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Firm Cuts Power Costs Amid Data Center Growth

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Case study: Spectrum mitigates energy concerns with Rackable Systems gear.

Averting An Energy Crisis

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Tech analysis: Power-efficient solutions' value is all relative.

Can DC Power Cut Data Center Costs?

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DC power could save a bundle, but tech managers are just beginning to explore it.

To Host or Not to Host: Is That Microsofts Big Question?

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Microsoft "CRM Live" and "ERP Live" may not take the hosted-application shape that many company watchers, partners and customers expect. Instead, Microsoft may go for business mashups as the crux of its software-as-a-service push.

Sun Grid Open for Business

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Sun President Jonathan Schwartz calls the grid-which anyone with a credit card and a Web browser can access-the world's first on-demand supercomputer.

DoS Attack Brings Down Sun Grid Demo

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A text-to-speech translation application that Sun offered on the public Internet to demonstrate the power of its Grid computing system was quickly brought down by a denial-of-service attack.

RFP: OS Virtualization

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Procuring the best virtualization solution for your organization involves learning everything possible about the capabilities and requirements of the products under consideration, as well as learning about the products' management functionality, support o

Testing Out SVS Virtual Realities

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Analysis: eWEEK Labs has been testing Altiris' Software Virtualization Solution to see how well it keeps house on our test desktops and laptops.

Red Hat Isnt Exhibiting Xen-Ophobia

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Opinion: But maybe it should, as the virtualization technology is still in heavy flux.

SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Platform Goes Virtual

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Novell rolls out "the platform for the open enterprise" at its BrainShare conference, touting its integrated Xen virtualization environment.

Sun to Open Public Portion of Grid

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The public portion of Sun's hosted grid computing service allows anyone with an Internet connection to access thousands of CPUs.

Red Hat Admits Virtual Holdup in Linux Kernel

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The vendor says its attempts to add Xen virtualization technology to the Linux kernel won't bear fruit any time soon.

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