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Volume 1, Number 27 -- August 3, 2004


 
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Unisys Finally Does Linux as Well as Windows
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

If the universe ran smoothly, Unisys, which was the early proponent of Microsoft's Datacenter Edition of Windows 2000, would not need to think about supporting Linux. Companies sick of paying high prices for RISC/Unix servers would simply port their applications to Windows and run them on a Unisys ES7000 mainframe. But the universe doesn't run smoothly, and because many Unix shops prefer Linux over Windows, Unisys needs to support--really support--Linux. Starting this week, it does. READ MORE >

 

Sun Considers Buying Novell--and a Lot of Other Companies
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

The nearly $8 billion in cash that Sun Microsystems has in the bank is burning a hole in its pocket, and according to the spokespeople at Sun, the sky may not be the limit but Sun is considering all of its options. The Sun PR team was deflecting an onslaught of inquiries after Jonathan Schwartz, Sun's president and chief operating officer, said that Sun was considering acquisitions in general and had considered acquiring Novell, which only last year bought itself into the Linux market. READ MORE >


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Intel Launches 64-Bit Xeons For Servers
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

While Intel probably could have launched the server variants of its 64-bit "Nocona" Xeon DP processors a month ago when the chips and their related chipsets were made available for workstations, the company decided to hold off, most likely to give server makers time to qualify the chip for their designs and to give Intel something to say at the LinuxWorld show this week in San Francisco. READ MORE >

 

HP, IBM Roll Out Nocona Servers
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

With the launch of the "Nocona" Xeon DP processors from Intel this week, the major server makers are trying to make the best of an increasingly difficult job of differentiating the products that are based on X86 processors from each other and from their own Unix or proprietary lines. Hewlett-Packard, the volume leader in the Intel space, and IBM, which is moving aggressively in blades and high-end machines, both refreshed their server lines this week.. READ MORE >

 
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  But Wait, There's More

Novell Set to Launch SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 at LinuxWorld . . . Creator of Openexchange Server Takes It Open Source . . . Red Flag Uses Intel Compilers for Its Linux . . . Xandros to Create a Linux Server Variant . . . U.S. Army to Build Monster Linux Super . . . IBM Buys Cyanea for Systems Management Wares . . . SCO Loses Ground in AutoZone, DaimlerChrysler Suits . . . READ MORE >




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We value your feedback and insights. Feel free to send a letter to the editor. Letters may be printed, unless otherwise specified, and edited for clarity or length. READ MORE >


Editor: Timothy Prickett Morgan
Managing Editor: Shannon Pastore
Contributing Editors: Dan Burger, Joe Hertvik, Kevin Vandever,
Shannon O'Donnell, Victor Rozek, Hesh Wiener, Alex Woodie
Publisher and Advertising Director: Jenny Thomas
Advertising Sales Representative: Kim Reed
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THIS ISSUE
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Acucorp
Guild Companies
Open Systems
ShaoLin Microsystems
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BACK ISSUES

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Unisys Finally Does Linux as Well as Windows

Sun Considers Buying Novell--and a Lot of Other Companies

Intel Launches 64-Bit Xeons For Servers

HP, IBM Roll Out Nocona Servers

But Wait, There's More




The Four Hundred
There's a New iSeries General Manager in Town

Sun Solaris on the eServer i5?

Migration Time: Emulator Vendors Square Off

The Windows Observer
Does Dividend Spell the End of Innovation for Microsoft?

Microsoft Reports Strong Fiscal 2004 Results

SQL Server 2005 Beta Released, Support for AMD Opteron Added

The Unix Guardian
Schwartz Says Solaris Is Possible for Itanium, Power

Sun Debuts Opteron Servers and Workstations

CIOs Sure About Cost Cutting, Unsure of Future




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