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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in June 2003
New software lets companies create virtual servers on the Intel platform.
Developer makes software to manage delivery and billing of content accessed through handsets.
The PowerEdge 3250 will run dual Itanium 2 processors and will be aimed at the high-performance market.
The technology, still in the labs, may produce a server that you carry in your pocket
Novell rolls out network services on Linux despite ongoing issues with SCO Group.
The company issued a letter stating that SCO Linux customers aren't liable for any actions SCO Group takes against the Linux community.
The league is using Sun's blade-server technology to keep information moving at this weekend's Entry Draft.
The Linux vendor posted a first-quarter profit and expects business to be even better in the second quarter.
The vendor says it's exercising its rights under a 1985 agreement between IBM and AT&T, Unix's original owner.
Its CEO says he's ready to go to the mat with IBM about Unix licensing. Here's what could happen and why.
The emergence of wireless specifications within 802.11 will begin to determine how IT dollars are invested in wireless technology.
CEO Larry Weinbach says his company's new strategy is designed to help companies marry their IT capabilities and business processes.
The vendor has acquired Plesk and Yippi-Yeah E-Business, complementing its work developing server-virtualization software
Vendor hopes to bolster its claims that Linux developers are pilfering code
Chipmaker says revenue in second quarter will top last year's mark.