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Virtual Iron Tool Creates Virtual Scalable System

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Virtual Iron VFe creates virtual building blocks between servers, enabling administrators to partition the virtual system into increments as small as a fraction of a server to large multiple-processor systems.

Emics Open-Source Clustering Takes On Java

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Emic Networks adds JSP and J2EE application server support to its Application Clustering platform and makes elements of its LAMP/LAMJ bundle available as stand-alone products.

Grid Computing Takes the Linux Route

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Updated: Opinion: Why do we need yet another grid outfit? Because the open-source model promoted by the newly formed Globus Consortium is a smart one to follow.

GlobusWorld Struggles with Growing Pains

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Reporter's Notebook: While the conference devoted to open-source grid computing is still populated largely by scientific and academic grid gurus, commercial interests are banging at the door.

GlobusWorld Promises New Horizons in Grid

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The soon-to-be-launched Globus Toolkit 4.0 brings improved Web services implementation to open-source grid computing.

Egenera Fine-Tunes Blade Servers

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Egenera expands the capabilities of its blade servers with greater virtualization and management functionality.

Gateway Ramps Up Two-Way Scalability in Servers

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Gateway is refreshing its line of two-way servers, consolidating four systems into three and making the new servers more scalable.

Sun, Archipelago Team Up to Trade CPU Cycles

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Sun and the Archipelago Exchange, an all-electronic stock exchange, jointly announced that the companies plan to build an online CPU usage cycle exchange.

Grid (Still) Muddies the Licensing Waters

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Opinion: Vendors should follow the chip design industry's lead and create new licensing schemes to deal with the variable usage patterns of grid computing.

New HP Software Boosts Business Continuity

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Three new applications from Hewlett-Packard are designed to protect midrange storage arrays by failing over the entire server cluster.

Sun Stakes Future on Grid Computing

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Sun presses forward to become a dominant low-cost provider of grid computing services before IBM or Dell wakes up to the challenge.

Enterprises Seek Direction on Utility Computing Front

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Enterprises need help managing the commodity hardware and software that underpin utility computing before the model can reach its potential, panelists say at a Linux conference.

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