Servers News & Reviews - Page 612

More Servers News

Sun Easing JCP Licensing Rules

|
Company addressing Apache Software Foundation's issues, saying changes are now in the works.

IBM, SuSE Form Linux Services Alliance

|
IBM and SuSE Linux have joined forces to provide Linux support and services to their combined global client base.

Red Hat Rolls Out Advanced Server

|
Red Hat users and officials claim Advanced Server takes Red Hat Linux deeper into the enterprise than ever before.

IBM to Open Linux Testing Lab for Telcos

|
New lab is built for the telecommunications industry's testing of Linux.

Linux on Big Iron

|
Open-source operating system making itself at home even on large servers.

Red Hat Serves Enterprise

|
Company to roll out Advanced Server, its first Linux product designed for high-end environments.

Software Maker Says Microsoft Settlement Wont Help

|
Red Hat Inc. Chief Technology Officer Michael Tiemann testified OEMs need more protections from retaliatory actions by Microsoft than offered in the proposed settlement

Red Hat CTO: Microsoft Quashed Interest in Linux

|
Red Hat CTO Michael Tiemann testified that pressure from Microsoft Corp. kept computer makers from bundling Linux on their desktops and serves.

HP/Compaq Linux Businesses a Good Fit

|
Neither Hewlett-Packard Co. nor Compaq Computer Corp. officials expect any significant shift in their Linux strategies.

SuSE Linux 8 to Make April Splash

|
Linux technology and solutions-based provider SuSE said on Wednesday that its latest Linux operating system and applications package, SuSE Linux 8.0, will be broadly available for purchase on April 22.

Sun Touts Linux Strategy

|
Sun Microsystems Inc. on Monday reiterated its commitment to expand Linux across its product line and again voiced the huge opportunities that exist for the company in edge computing.

Enterprise Tech Videos