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AMD Looks to Increase System Memory

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The company's new memory technology will support multicore processing and virtualization.

Power Outage Hits SF Co-location Center, Web sites

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An underground explosion in downtown San Francisco temporarily cuts power to a major hosting facility.

Hungry for Virtualization

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Domino's Pizza turns to VMware to reduce costs and increase security in its data centers.

Hewlett-Packard Adds Virtualization Management Tools

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In addition to expanding the virtualization and management capabilities of its HP-UX operating system, HP is looking to take away some of Sun's Unix business.

3PAR, NetApp Hook Up on New Utility Storage Package

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NetApp's virtualization software will play a key role in supporting 3PAR Utility Storage hardware for consolidated block and file services.

VMware Expands Virtualization Options

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Review: Workstation 6 sports improved operating system and USB 2.0 support.

Jamcracker, XO to Provide On-Demand Services for SMBs

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The companies team up to deliver a suite of collaboration, mobility and security software applications for small and midsize businesses.

EMC Plans On-Demand Storage Offering

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CEO Joe Tucci says the company's planned storage service offering will bring it great opportunities in the SMB space.

Desktop Virtualization Is Starting to Expand

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News Analysis: More companies and their customers are finding new ways to utilize desktop virtualization, which Gartner predicts could start outpacing server virtualization in the coming years.

VMware Adds Linuxs Paravirt-ops Virtualization

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VMware 6 implements native Linux virtualization technologies and improves its overall Linux compatibility. (Linux-Watch)

Solution Providers Rally Around WPF

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With Microsoft's MIX 07 conference looming, vendors and partners show their support for Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation, Microsoft's presentation platform for Web developers and designers.

Red Hat Readying Real-Time Product Release

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Red Hat has decided to later release a separate real-time version of RHEL 5 rather than bundle the technology into RHEL 6, the next version of its enterprise server operating system software.

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