Servers


  • Team Foundation Server On Track
    Microsoft’s highly anticipated Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server is due this month, finally giving partners and customers access to the last component of the Visual Studio 2005 Team System development platform that shipped in November.
  • Technology Gems Shine At Intel Developer Forum
    The four days of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco saw some technology gems strewn in among the many high-profile platform announcements. Among Intel’s expected preview of its new Core Microarchitecture were tidbits that promise significant enhancements to systems showing up next year.
  • System Center Bundle On Tap
    As it gets set to detail its next round of System Center products for 2006, Microsoft will launch a new licensing offering called System Center Standard Server Management License (SML) and entry-level Microsoft Operations Management (MOM) 2005 License, sources said.
  • ShadowRAM: March 13, 2006
    Everyone can relax now that Microsoft’s much-panted-for Origami announcement has been made. Just goes to show that anticipation is 90 percent of reality because this thing looks less like Apple’s iPod than its decade-old Newton. And we all know what a raging success that was.
  • IBM Cuts xSeries Prices
    IBM is adding more Express offerings to its xSeries server line, including AMD-based servers, and cutting server prices on select models up to 6 percent.
  • Inside Intel's Core Architecture: What Makes It Better?
    The Core architecture is one of Intel's most important technology developments in years and may determine the chip giant's success for the rest of the decade and beyond. Here's a closer look at the improvements it brings.
  • 3Com Launches Managed Services
    3Com’s TippingPoint security division this week is launching its first managed intrusion-prevention services, which will be available via its top-level channel partners.
  • HP Unveils Attach Rate Outline
    Hewlett-Packard last week unveiled an aggressive second-quarter attach-rate rebate incentive and said it is looking to launch a more formalized attach program for partners later this year.
  • Dual-Edged Sword
    With this week's Intel Developer Forum and next week's Intel Solutions Summit, the time is ripe for company executives to lay out their strategy to beat back incursions from rival AMD.
  • IBM Ups Server Ante
    In just the first six weeks of this year, IBM has refreshed its entire server line, from "i to z." New offerings in the vendor's four key computing platforms--from x86-based blades to mainframes--start hitting the channel this month.
  • Google Switches From Intel To AMD
    Search engine giant Google reportedly is switching its internal servers from microprocessors made by Intel to chips from rival Advanced Micro Devices.
  • State of Technology: Evolving the Data Center
    For years, Tim Hebert, COO of Atrion Networking, has been keeping a close eye on data-center developments from both IT vendors and customers. And after a long drought in spending, he likes what he's seeing now.
  • State of Technology: Evolving the Data Center
    For years, Tim Hebert, COO of Atrion Networking, has been keeping a close eye on data-center developments from both IT vendors and customers. And after a long drought in spending, he likes what he's seeing now.

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