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Notes/Domino users get peek at future from IBM

Opinion
Apr 06, 20062 mins
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Latest IBM news.

Notes/Domino users get peek at future from IBM, 04/04/06

IBM Monday gave a glimpse of the future to Notes/Domino users with the release of WebSphere Portal 6.0 and its support of next-generation Web technologies for building and assembling application components.

IBM and Rapport unveil energy efficient processor, 04/04/06

IBM and a small Silicon Valley start-up Monday said they have developed a new, energy-efficient microprocessor aimed at users who want streaming live, high definition video on mobile devices.

Virtualization to be a key focus at LinuxWorld conference, 04/03/06

Open source efforts to make it easier for companies to virtualize data center resources, whether they are Linux- or Windows-based, will be on full display this week at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston.

IBM execs, customers talk SOA, 04/03/06

IBM this week announced a slew of new software and services aimed at helping companies migrate their legacy infrastructure to a service-oriented architecture. The vendor’s SOA blitz includes 11 new products, 20 product upgrades and eight new service …

Zend ports PHP tools to IBM iSeries servers, 04/03/06

Zend Technologies Monday announced it is porting its PHP development tools to IBM’s iSeries servers for small and midsized business customers, bringing the popular scripting language to a new platform.

Serial Attached SCSI switch holds promise for SMBs, 04/03/06

A new switching technology, Serial Attached SCSI, is catching the attention of server vendors and industry experts for its ability to network more storage devices than SCSI and preserve user investments in direct-attached disk drives.

Early adopters laud multicore servers, 04/03/06

Dual-core processors are the first wave in an industry move toward multicore chip designs as a way to get around heat and power issues associated with faster running processors. Rather than pumping up clock speed, these chips squeeze multiple …