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May 17, 20032 mins

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IBM brings clustering to BladeCenter, 05/21/03

IBM Wednesday announced a new plan that it says will take the guesswork out of building Linux clusters.

Lotus eyes untapped markets with new messaging system,


IBM’s Lotus software unit Tuesday was set to release a new, entry-level corporate e-mail software package …

Linux users deflect SCO’s threats, 05/19/03

Users were unfazed by the latest round of saber rattling in SCO Group’s intellectual property war.

IBM to ship DB2 integration software next week, 05/15/03

IBM will announce general availability next week of DB2 Information Integrator, software intended to help businesses pull …

SCO drops Linux, warns Linux users, 05/15/03

The SCO Group Wednesday announced it was abandoning its Linux business and warned commercial Linux users they may be …

Hitachi debuts fast, power-saving notebook drive, 05/14/03

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, the company formed when Japan’s Hitachi Ltd. bought IBM’s hard disk drive business, …

IBM CEO: On-demand strategy paying off, 05/14/03

Six months after IBM adopted its “on demand” mantra, CEO Sam Palmisano proclaimed himself pleased with the progress being …

IBM grabs Think Dynamics, 05/14/03

IBM Wednesday announced it had closed a deal to acquire Think Dynamics, a Toronto-based maker of automated server …

T-Rex has bite, 05/16/03

IBM rolled out a mainframe last week that breaks the 16-processor barrier.

IBM-Akamai deal sheds new light on Web hosting business, 05/14/03

A recently announced partnership between Akamai and IBM may help enterprises to outsource some Web functions …