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Sun Grid Utility Aimed at MS Word Docs

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Sun Microsystems is starting a new grid utility service that unlocks the data stored in Microsoft Word documents and converts it into Open Document Format files that can be used by the StarOffice and OpenOffice desktop suites.

IBM Gives Servers a 10G Boost

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IBM teams with Neterion to bring 10 Gigabit Ethernet technology to its xSeries servers.

Microsoft Live Era Meets Dead Air

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Reporter's Notebook: Microsoft's new set of online platforms can be described as a yawn. What the company showed was that it is embracing a new services model, though not totally.

Skeptical IT Execs Poke at the Tender Underbelly of Open Source

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Reporter's Notebook: A panel of IT execs faces off with startups at the Open Source Business Conference to discuss their wares with respect to third-party certifications, proprietary lock-in and more.

Intel Unveils Four-Way Processor

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The new Xeon 7000 Series, formerly codenamed "Paxville MP," is the first to ship with Intel's chip-level virtualization technology.

Cutting-Edge Performance Drives Chip Makers

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A barrage of multicore chips and virtualization technology is due in 2006.

Licensing Gets with the Open-Source Program

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Opinion: Vendors are starting to acknowledge client diversity and server virtualization with new licensing models.

Oracle Cracks the Whip with Enterprise Manager 10g R2

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The update to Enterprise Manager targets the pain points of service levels and measuring whether IT is helping or hindering the business.

Red Hat Wants Xen in Linux Kernel

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After previous efforts failed, Red Hat is stepping forward to get Xen virtualization technology included in the Linux kernel as quickly as possible.

Sun Extends Support for Java Platforms

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Java Desktop System is now supported on all the main Linux distributions, while Java Enterprise Systems has support on Solaris, Linux, HP-UX and Windows 2000.

AMD Invites Developers to Pacifica

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The chipmaker discussed the specifics of its Pacifica Virtualization technology for the first time publicly at the Processor Forum.

Itanium: What, Me Worry?

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Intel has pushed back the launch of its latest Itanium chip. It's a move analysts say could be just a bump in the road for the processor. Meanwhile, Intel is swapping off future Xeons.

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