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Timothy Prickett Morgan

Oracle Lifts The Veil On Big Memory Sparc M6-32 System

September 22nd, 2013 (23)
The word on the street ahead of the Oracle OpenWorld extravaganza, which opened on Sunday evening in San Francisco, was that CEO Larry Ellison would take the stage and talk about the company's biggest and baddest server to date ...

IBM Pushing for Java Accelerated on GPUs

September 22nd, 2013 (3)
If you have been waiting for the Java community to get that popular enterprise programming language accelerated on GPU coprocessors, you are in good company. John Duimovich, a distinguished engineer at IBM and its Java CTO, is right there ...

Editor’s Welcome to EnterpriseTech

September 22nd, 2013 (0)
It is with great excitement that I introduce you to EnterpriseTech, a new publication that is set to tackle the host of issues large-scale enterprise technology users and decision-makers face during these times of economic and technical change. In ...

New Intel Xeon E5s: 50 Percent More Work For About The Same Dough

September 20th, 2013 (15)
Just a few weeks ahead of the launch of EnterpriseTech, chip maker Intel rolled out its "Ivy Bridge" Xeon E5-2600 v2 processors. These chips are used in the two-socket machinery that dominates the server business these days, and provide ...

OpenZFS Project To Coordinate Open Source Development

September 20th, 2013 (0)
The Zettabyte File System, or ZFS for short, developed by the former Sun Microsystems and initially delivered in 2005 with the Solaris 10 version of Unix is arguably one of the best innovations to come out of that company, ...

Improving Economy, Cloud, And Big Data Lift TIBCO

September 20th, 2013 (0)
TIBCO Software, which has evolved from providing messaging platforms to a slew of event-driven middleware to power social media and big data applications, is bracing for more growth as the economy is improving and customers realize they need its ...

First Derivatives To Launch Tick As A Service On NYSE Cloud

September 20th, 2013 (1)
NYSE Technologies, the development arm of NYSE Euronext exchanges, is launching its first third-party software as a service (SaaS) application to run on its VMware-based cloud. First Derivatives, which sells a number of applications for managing market and reference ...

Dell Shows Off Avoton Atoms In Cold Storage Array

September 19th, 2013 (0)
Intel launched its first respectable server-class Atom processor, the "Avoton" Atom C2000, three weeks ago, and one of the interesting new uses for the eight-core chip is not in servers, but rather in dense storage arrays for hosting infrequently ...

Facebook Pushes Future of Efficient Datacenters and Apps

September 19th, 2013 (1)
When the data center is literally the engine for your business, as it is with Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Amazon, and a slew of hyperscale data center operators, you have to do everything you can to try to make the ...

Stackdriver Cloud Monitor Ready To Babysit Amazon Clouds

September 19th, 2013 (0)
Stackdriver, a startup founded last year to bring a unified monitoring tool for the public clouds run by Amazon Web Services and Rackspace Hosting, has taken its service live after several months of beta testing with over 400 companies. ...
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