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AMD: Sun is on track with Barcelona transition

Sun Microsystems and Advanced Micro Devices engineers are on track with the two companies' server transition to the Barcelona chip, AMD's quad-core Opteron processor, says Phil Hughes, a spokesman for AMD. Hughes adds that it too early to see what impact Sun's choice of Intel for some servers will have on the company.

January 22, 2007 by


Sun and Intel scratch each other's backs

As expected, Sun and Intel announced an mutually beneficial alliance to promote each other's products. For Sun, Intel embraces Solaris with engineering, support, OEM distribution and marketing, and for Intel, Sun will add Xeon (Woodcrest, Clovertown, etc)-based systems to its x86 product line, currently AMD only.

January 22, 2007 by Dan Farber

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The social networking run is over, kaput, done, finished

Is it any coincidence that IBM announced new social networking software and Getafirstlife, a Second Life parody, debuted within a few hours of each other? Of course not, IBM getting into social networking is the equivalent of the cab driver touting stocks and the dunce down the street trying to flip real estate.

January 22, 2007 by

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SuccessFactors adds Web 2.0 to talent management

As Dion Hinchcliffe recently explained on his ZDNet blog, enterprise mashups are getting ready for prime-time. He points to new tools, such as IBM's new wiki platform, as an example of the transition of mashups from Web hackerdom to corporate respectability.

January 21, 2007 by Dan Farber