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Enterprises Embrace Converged Systems

The box counters at IDC are still working on a method to dice and slice how the market for converged systems is shaping up. Last year, as it was ...Full Article

Oracle Previews OpenStack-Solaris Hybrid

Software giant Oracle is not hesitant to leverage open source software when and if it suits the needs of its customers and its own income statement. The company has ...Full Article

Dell Preps Fluid Cache SAN Accelerator For June Launch

The Fluid Cache for SAN acceleration software that Dell has created to boost the performance of its Compellent storage area network arrays is closer to coming to market. Dell ...Full Article

Wall Street Wants Tech To Trade Smarter And Faster

The HPC Linux on Wall Street conference was held in New York City this week, and a lot of the talk at the event was on high frequency trading ...Full Article

Oracle Unfolds Sparc Roadmap, Fujitsu Boosts Sparc64 X Clocks

With Intel having refreshed its Xeon E5 and E7 chips recently and IBM getting ready to debut its Power8 chips at the end of the month, Sparc partners Oracle ...Full Article

Fusion-io Tweaks Flash To Speed Up MySQL Databases

Server flash memory maker Fusion-io has tuned up its ioMemory PCI-Express flash cards with two new features that will significantly speed up the performance of MySQL databases. The new ...Full Article

Oracle System Sales Rebound, Underpin Future Cloud

Four years ago, software giant Oracle bought Sun Microsystems and got into the systems business. Sun's business was in decline, and kept falling at a steep and steady rate ...Full Article

Shared Memory Clusters Accelerate Databases

In-memory databases are going mainstream to accelerate analytics, and if the success of SAP's HANA in-memory database is any guide, then it looks like companies will be looking at ...Full Article

Stacking Up Xeon E7 v2 Chips Against The Competition

Since Intel entered the server market formally in 1993, it has used its prowess in manufacturing and its ever-expanding sophistication in chip design to knock countless competitive chips out ...Full Article

The Math On Big NUMA Versus Clusters

Even if you are not thinking of buying a big Sparc/Solaris server, some new math by Oracle might get you to thinking about shared memory machines as opposed to ...Full Article
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