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HP's 'Extreme' Datacenter Products

New, more efficient, hardware and services are tuned for the most massive of datacenters, where scale has an impact in more ways than one.
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Plugging Away: Automated Text Messaging To Your Cell Phone

Suppose you have a Plug Computer (or any other Linux system) serving up Web pages and you want to make sure the thing is up and running. Wouldn't it be great to get periodic messages about the health of your system, on your cell phone.
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Vyatta Startup Takes on World

Vyatta, a feisty Linux networking startup with attitude, believes the current economic downturn and a confluence of technological shifts will enable it to overcome normally impossible odds of success.

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IBM Entices Sun, HP Customers onto Linux Mainframes (eWeek)

eWeek looks at IBM's efforts to move customers to Linux mainframes. "With enterprises looking to consolidate their data center infrastructures, some are turning to the mainfram...
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Novell Linux Revenues Up 25 Percent Even as Global Server Revenues Plummet

The bad news is that global server revenues are down 25 percent in the last quarter, according to IDC...
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