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Red Hat Wants Xen in Linux Kernel

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After previous efforts failed, Red Hat is stepping forward to get Xen virtualization technology included in the Linux kernel as quickly as possible.

Sun Extends Support for Java Platforms

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Java Desktop System is now supported on all the main Linux distributions, while Java Enterprise Systems has support on Solaris, Linux, HP-UX and Windows 2000.

AMD Invites Developers to Pacifica

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The chipmaker discussed the specifics of its Pacifica Virtualization technology for the first time publicly at the Processor Forum.

Itanium: What, Me Worry?

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Intel has pushed back the launch of its latest Itanium chip. It's a move analysts say could be just a bump in the road for the processor. Meanwhile, Intel is swapping off future Xeons.

Storage Vendors Embrace Continuous Data Protection

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As part of a redoubled effort by hardware vendors to help customers save money and storage space, EMC and others are launching new software and appliances that offer continuous data protection.

Servers Travel Back in Time with Symantec

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Tech Analysis: Version 6.0 of Symantec's LiveState Recovery Advanced Server Suite can bring corrupted servers back from the dead, but its Restore Anywhere feature adds a nifty twist.

Airline Flies With Hybrid IT Plan

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Opinion: After America West acquired US Airways, the two companies had to figure out a way to combine their reservation systems. A combination of outsourcing and 'insourcing' was the answer.

VMWare Player Showcases New Virtual Realities

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By building this application and making it available for free as if it were Macromedia's Flash Player or Adobe's Reader, VMWare is defending and expanding the market leadership position it has attained in the hot field of virtualization.

IBM, VMware Launch Hosted Client Infrastructure

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Centrally located blade servers running VMware's virtual machine technology will house critical components and data, which desktop users can access from a desktop device via Citrix's Presentation Server.

Azul Adds Utility Pricing Capability to Appliances

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Maker of massive data center appliances also opens UK branch to serve the European market.

3PAR Combines Server Storage, VMware for Flexible Provisioning

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The pay-as-you go model allowed by the new server product bundle offers users increased speed and efficiency.

BMC Begins Virtual Initiative

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BMC Software this week at VMworld in Las Vegas will finally weigh in as a late entrant in the virtualization race with a full range of automated provisioning and control offerings.

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