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Microsofts Utility Computing Placeholder

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Opinion: Microsoft's entry into utility computing, called Windows 2003 High Performance Computing Edition, is on its way. But don't hold your breath, David Chernicoff says.

The Chip Race Is On Between Intel, IBM

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UPDATED: Intel offers a new take on the enterprise processor market at its developer conference. Is the competition a two-horse race between IBM's Power5 and Intel's IA64 line-or more complicated?

Red Hat Brings Linux to Unisys

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Unisys, breaking with its Microsoft-centric ways, is embracing Linux with a Red Hat partnership.

Waste Management: Waste Not

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By using algorithms and other metrics to change the routes its trucks take, the garbage hauler can save big. (Baseline)

Report: Utility Computing Requires New TCO Approach

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A Yankee Group study says it could be a decade before the computer industry gets the most TCO efficiency out of utility computing, which aims to respond cost-effectively in a constantly changing business environment.

Consolidated Unit Integrates HP Technology

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In an eWEEK interview, HP Executive Vice President Ann Livermore talks about the mission, challenges and expectations for the new Technology Solutions Group.

Can Networks Shoulder New Loads?

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Network monitoring tools can assess readiness for bandwidth-intensive apps.

Fujitsu Beefs Up Utility Computing with New Server

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The company says its new two-way rack server powered by Intel's 64-bit Itanium 2 chip is key to its "Triole" utility computing initiative.

New Apps Let Servers Mind Themselves

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Opsware and SWsoft help companies expand data center automation.

Veritas Acquires Invio for $35 Million

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The storage software maker says it plans to extend Invio's process engine beyond the storage realm.

SWsoft Tool Aims to Ease Virtual Server Management

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Virtuozzo 2.6 comes with new features designed to increase the scalability of virtual machines while making them easier to deploy and manage.

HP Brings Utility Computing to the Client

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Hewlett-Packard will introduce new commercial desktops, workstations and mobile offerings armed with new processing capabilities and added management and security features.

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