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Oracle Database Lite Dials Up Symbian OS

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New Database Lite 10g Release 2 will support Symbian OSTM, an OS running on more than 39 million data-enabled mobile phones.

Borland Plans to Support MS LINQ in Delphi Platform

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The software company will work to allow developers in its Delphi environment to use Microsoft's integrated querying extension.

Reinventing Enterprise Techology

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Academic and commercial research communities are addressing system and data challenges with innovations on every level of enterprise stack. What are the current theories in academic papers that will make their way into your data center?

Apple Servers Drive New EU Supercomputer

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Updated: A distributed supercomputer is coming to the EU, and the high-performance cluster will be based on the Apple Xserve and Xserve RAID storage systems, says startup Omneta.

Disaster Jumpstarts Network Reevaluation

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News Analysis: Throughput must keep pace with surging, unpredictable data demands.

Tech Community Steps Up in Wake of Katrina

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News Analysis: Companies and indivuals are donating time, money and resources to Gulf Coast residents and companies in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Zend Releases Upgrade to PHP Web Platform

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The new upgrade, called Zend Platform 2, will be able to handle higher-end workloads in critical apps through the use of session clustering.

3Par, OnStor Develop Unique Twist on SAN/NAS Services

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The pair's UtiliCat unified storage offering provides both storage area network and network-attached storage services.

Donations Overwhelm Red Cross Staff, Site

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Upgrading online donation capacity in the wake of a disaster is par for the course for the Red Cross, but the overwhelming amount of donations after Hurricane Katrina nearly crippled their infrastructure.

MPC Rolls Out New Four-Way Server

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MPC Computers is rolling out a server that offers enterprise features such as redundant power supplies and fans and software that can manage all resources within an IT environment.

New Oracle App Server Targets SOAs

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Oracle Application Server 10g Release 3 features support for service-oriented architectures and a variety of middleware components, as well as enhanced security and key Java and Web services standards.

Siebel Denies Early Demise of CRM OnDemand

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Siebel Systems and analysts discount predictions that Oracle will rapidly phase out its OnDemand CRM product just because it runs on DB2, WebSphere and was developed in partnership with IBM.

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