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Cisco Spearheads Urban Green IT Initiative

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A coalition of global urban planning and IT leaders is preparing a set of best practices for environmental protection that can be used by cities around the world.

SGI Acquires Linux Networx

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The acquisition should help SGI build Linux-based clusters for high-performance computing.

Third Undersea Internet Cable Cut in Middle East

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Disruptions of this kind threaten modern business models.

A Sneak Peek at Future Notes, Domino Features

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Lotus Notes and Domino will leverage increasingly popular widgets and boast new application development perks.

Hosted Storage Saves Silicon Valley Data

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Violent storms in San Francisco prove no match for local and online data backup services.

Panel Tackles Energy, Cooling Issues

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Rising costs and the threat of running out of power capacity are forcing businesses to consider policy changes.

IBM to Deliver Computing Power Under Blue Cloud

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IBM bases its first commercial cloud computing offering on BladeCenter servers and Linux.

10 Things You Should Know About Virtualization SLIDESHOW

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With Citrix's recent XenSource acquisition, a new hypervisor on the way from Microsoft and Oracle now extending its sincere Red Hat flattery to the virtual world, the buzz around server virtualization is louder than ever. Here are 10 things to keep in min

AMD Offers FireStream for HPC

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The fruit of its ATI purchase is a GPU that will work with high-performance computing applications.

Cray to Introduce 2 Supercomputers

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The XT5 supercomputer will support dual- and quad-core Opteron chips; the XT5h will support multiple chip architectures.

IBM Installing First Blue Gene/P Supercomputer in North America

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Argonne National Laboratory will gain 445 teraflops of computing power from the new supercomputer.

Virtual Iron Shuffles Management

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Former EMC and Avamar executive Ed Walsh plans to refocus the company's attack on VMware and others.

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