the processors, memory and system controllers with new POWER7 components within the existing system frame.
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