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Volume 3, Number 30 -- August 15, 2006
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HP Gives Debian Linux Equal Billing to Red Hat and SUSE
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

The semi-annual LinuxWorld trade show got underway yesterday, this time in San Francisco, and PC and server maker Hewlett-Packard is using the event to formally launch its full support of the Debian variant of Linux on its ProLiant tower and rack servers as well as on its BladeSystem blade servers. HP also launched a thin client, the t5725, which uses Debian and gives buyers the ability to add programs to it and create what amounts to a desktop appliance. READ MORE >

AMD Unveils Rev F Opterons, Prepares for Quad Cores in Mid-2007
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

The much-awaited and overdue "Santa Rosa" Rev F edition of the Opteron processors are being launched by Advanced Micro Devices today, and the company is clearly hoping to demonstrate to server makers and server buyers that the Opteron has plenty of technical and economic leverage against a revitalized server chip lineup from rival Intel. While AMD is launching the Rev F chips today, it is doing so somewhat quietly and in a manner that is reminiscent of the launch of the "Montecito" dual-core Itanium chip by Intel. READ MORE >


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Movidis Launches Multicore MIPS-Debian Server
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

The race to provide powerful--but not power-consuming--servers just got a new entry. Movidis, a relatively unknown startup from Santa Barbara, California, that was formed five years ago to provide streaming servers for video on demand (VOD) has created a new design based on a multicore MIPS processor and the Debian variant of Linux, which is an enthusiastic supporter of the MIPS chip. READ MORE >


SteelEye Provides Clustering for Linux Partitions, WAN Replication
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

SteelEye Technology, the maker of high availability clustering software for Linux platforms that expanded into the Windows market to broaden its appeal, is now moving into a new area: virtual machine clustering. With virtual machine technology proliferating and being installed by corporations large and small, clustering software needs to be extended to work with virtual as well as physical machines. READ MORE >



 

 

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But Wait, There's More:

Freespire Linux Project Opens Up a Month Early . . . Sun Adds Two Entry Servers to the Galaxy Lineup . . . Yankee Cases the Platform Vendors in the SMB Space . . . Brocade to Buy McDATA for $713 Million . . . Sun Launches Kickers to StorageTek Disk Arrays . . . The PC at 25: If I Had a Time Machine, I Would Make One Small Change . . .


 

 

Reader Feedback and Insights

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Editor: Timothy Prickett Morgan
Contributing Editors: Dan Burger, Joe Hertvik, Kevin Vandever,
Shannon O'Donnell, Victor Rozek, Hesh Wiener, Alex Woodie
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
HP Gives Debian Linux Equal Billing to Red Hat and SUSE

AMD Unveils Rev F Opterons, Prepares for Quad Cores in Mid-2007

Movidis Launches Multicore MIPS-Debian Server

SteelEye Provides Clustering for Linux Partitions, WAN Replication

But Wait, There's More:


Freespire Linux Project Opens Up a Month Early . . . Sun Adds Two Entry Servers to the Galaxy Lineup . . . Yankee Cases the Platform Vendors in the SMB Space . . . Brocade to Buy McDATA for $713 Million . . . Sun Launches Kickers to StorageTek Disk Arrays . . . The PC at 25: If I Had a Time Machine, I Would Make One Small Change . . .


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