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I Have Seen the Enemy and It Is Complexity

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Opinion: More complicated isn't necessarily better, so organizations should make sure they know what they're doing before diving into grid computing or Web services.

Multicore CPUs Speed Shift in Software Licensing

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As software licensing grows more complicated with the advent of power multicore processors, enterprise software buyers search for simpler licenses that bring cost savings.

Grids Growing in the Enterprise

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For grids to really take off in the enterprise, the view of data centers needs to shift; rather than viewing the components in silos, determined in large part by the applications they run, enterprises need to take a holistic view of their IT infrastructur

IBM Has Two Fastest Supercomputers

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IBM dominated the Top500 list of the world's fastest computers, released in June at the International Supercomputing Conference.

Sun, Savvis Team on Utility Desktops

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Savvis unveils a new virtualized computing environment that uses Sun Ray thin clients.

IBM Enhances Cluster Lineup

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IBM is bulking up the capabilities of its cluster offerings, adding its newly released opteron-based blade and new interconnect technologies to the lineup.

New 10 Gigabit Ethernet Products Bring HPC to the Enterprise

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Myricom introduces new switches and NICs for compute clusters, grids and data centers, while Level 5 Networks unveils a combination of software and silicon that the company says will increase application performance and bandwidth capabilities in high-perf

HP Boosts Grid Storage Across Linux Clusters

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HP's Scalable File Share 2.0 offers doubled storage capacity and tripled bandwidth, giving increased throughput at a lower price.

EMC Utility Dissects, Monitors MPLS VPNs

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EMC adds greater granularity of discovery, display and diagnostics for Multiprotocol Label Switching-based VPNs in a pair of Smarts MPLS Manager releases

BEA Reaches Out to Wider IT Audience with AquaLogic

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Opinion: With its AquaLogic product line, BEA Systems is reaching out to an influencial new audience, application architects and corporate business strategists, who may keep BEA growing for years to come if they buy into its pitch.

BEA AquaLogic Rollout Bolsters SOA Strategy

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BEA Systems last week rolled out a slew of products under the aegis of its new Enterprise Liquid Assets vision as the company continues its effort to position itself as a serious force in service-oriented architectures.

CA to Fortify Unicenter with Concord Network Tools

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Computer Associates officials say the next release of Unicenter, due in the fall, will include network management technology acquired in the $337 million buyout of Concord Communications.

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