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Home Depots IT Makeover

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Opinion: Home Depot gives its merchandising system a new look.

Supercomputers Keep Pace

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Industry-standard technology continues to change the face of high-performance computing, making supercomputers more affordable not only for research institutions and federal agencies, but also for enterprises.

IBM Takes Virtualization to DB2 Viper

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IBM is building the Information Virtualization Server to enable customers to change data sources or rules that govern data without affecting applications. The server will be part of IBM's Information Management portfolio and will plug into the company's u

AMD Shoots for Quad Cores

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AMD aims to use quad-core processors as one way to keep headed toward its goals of growing and snatching market share from Intel, its larger rival.

Sun Claims UltraSPARC T1 CPU Speedy, Eco-Friendly

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Sun Microsystems introduces its "Niagara" multithreading CPU, claiming it is not only fast but uses less than half the power of comparable Intel and IBM server chips.

Sun, AMD Land Their Largest Supercomputer Deal

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Sun will deliver an AMD-powered, grid-based megasystem that will become Japan's largest supercomputer.

Microsoft Memos Reveal On-Demand Anxiety

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Opinion: Memos from Bill Gates and Ray Ozzie show just how much Microsoft is worried about catching up with the on-demand software services wave before it passes them by.

Ozzie Memo Strives to Show Microsofts On-Demand Vision

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Updated: Microsoft releases internal memos from Bill Gates and CTO Ray Ozzie to show that the company is developing a wide-ranging strategy that can respond to the opportunties and challenges of software as a se

Sun Scores First Big Grid Computing Deal

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High-performance computing provider VCC has bought the right to use more than 1 million hours of Sun Grid CPUs.

IBMs N5000 Series Targets Midrange

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The company's second major technology rollout from its partnership with NetApp is primarily suited for small data centers and remote regional offices.

HP Attempts to Flatten the Bumps on the Road to Virtualization

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Q&A: HP's czar of virtualization agrees that the complexities of managing a burgeoning number of virtual machines can offset savings on resource utilization.

Data Goes the Distance with WANs

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Disaster recovery and business continuity are becoming priority projects for IT departments. However, managers need to do their homework before diving into the busy WAN replication market.

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