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EU Grid Computing Effort Takes on Malaria

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European nuclear agency CERN plans to coordinate a grid of volunteers to run epidemiological simulations of the impact of new malaria treatments.

IBM to Support Xen in x86 Servers, Blades

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Big Blue will extend that support throughout other hardware platforms later.

AppExchange Cleans House for Agency

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Case Study: The Chicago Housing Authority taps Salesforce.com's AppExchange to get a handle on its data.

BMC Looks to Optimize Data Center

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BMC has integrated several acquired technologies to streamline workflow in the data center.

Solaris 10 to Get Xen Support by Mid-2007

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Full support for Xen will first be made available to OpenSolaris within the next four months, and will then be extended to the Sun-supported commercial version of Solaris 10.

Unisys Looks to Unite Intel, Mainframe Systems

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New computing architecture leverages partnership with NEC. New systems will start rolling out in late 2007.

Sentillion Eyes Desktop, VPN Virtualization

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The company looks to use virtualization technology to give businesses an easier and more cost-effective alternative to such traditional methods as VPNs and Web portals.

HP Unveils HPC Blade

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The new offering will be based on the system maker's recently released BladeSystem c-Class enclosure.

IBM Cranks Up Compute Centers Power

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Big Blue will add up to 15 teraflops to its supercomputing capacity-on-demand capabilities, including more Power5+ systems.

Compliance Fuels Security on Demand

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Efforts to combat compliance regulations are being seen as a big reason for the software as a service model being adopted across the security industry.

Egenera Expands Virtualization Features

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PAN Manager 5.0 looks to virtualize all data center resources, not just servers.

VMware Not Resting on Laurels, President Says

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New virtualization suite keeps the company ahead of the competition, president Diane Greene tells analysts.

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