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Intel Activates Xeon Virtualization Tech

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Updated: Users can now take advantage of the virtualization capabilities in their Xeon-powered servers.

VMware Server Goes Free, but Not Open

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VMWare's new, beta Server is now available to run virtual machines on both Linux and Windows server systems at no cost. (Linux-Watch.com)

Security May Dog Software as a Service

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Software is quickly becoming an Internet service, and that is raising concerns about security. Will security weaknesses derail large-scale enterprise adoption?

Try Some Virtualization, Its Free

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The company's free enterprise-level virtualization tool, VMware Server, builds on the success of VMware Player to introduce users to the technology.

Sun Ups Workstation, Grid Ante

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Sun rolls out three new workstations with the Solaris 10 operating system preloaded. Two of the workstations also come with Sun's N1 grid software.

ClearCube, DataSynapse Team on Grid Computing

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The companies will combine DataSynapse's software with ClearCube's PC blade platform to bring a new grid platform to the financial services industry.

NSI Software to Roll Out Double-Take for Virtual Systems

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Double-Take for Virtual Systems is targeted at increasing usage and deployment of virtualization technology.

IBM Acquires Virtualization Software Company CIMS Lab

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IBM plans to spread the CIMS Lab technology throughout much of its hardware and management software portfolio.

Law Firm Locks Down E-Mail Storage

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Case Study: A top law firm fights overburdened inboxes with help from EMC.

Virtual Iron Joins Suns Partner Program

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The virtualization vendor is working with Sun to optimize its software, which will now support the Opteron-based "Galaxy" systems.

CA to Resell StoreAge Virtualization

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CA's reseller agreement with StoreAge will allow CA to roll out hardware agnostic data space allocation capabilities for servers and storage devices.

DataSynapse Grid-Enables Informaticas Data Integration

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DataSynapse is gluing its GridServer grid software into Informatica's PowerCenter data integration platform so that customers can scale data integration across pooled resources.

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