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Oracle Server Business Missing in Action

Fans of the old Sun Microsystems may be wondering how the server business is doing at Oracle some three years after the acquisition. Over at GigaOm, Barb Darrow writes that Oracle’s gamble on hardware just isn’t paying off. Here’s the problem, since it entered the hardware business, Oracle hasn’t sold enough engineered systems to make up for...

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X.org releases X Server 1.14

The new X Server offers performance improvements and code modifications that will be used by GNOME 3.8. Ubuntu 13.04 will likely not use the new X Server because AMD's proprietary driver is currently still incompatible...

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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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