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ARM Ports Linux KVM To AArch64/ARM64

Last year ARM Holdings published ARM KVM virtualization support. This support was for ARMv7 hardware using the ARM Cortex-A15 since it's the first 32-bit ARM processor to support hardware virtualization. Ahead of the debut of any 64-bit ARM (AArch64) hardware, KVM has now been ported to ARM64...

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IBM Leads Server Race, Cisco Breaks Top 5

The most notable server battle was in the No. 4 position. Oracle's market share slide continued and Cisco edged into a statistical tie. IDC noted that this quarter was the first time Cisco broke into the top 5.

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ARM Cortex-A15 Compiler Optimizations

The latest in our series of ARM Linux benchmarking is looking at the impact of GCC compiler optimizations on the ARM Cortex A15-based Samsung Exynos 5 Dual.

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Mandriva Unveils the Mandriva Business Server, Its New Enterprise Platform

Mandriva S.A. introduces the Mandriva Business Server, its new server offering for professionnal customers. Mandriva Business Server is a versatile and full-featured server solution for the private and public sector customers who seek to maximize their I.T. Investment : intranet set-up, documents storage and back-up, users management, instant messaging, website deployment, file access and sharing… 

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X.Org Server 1.14 Is Being Readied For Release Soon

The second release candidate of X.Org Server 1.14 is now available ahead of the official release in a few weeks time.

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