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Windows & Linux Edition
Volume 2, Number 25 -- June 25, 2003
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Bill's, Andy's, and Linus' Enterprise Adventure, Every Week
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Intel Sells a Million Enterprise Chipsets, Reveals Roadmaps
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Intel, which has been more or less driven out of the server chipset business by the ServerWorks unit of communication chipmaker Broadcom, has been fighting to get back into that business. To that end, Intel launched the E7X00 family of chipsets with the "Prestonia" Pentium 4 Xeon DP processors in early 2002; this chipset supported a 400 MHz front side bus. The E7500 is used to make two-way servers based on the Xeon DP chip. READ MORE >

Intel Readies HPC Variant of Madison Itanium 2
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Intel will this week announce a special version of its forthcoming "Madison" 64-bit Itanium 2 processor aimed at the special needs of the high-performance-computing market, according to Rick Herrmann, manager of Intel's HPC segment. The company has had a taste of success in the HPC market in recent months, as attested to in the most recent ranking of the Top 500 supercomputer sites (see separate story). But now Intel wants an even larger slice of the HPC server pie. READ MORE >

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IBM Shows Off AMD-Based eServer at ClusterWorld
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

IBM is giving future customers in the high performance computing market a sneak peak at the future eServer machine that it will launch before the end of the year using Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit "Hammer" Opteron processors. The machine is being shown at the ClusterWorld conference in San Jose this week. READ MORE >

Lintel Iron Makes Headway in the Top 500 Super Rankings
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

The bi-annual rankings of the Top 500 supercomputer sites were released today, and show that clusters of servers using 32-bit Pentium processors from Intel have made great strides in climbing the high performance computing charts. This time last year, there were only three Intel-based machines in the Top 500 listing, and one of them was the ASCI Red parallel supercomputer that dominated the ranking for so long a few years ago. READ MORE >

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Vision Solutions Adds New Features, Performance to Replication Software
by Dan Burger

Many businesses are faced with the challenge of accessing data from multiple databases and operating systems and integrating that data in order to make the best use of information throughout their organization. Vision Solutions, one of the prominent managed availability vendors in the midrange, announced last week that its data replication product, Symbiator 4.1, was immediately available and is offering new enhancements. It replaces Symbiator 4.0, which was introduced in April 2002. READ MORE >

Lessons for Long-Timers in IT and Life
by Doug Mewmaw

I recently celebrated my 15th anniversary at my company. A mentor of mine celebrated his 26th on the same day. On each anniversary, I always feel like the younger brother of the local football star. People come over and congratulate me, then turn to my peer, incredulously, once they learn of his years of service. We are both long-timers. But a long-timer really could be anyone who has been with their company for eight years or more. If you are a long-timer, listen up. Take some lessons from me. READ MORE >



Reader Feedback and Insights

We value your feedback and insights on the Windows and Linux server markets. Feel free to send a letter to the editor. We will consider your letter a candidate for the reader feedback column for this newsletter, but we will contact you before we publish your e-mail. READ MORE >


Editor: Timothy Prickett Morgan
Managing Editor: Shannon Pastore
Contributing Editors: Dan Burger, Joe Hertvik, Shannon O'Donnell,
Victor Rozek, Hesh Wiener, Alex Woodie
Publisher and Advertising Director: Jenny Thomas
Advertising Sales Representative: Kim Reed
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Intel Sells a Million Enterprise Chipsets, Reveals Roadmaps

Intel Readies HPC Variant of Madison Itanium 2

IBM Shows Off AMD-Based eServer at ClusterWorld

Lintel Iron Makes Headway in the Top 500 Super Rankings

Vision Solutions Adds New Features, Performance to Replication Software

Lessons for Long-Timers in IT and Life







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