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  • Quick Takes: Mandrakelinux supports AMD64

    Mandrakelinux's latest distribution has added support for AMD's 64-bit platform, leading off this edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from Computer Associates, Topspin Communications and StarNet Communications. 

  • Thinning down the Linux desktop

    A Linux thin-client workstations, terminal-server combination is giving enterprises something to consider on the desktop. 

  • Solaris takes on Linux with Opteron

    Sun released a slew of new servers and software Monday that run on AMD's 64-bit compatible Opteron processors and pre-installed with Sun's Java Enterprise System software. 

  • Analyst firm urges caution on Sun's Linux strategy

    In a recent report, the Aberdeen Group compares Sun's and Hewlett-Packard's Linux strategies and cautions that Sun's bias toward Solaris and the perception it isn't serious about Linux could hamper its movement into the enterprise Linux space. 

  • Dell details new Linux-on-Itanium 2 server

    The new Itanium-2 based PowerEdge 3250, which supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux, is targeted at high-performance computing centers. 

  • Sun unveils low-end servers, alliances with Red Hat, Oracle

    Sun announced new low-end x86-based servers that run on both Solaris x86 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. 

  • AMD exec: Opteron makes enterprise Linux compelling

    Advanced Micro Devices stepped up the 64-bit computing race late last month when it introduced its Opteron processor, a 64-bit compatible 32-bit chip that AMD, analysts and users have touted a natural fit for Linux. Not only does Opteron present a ch... 

  • Quick Takes: More vendor wares available on AMD Opteron

    Computer Associates, MandrakeSoft and Microway announced various products available on the newly announced Opteron 64-bit processor from AMD. 

  • Enterprises using Linux may take liking to Opteron

    An Illuminata analyst said Linux shops, in particular those doing high-performance computing, could be among the early adopters of AMD's new 64-bit compatible Opteron processor.