Reported at Bloomberg: "International Business Machines Corp. has sold its
1,000th zSeries mainframe computer in what one analyst calls ``a year of resurgence'' for the
refrigerator-size machines known for their reliability.
Some companies are cutting costs by eliminating ``farms'' of smaller server computers that run Web
sites and network printers. Instead, they are installing one mainframe and partitioning it into scores
or even hundreds of ``virtual'' servers running the free Linux operating system."