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Dell expands 64-bit offering with four-way Itanium

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Jun 08, 20042 mins
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Dell expands 64-bit offering with four-way Itanium, 06/07/04

Dell is expanding its 64-bit server line with a new, four processor Itanium 2 server aimed at high performance workloads such as databases, engineering clusters and heavy duty ERP applications.

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Q&A: Sun CTO talks interconnects, 06/07/04

On the eve of Sun’s quarterly product announcements last week, Network World Senior Editor Deni Connor spoke with Balint Fleisher, CTO for Sun’s storage division about the company’s future direction for a number …

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IBM enhances data integration package, 06/07/04

Code-named Masala, the forthcoming release of IBM’s DB2 Information Integrator software aims to make it easier for companies to search multiple data sources and be alerted to key business events.

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New Prescott Pentium 4 processors on tap from Intel, 06/04/04

Intel is planning to introduce over the coming months eight new Pentium 4 processors utilizing a new packaging technique, including its first workstation processors with 64-bit extensions technology, …

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Computex: Texas Instruments demos split-chassis PC design, 06/02/04

Texas Instruments has a solution to the problem of hot and noisy computers: split them into two parts and move the hottest and loudest components off the desktop and away from the user.

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Sun to open-source Solaris, 06/02/04

After months of hinting about its intentions, Sun on Wednesday confirmed that it intends to release source code from its Solaris operating system under an open-source license.

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Computex: China to crack supercomputer top 10 list, 06/02/04

A Chinese computer is expected to take a spot on the list of the world’s ten most powerful supercomputers for the first time later this month when the rankings are officially updated, according …

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