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Enterprise Opinions on HPC, Survey Results

The Register recently published analysis from a recent reader survey on opinions and attitudes in HPC. El Reg’s readership is mostly (I would guess) from the traditional IT side of the house, so you H...

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Who Is Developing KVM Linux Virtualization? (ServerWatch)

Sean Michael Kerner covers KVM development. "Five years ago, the open source Xen hypervisor was the primary technology that big vendors like IBM and Red Hat were adopting and push...
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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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