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Will Amazon.coms Growth Strategy Work?

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For the first time in its eight-year history, Amazon.com posted a profitable quarter that wasn't driven by holiday shopping. But to keep growing, Amazon will need to wield more clout offline. Here's a look at its untested strategy to offer back-end online

Banking on the Grid

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IBM expands its grid computing offerings to the financial services industry through partnerships with SAS and DataSynapse.

Its Out There

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The Kitty seeks the real "nitty-griddy."

The Grid Challenge

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Concept holds potential, but much work remains.

Of Mondo Servers, Grids

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Oracle grid system designed for flexibility.

Oracle Touts Grid Computing

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Oracle says it's no stranger to grid technology, as the company prepares to deliver grid extensions to its database and application server platform.

Veritas Unveils Cluster System for Oracle RAC

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Release marks industry's first cluster file system for the HP-UX 11i platform, according to Veritas officials.

Oracle 10G Geared for the Grid

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The update to Oracle's flagship database-to be unveiled next month-is designed for use on computer grids, giving users integrated messaging, heightened scalability and speed, and self-storage management capabilities.

IBMs Websphere Gets Grid Features

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Grid lets customers tap idle resources.

Grid Computing Edges Into the Mainstream

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The Globus Project's Globus Toolkit 3.0 melds the worlds of grid computing and Web services and helps bring grid computing into more mainstream, commercial applications.

Stanford Cluster to Bridge Sciences

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Stanford University is using supercomputer clusters as a way to bridge the once-isolated disciplines of physics, biology and engineering.

Retooling for Development

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Salesforce.com's Sforce offers Web services links.

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