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Analysts: EMC Migration Program Wont Reshape Market

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They say that while EMC's "Safe Switch" program will influence some customers to abandon Veritas storage products, it's mostly "a reason ... to have a conversation with a customer."

Globus Consortium Guides Grids

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Opinion: Industry group will tackle enterprise demands for reliability, manageability, and openness.

MPC Aims NetFrame 4620 at Midmarket

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MPC Computers is targeting government and midmarket customers with its newest NetFrame server, the dual-processor 4620.

Oracle Lite 10g Mobilizes Data

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Oracle's Database Lite 10g enables data on mobile devices to be updated even when the server is down.

Oracle Ships 10g for Mac OS X

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Oracle quietly began shipping Oracle Database 10g and Oracle JDeveloper 10g for the Mac OS X Server in late December.

Grids Can Be Great

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Opinion: If vendors make systems secure, reliable and capable of dealing with heterogeneity, grid computing might live up to the hype.

Grid Computing 101

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Microsoft will have its hands full with its Bigtop grid computing as it challenges technologies with years of history and powerful supporters.

Does Microsofts Bigtop Plan Hint at New Direction?

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Opinion: I'd like to think the company's future grid-computing operating system is a reflection of Microsoft's desire to do something really new and different for its customers.

A Peek Under Microsofts Secret Bigtop

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Microsoft's skunk-works distributed-computing project will likely debut as a grid-computing platform. But don't expect to see tangibles for a couple more years.

Analysts Upbeat on EMCs Smarts Buy

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EMC's latest tech acquisition could make the vendor's SAN management software the top of the heap, analysts say. The move could spark a software buying spree among competitors.

IBM Gains Support for BladeCenter Spec

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The company says it has signed up more than 110 companies to build technologies to the open specification for its BladeCenter systems.

IBM Storage Bricks Build Toward Petabyte Level

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The company shows off a prototype of a water-cooled, modular, mass storage system called Collective Intelligent Bricks aimed at making the assembly and maintenance of terabyte- and even petabyte-capacity storage systems less complex.

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