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Volume 1, Number 11 -- May 5, 2004


 
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Microsoft Lifts Curtain Higher on Longhorn Server
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Microsoft is hosting its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference in Seattle this week, and the top brass of the company are talking up the future roadmap for Windows products, including the future "Longhorn" kicker to Windows Server 2003. While the details were a little thin, Microsoft did clear up a few things. Some of the features that many industry analysts feared might be ripped out of the Longhorn client and server releases are apparently going to make it after all. READ MORE >

 

HP Launches Dual Madison Processor Modules
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Hewlett-Packard said at an HP user conference in Europe today that it would begin shipping mx2 dual Itanium processor modules in its Integrity server line in June, with Superdome shipments in July. The mx2 units plug two 64-bit "Madison" Itanium processors, some L4 cache memory, and a baby chipset into a single package that plugs into a single Madison processor slot, doubling the processor count in an Integrity server and allowing it to improve the bang for the buck in its servers. READ MORE >


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Solaris X86 Pricing Attacks Windows
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

There has been a lot of change lately at Sun Microsystems, and it doesn't look like that will change anytime soon. Sun is trying to transform itself, which is a Herculean task akin to what rivals IBM and Hewlett-Packard have both suffered through. Sun is trying to become a more aggressive software player, and Solaris (perhaps the crown jewel of the company) has been undersold. But this has just changed. READ MORE >

 

Mad Dog 21/21: Flea Circuits
by Hesh Wiener

A couple years ago, when Midge and Madge were still with us, Professor A.G. Gertsacov played Times Square with them. Midge and Madge were trained fleas, whose efforts may have inspired the semiconductor industry's chip monks, people who usually feel quite differently about bugs. Intel, IBM, and their ilk have always itched to make their chips smaller, to be sure, but lately they are itching to grab headlines about their plans to, like fleas, jump ahead. READ MORE >

 
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  But Wait, There's More

Microsoft Puts Live Communications Server 2005 into Beta . . . Dell, SAP to Push Unix-to-Windows Migrations . . . PeopleSoft Reports 62% Increase in Software License Fees . . . Lawson CEO Says ERP Providers Out of Touch with Customers . . . Former Microsoft Hotshot Founds Linux Startup . . . April Sets New Record for Number of Security Alerts . . . 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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Geekcorps
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Microsoft Lifts Curtain Higher on Longhorn Server

HP Launches Dual Madison Processor Modules

Solaris X86 Pricing Attacks Windows

Mad Dog 21/21: Flea Circuits

But Wait, There's More







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