1eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007
Summer excitement is usually reserved for pop stars and their mega-hits, but the tech industry also created some buzz during the summer of 2007. Here is a sampling of new products and companies that eWEEK editors think made the hit parade.
2eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Blitzkrieg Bop
Petko D. Petkov, aka pdp, founder of and leading contributor to GNUCITIZEN, a self-described creative hacker organization.
Petkov found a bug in QuickTime that can be used to hijack Firefox and Internet Explorer; a simple method of lo
3eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – With a Little Help from My Friends
JobFox.com, from the creator of CareerBuilder.com, aspires to address shortcomings of other job boards, which seem to send resumes into a cyberspace abyss with little feedback to the people sending them out, focusing on candidates more than job listings.
4eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Thin Lizzy
VMwares ESX 3i is the first hypervisor embedded in hardware. And it’s a coup for VMware that it got all the major vendors to agree to do this. It is also thin, at 32MB, making it easier to manage than competing products. One analyst said that those two f
5eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Virtual Insanity
What is there left to virtualize? I/O is what. Xsigo, which counts venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers founder Ray Lane among its backers, claims I/O is the next bottleneck in the network to be tackled. The company is launching at a time
6eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – New Boss Same as the Old Boss
SAP finally launched its on-demand Business ByDemand suite. The suite includes an on-demand, integrated ERP to enable native process roundabouts; a model-driven architecture so that developers can make changes to the model rather than the code; in-memory
7eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Life in the Fast Lane
AMD and Intel each launched products aimed at the high end of the server space, specifically for MP (multiprocessor) systems. AMD’s quad-core Opteron processors and Intel’s ‘Caneland’ platform—which includes the quad-core Xeon 7300 processor and the
8eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Back 2 Good
NECs new radical design grid system with built-in deduplication at any level and virtually unlimited capacity is pretty remarkable. This is the industrys first disk-based storage platform that can manage backup and archive data at the same time.
9eWEEK Presents: Greatest Hits of Summer 2007 – Even Flow
Fledgling startup Anagran wants to turn the way routing is done on its head. Instead of routing packets, the company, which boasts Internet godfather Larry Roberts as one of its founders, has developed a technique for routing traffic flows, allowing the r
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