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Girding for Grid Battle

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Globus Project's Ian Foster strives to keep grid technologies open, assesses impact on web services.

Grids Make Enterprise Play

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Big-name companies back grids, but are they ready for the enterprise?

The Power in Grid Computing, Numbers

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I don't recall CEOs crediting the economy for their companies' successes in the late '90s.

Grid Technical Challenges Daunting

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Promises performance and cost savings-but, oh, the details...

Software Makers Defend Their Turf

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Cable & Wireless, Informatica and Compuware go to court to protect their intellectual property.

Akamai-Speedera Feud Escalates

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The legal and marketing battle between the two content delivery network providers is expected to escalate next week as Speedera plans to announce new contract wins with former Akamai customers.

Sun Heats Up the Grid-iron

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Sun will announce Thursday Enterprise Grid Software that takes into account segmentation of computing power, over priority.

Autodesk CFO Jumps to Salesforce.com

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Steve Cakebread in early June will become the chief financial officer of hosted CRM applications Salesforce.com, a position he currently holds at Autodesk.

IBM Backs Renewed Grid Efforts

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IBM and other vendors and research organizations are working on a system that will make computing more efficient and more accessible for users.

Energy Agency Puts Data On A Mega-Grid

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IBM and the Department of Energy are building a nationwide computer grid that ultimately will process more than 10 trillion calculations per second and storing massive amounts of data.

Salesforce.com Adds Complex Sales Features

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The integration of Cybrant technology will enable Salesforce.com hosted software customers to access more advanced sales capabilities including quoting, pricing, configuration, and guided selling.

Microsoft Brings .Net to Grid Computing

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Late last month, Sun Microsystems Inc. and IBM announced initiatives to meld grid computing technology with their Web services. Now Microsoft Corp. has joined the ranks of major vendors supporting grid computing as the next step toward delivering Web serv

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