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Oracle Backs Linux with File System Release

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Oracle is releasing its Cluster File System Release 2 to the open-source community to demonstrate its support for Linux, even as it prospers as a producer of proprietary software products.

Red Hat, HP Partner to Bring Linux to BladeSystem

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Hewlett-Packard and Red Hat are working to simplify blade deployment with an all-in-one software bundle for RHEL and the HP BladeSystem environment.

Overland Buys Zetta as Part of Ongoing Overhaul

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Zetta's technology will handle all of the failover, replication, snapshotting and virtualization that will be built into the forthcoming Protection OS.

Building the IT Stack We Really Want

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Opinion: Solidcore Systems and Virtual Iron help operators run controlled code on managed hardware.

Tool Girds Grid for Enterprise

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Platform Computing's EGO maximizes computing powers and resources.

Mainframes: Dinosaurs Reborn?

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Opinion: Mainframes look healthy and alive and-most important-are still pointing the way toward which computing should be headed.

SugarCRM Sweetens CRM Suite with Oracle 9i, MySQL Support

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The new version of Sugar Suite also offers an offline client, advanced reporting tools and a module loader.

Avaya Rolls Out Speech Tools

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Avaya will kick off the SpeechTek conference in New York this week with the launch of the company's new IP-based speech self-service software.

WebEx Expands Collaboration Line with Intranets.com Buyout

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WebEx spends $45 million to acquire privately owned Intranets.com, which markets online business collaboration applications, including document sharing, group scheduling and discussion forums.

Can Salesforce.com Grow Beyond Its CRM Niche?

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Opinion: An analyst report by Summit Strategies sets impossibly lofty goals for Salesforce.com when it says the CRM company can become the "Microsoft of the on-demand world."

IBM Sees Future in Enterprise Collaboration

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With the high-performing z9 mainframe, an upgraded Virtualization Engine, and the launch of a BladeCenter development community, IBM continues its move into the "on-demand environment."

ARX 2.0 Bolsters Virtualization

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Acopia Networks is adding the ability to build high-performance file server clusters and distributed storage grids to its ARX family of file switches.

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