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  • LinuxWorld Summit: Execs quell Linux doubters

    Three executives from well known companies openly admitted this week that they love Linux in their mission-critical operations. 

  • NewEnergy cools off with dual-core Sun boxes

    A data center crisis sparked consulting firm NewEnergy to reconsider its IT infrastructure. It turned to Sun and its line of boxes powered by AMD's new dual-core Opteron processor. 

  • Telecoms call on IBM blades for ailing infrastructures

    In its ongoing effort to serve vertical markets, IBM is leveraging the flexibility of the blade server with that of a unit that's specifically fitted for the telecommunication industry. 

  • Omaha bank picks IBM, Linux to replace Sun, Wintel

    First National Bank of Omaha expects to save $80 million with a project to replace a Sun and Wintel distributed server infrastructure with an IBM-based mainframe and blade-server architecture based on Linux. 

  • Cutting out Windows and fat clients, part 2

    The IT staff at CT NeuroCare was able to cut costs and increase productivity by switching to a thin client and open computing model. This is their story. 

  • Blades cool hot, crowded data center

    Tier 1 suppliers aren't the only ones that can come up with highly efficient Linux clusters. Just ask the managment team at Silicon Valley's Magma Design Automation. 

  • BladeRunner hunts the competition

    A new player arrived on the Linux blade server horizon this week as Linux-exclusive vendor Penguin Computing launched BladeRunner. More cluster than android, this server hopes to compete with the likes of Dell for a share of a booming Linux blade ser... 

  • IBM center gives partners a Linux playground

    The expansion of IBM Virtualization Innovation Center for Hardware includes a distinct Linux essence, allowing Big Blue's business partners to test the open source operating system on powerful technology like the Power5 in a virtual environment. 

  • Configuration key in IBM's Linux server pricing claims

    In an attempt to go for Sun's and Hewlett-Packard's x86 jugulars, IBM says its new OpenPower 720 Linux server is priced and performs better. But one skeptical analyst said what you see really all depends on what color glasses you're wearing. 

  • Novell increases Linux edge on Dell servers

    As part of a move targeting Unix and first-time Linux users, Dell and Novell are expanding their preexisting partnership so customers will now have the option of purchasing PowerEdge servers with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9.